FizzicsEd podcast episodes | STEM education ideas from across the globe

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What to know when putting together science festivals

Ben Newsome

Vanessa Barratt is a highly experienced science teacher and who has also worked for a variety of sites such as the Australian Museum, London’s Natural History Museum, Taronga Zoo and more. Her 2017 role as a science communicator with Sydney’s Royal Botanic Garden saw her put on major science festivals...

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Embedding language, culture and risk taking into science lessons

Ben Newsome

Maddie and Louka from the Education Changemakers drop by to chat about their work in supporting teacher-led innovation that is creating stunning learning communities across the globe. We talk about the importance of threading culture and history into science lessons as well as why it’s ok to make mistake, make...

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The importance of scientific literacy & student-led project-based learning

Ben Newsome

Meet Isabelle Kingsley, a former science teacher who in 2017 headed up the Sydney Science Festival as well as adult programming at the Museum of Applied Arts Museum in Sydney. In this episode, we talk about the importance of scientific literacy and value of allowing students to explore their learning...

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Why establishing science clubs for preschoolers works

Ben Newsome

Adam Selinger from the Children’s Discovery Museum in Wollongong discusses why establishing science clubs in libraries for children under 5 years old through the Little Bang Discovery Club has been such a success. We also chat about the importance of allowing kids to guide their own learning and experience failures...

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