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Podcast: Girls Day Out in STEM with Petriea Skitek

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Find out more about Girls Day Out in STEM, an Australian program that empowers and inspires girls aged 10-14 years towards a career in STEM.

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Effective strategies to help students with learning difficulties

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We look at practical ways that you can help students with learning difficulties. There's always more than one way to approach learning!

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Podcast: Science teaching in isolated communities with Jacqueline Monteith

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We chat with Jacqueline Monteith who helps teachers & students across Manitoba with engaging in science, no matter how isolated they are.

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Five ways to help students get over their fear of mathematics

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Fear of mathematics is a real thing but you can also help students through this! We look at the causes & practical solutions for math anxiety.

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20 End of year science activities

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End of year science activities for kids! There's plenty of ways to you can engage kids as the year draws to close & these ideas are some of our favourites.

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Using the 5E model for science teaching

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The 5e model for science teaching is highly effective in helping students learn more about their world. It's all about supporting student enquiry and providing opportunities for students to dig deeper as they learn more about a topic. We look at the 5 steps you need to take!

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6 ways to teach maths in sports

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From statistical analysis of games and players to ball kick trajectories & lung volumes, there are so many opportunities to teach maths using sport. There are a variety of situations where working mathematically is needed in sport; percentages, velocity, acceleration, measurement skills, volumes, graphs, tables and more!

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Podcast: TI Codes Contest

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Learn more about the TI Codes Contest, where students can design a product that automates or optimises a process or product related to food, then use coding and TI technology to build a model of the solution. We chat with Peter Balyta, President of TI Education Technology to find out more!

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Science of the Sea

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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

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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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50 Ideas for Genius Hour

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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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Podcast: Teaching archaeological science at the Penn Museum

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Bringing science, history & culture together can be so rewarding for learners! In this episode, we chat with Allyson Mitchell who is the Outreach Programs Manager for Penn Museum

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Podcast: Poetry & Science Combined

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Here's a challenge to take up - why not try combining poetry with your science programs? We chat the positive impact this has on learning and about how this can be done with Dr Sam Illingworth, a Senior Lecturer in science communication at the University of Western Australia.

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50 questions kids can investigate about the environment

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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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