Sutapa Mukund was one of the first two recipients from New Zealand to receive the FDAT teacher award in 2014.
ANNE HUME and CATHY BUNTTING investigate the use of Content Representation (CoRe) design and the Science Learning Hub (SLH) to develop pre-service primary teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) in science.
Biology teacher SARAH JOHNS travelled to Antarctica as part of an Endeavour Teacher Fellowship with marine scientist DR JONATHAN BANKS.
SARAH BOASMAN and ANNETTE LASHAM share their experience of an Endeavour Teacher Fellowship.
An opportunity to learn more about artisan cheesemaking has led to grate things for Nicki Harding.
Twitter has real benefits for science educators, writes RACHEL CHISNALL.
The Royal Society is offering fellowships to primary teachers to help them boost their school’s science curriculum.
We need to help students become critical thinkers by giving them insight into the effort and diligence that goes into science research, writes ANDREA HENSON.