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Podcast: Andy Thomas Space Foundation with Darcey Watson

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Learn more about the Andy Thomas Space Foundation and it's impact in space education as we chat with Executive Officer Darcey Watson.

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Australian Virtual Astronaut (AVA) challenge goes global

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With Australian schools in lockdown during the 2021 winter, students in NSW spent the majority of the season completing their schooling via home learning. With these issues on their mind, a group of STEM education experts and design thinking leaders put their heads together and developed the Australian Virtual Astronaut...

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5 Inspiring STEM Books for Girls

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Check out these five inspiring STEM books for girls. From Hidden Figures to The Shadow Cipher, these books ignite their imagination.

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5 ways in which VR is making education more immersive than ever before

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It is incredible how virtual reality is enabling the reimagination and reinvention of concepts in various spheres of life! We look at 5 ways VR is helping shape education.

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Combining STEM Concepts and Mindfulness

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Mindfulness is being embraced by a growing number of schools, often to handle personal wellness and discipline challenges. But it can also be a valuable component of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) lessons. Lets look into this further.

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Podcast: Using games to teach science – Part 1 with Richard Durham

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Physical games offer an incredible opportunity for people to explore & learn concepts. This can be applied in STEM education! We chat with Richard Durham, a passionate advocate for game design and the Curriculum Development Manager for the Faculty of Creative Arts and Industries at the University of Auckland. This...

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Five reasons why encouraging growth mindsets is a successful classroom strategy

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Creating a growth mindset in students sets them up now and into their future. We dive into 5 reasons why this is a successful classroom strategy.

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Teaching Computational Thinking

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Simply put, computational thinking is problem-solving in its purest form! We look at 4 steps for teaching computational thinking.

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B1G1 Project – Furnish a Science Lab

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Not all students have access to scientific materials! As a business that works to spark interest in science for students around Australia & beyond, we're proud to be a B1G1 project partner in furnishing science labs for rural and tribal schools around the Bombay district. Find out more here.

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50 Food Science Teaching Ideas

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You can incorporate science inquiry into everyday activities and as such there are plenty of project ideas you can use to help bring food science into the classroom! So with this in mind, here’s a list of ideas that you can give your students.

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Introducing AI to school students

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The field of artificial intelligence has given us robots that can beat the world’s greatest Go champions, programmatic assistants like Apple’s Siri and Amazon’s Alexa, and infographics that tell us which celeb looks most like our dog. The challenge for educators is to consider how might we best prepare students...

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Clubhouse guide for educators

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Clubhouse certainly has grabbed a lot of interest over the past year! As a drop-in audio chat app, it opens up the opportunity for educators from around the world to learn from each other. So, with this in mind, let's dive into what it's all about!

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Unleashing the power of fostering curiosity in the classroom

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When a teacher is able to capture students’ curiosity, they are able to accomplish a large part of their teaching goals. In fact, it is interesting to note how curiosity adds multiple dimensions to learning! Lets explore this in detail...

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Teaching About Water: Classroom strategies for a better approach

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With the advent of smartphones and myriads of apps, it’s tougher than ever to divert a child’s attention to school, regardless of the subject. Ironically, the topic of water is more important than ever given the rise of polluted sources. However, there are ways for patient teachers to make their...

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