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Lesson ideas from LEGO Masters

Ben Newsome

You would be hard-pressed to find someone who has not grown up using LEGO bricks at some point in their lives and as such the TV show's audience ballooned on the back of this nostalgia, drawing in new enthusiasts of all ages. With this in mind, teachers can use the...

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Ideation & design thinking in STEM

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Got a challenge you need to be solved? Having difficulty coming up with new ideas to solve it? Applying design thinking and ideation principles in a group think environment just might be the answer! 

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Helping students structure scientific reports

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Scientific report writing is an essential part of science in the classroom. We look at ways students of different ages can structure meaningful lab reports.

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Pi Day lessons & activity ideas

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Pi Day is a celebration all about Pi! Here are some activities & lesson ideas for celebrating mathematics special day.

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Episode: 70

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Podcast: Gamification in the classroom

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Learn about the positive impact gamification has had on everyday classroom experiences as well find out tips & tricks to get started!

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Cisco Webex Teams is live for Victorian DET Schools

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Virtual excursions, lessons and collaborative learning opportunities available for P - 12 Victorian State Schools using Cisco Webex Teams.

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Episode: 68

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Podcast: Dr Karl Kruszelnicki on continuous learning

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Incredibly well known across Australia, Dr Karl Kruszelnicki has been instrumental in helping science be accessible to people. From his many, many popular science books to his nearly 3 decades in public radio and now podcasting, Dr Karl continues to inspire people young and old about the world around us....

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Episode: 67

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Podcast: EarthEcho with Jaclyn Gerakios

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Get inspired as we chat with Jaclyn Gerakios, Expeditions Manager for EarthEcho International which a global leader in marine science education for schools and beyond. We chat about the recent expedition held in Victoria as well as how EarthEcho International works with students across the globe to help create a...

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School science competitions

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There are so many school science competitions to get involved in. Here is just a short selection of science competitions that give an opportunity for your students to shine!

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Episode: 65

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STEAM Up the Classroom with Tori Cameron

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Join Tori Cameron, host of the STEAM Up the Classroom Podcast, as she describes her journey in creating a STEAM lab at her school in Massachusetts, USA. We discuss the importance of low and high tech when it comes to maker spaces, how to source materials, ideas for engaging the...

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Episode: 64

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STEM Read with Gillian King-Cargile

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STEM can be found in fiction! Everyone loves a good story and our guest Gillian King-Cargile from STEM Read in Northern Illinois University uses narratives in novels, picture books, comics and more to highlight scientific concepts to readers of all ages and in doing so makes science literacy all the...

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Episode: 63

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Education & Tech with Craig Kemp

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Creating vibrant classrooms with meaningful technology applications is so important! Craig Kemp has tremendous energy when it comes to supporting teachers integrating educational technology across the world. Craig is a highly sought education speaker and his blog was recently named one of the world's top 12 education blogs by the...

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Episode: 62

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Adventure Learning with the Bookend Trust

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Ever wanted to go on an adventure? Well, Andrew Hughes from the Bookend Trust does this for a living and through Expedition Class he inspires student young and old to learn more about our environment & our heritage. From hiking the wilds of Tasmania to sea kayaking around Papua New...

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More useful science apps for the classroom!

Ben Newsome

Whether you're teaching early learners, primary-aged kids or high school students, there are plenty of science apps that can help support your classroom. Here's just some that have caught our eye this year!

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