To get kids exploring something dear to the hearts of New Zealanders - the fibre on the backs of those four-legged Kiwis that outnumber their human counterparts - Year 7 and 8 teachers can access Wool in Schools[http://woolinschools.nz/], a comprehensive source of information about wool.
Looking for a way to introduce your class to some seriously big ideas? YouTube channel Kurzgesagt[https://www.youtube.com/user/Kurzgesagt] might be a great place to start.
Teacher input is needed in the development of Ministry of Primary Industries learning resources.
Last week, the Royal Society hosted the Science Providers Mini Expo, designed to get organisations providing for science education - both commercial and otherwise - and science teachers interacting.
New earthquake forecasting methods could help us prepare for the next big one, two Victoria University of Wellington academics say.
Primary school students have been included in the Eureka! programme for the first time.
An archaeologist studying musical horns from Iron Age Ireland has found that musical traditions thought to be long dead are alive and well in south India.
Open Education resource creators from around New Zealand are encouraging learning that’s not limited by geography.