This 1-day workshop is intended for Science Middle Leaders, Teachers in charge of Science subjects (including L1 Science) and those aspiring to be. The key focus is to identify and share curriculum, learning and assessment practices that will improve students’ retention, engagement and achievement. Much, but not all, of this workshop will centre on those students at risk of not achieving NCEA level 2 in 2017.
*The CREST scheme inspires young scientists to do meaningful work.*
The award recognises a sustained contribution to science education in New Zealand.
Seaweek 2016 is offering three competitions to inspire students to get involved.
Ordinary shipping containers are to be transformed into extraordinary teaching laboratories. They're free of charge and just waiting to come to your school, writes PETRA DEARDEN.
The New Zealand science teachers' conference will have a special focus on earth and space science in 2016.
The Punnett square is a firmly established tool used in explaining dihybrid crosses. So firmly established, that we don’t seem to ask whether it could be improved, writes MARTIN HANSON.
The result of a significant research project, a new book highlights strategies for supporting priority learners.