Good systems with regular reporting and review of concerns, incidents, and minor injuries will go a long way to reducing the likelihood of a serious accident, writes STANZ president Terry Price.
The chemistry and biology teachers’ conferences were run in tandem this year. A Dunedin teacher reflects on what she learned.
The Science Engagement Survey is an online tool to help teachers find out how their students perceive their science learning in class.
Science and technology will be the stars of the show at Hutt City's STEMM Festival in early June.
NZQA is piloting online assessments for some standards, including one science standard.
Wellington secondary school science teachers are invited to a special evening at the Malaghan Institute.
In late March, a group of passionate science teachers met online to discuss their craft, write SONYA VAN SCHAIJIK and CATH BATTERSBY.
Teachers of junior science are encouraged to join a unique professional development session on April 17.