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.
A collaboration between researchers and primary teachers strengthened a school’s science education programme, writes ANNE HUME.
The Mind Lab expands its offerings with an open day and a new tertiary qualification.
What opportunities for further learning do science teachers have?