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Science of the Sea

Ben Newsome

Just how deep is the ocean? What happens underwater as you dive deep and what adaptations do animals have to the marine environment? Join us as we walk the beach & run science experiments in the lab to investigate the pressure and light changes as we descend into the ocean...

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50 ideas to teach about flight & aviation

Ben Newsome

Teaching students about flight brings a huge variety of options! From engineering to biology, find lesson ideas to form a vibrant teaching sequence that kids will love!

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4 Ways To Introduce Toddlers To Tech And Science

Ben Newsome

The wonders of science and technology might seem like overly-complicated topics for little minds, but there are lots of creative ways you can approach introducing them. Today, even toddlers are able to pick up new technologies much faster than we ever could, and while there is an important discussion to...

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Photography in the science classroom

Danny Lam

Recently there has been a massive push for more technological literacy among our students, and given the global trend towards digital workspaces, this is not surprising. However photography is an aspect of digital literacy that can also be looked at too! Photography is an option to also incorporate mathematics outcomes,...

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Fizzics Education wins 5th CILC Pinnacle Award

Ben Newsome

The CILC Pinnacle Award 2020 acknowledges provides rated >95% on teacher evaluations. We're very proud to be included amongst these leading providers!

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Ideas for teaching STEM in preschool

Ben Newsome

Teaching STEM for preschoolers is highly rewarding for both educators and kids alike! We explore the essential elements of a preschool STEM lesson

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Making mathematics real for kids

Ben Newsome

Making mathematics real for kids is so important! From engineering challenges through to highlighting maths in careers, connecting maths to real-life makes a real difference.

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50 Ideas for Genius Hour

Ben Newsome

We love genius hour! Embedding genius hour into your weekly class schedule can be highly rewarding. Why not use these 50 genius hour ideas as a way to for kickstart student-led projects in all manner of fields.

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How to apply collaborative technologies to any organisation

Ben Newsome

Collaborative technologies makes all the difference in team communications, regardless of the organisation or industry you're involved in! We look at the questions you need to ask when considering how to effectively communicate within your organisation and beyond.

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50 questions kids can investigate about the environment

Ben Newsome

Why not pose these questions for your kids to investigate as part of their science projects. The results would make great student posters, student podcasts, student blogs or student reports! A great start to teach kids about the environment.

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Inspiring Australia Training: Virtual Excursions

Ben Newsome

Fizzics Education has partnered with Inspiring Australia & Virtual Excursions Australia to help organisations deliver engaging online STEM events. The developed courses are free to all those who deliver science engagement programs as part of Inspiring Australia’s national network, delivered in partnership with State Governments!

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STEM Mini-builds; emulating collaboration outside of school

Ben Newsome

Traditionally we often have seen school STEM challenges as something that is usually done within a classroom or across a grade. Consider taking your STEM challenges to the next level by challenging them to work together on a shared STEM project where they can't be in the same room!

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Global distance learning opportunities

Ben Newsome

Global distance education opportunities abound! Meet our colleagues from around the world who for many years have run distance education programs. Award-winning, engaging and highly experienced distance educators from multiple key learning areas.

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What does authentic virtual learning look like?

Ben Newsome

'How can you engage my remote learners?'. Fair question! Authentic virtual learning is achieved by ensuring that participants are actively involved. In this article we explore how to identify if your virtual class is truly engaging.

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