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Classroom science blogging: document, engage & inspire!

Ben Newsome

Create a education blog to engage students and be proud of! Why not have your students create a blog about their science experiments and subsequent discoveries in a safe site you control! Students love to hear from other students. They like to share stories, behind-the-scenes video, funny anecdotes and above...

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Fizzics wins at the 2016 Australian Small Business Champions Awards

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Wow, another business award for Fizzics Education!</b After an awesome evening meeting business leaders from across the country, our team was proud and delighted to be recognised as the 2016 winner for the Education Services category at Australia's national small business awards evening. Thank you to everyone's continuing support in...

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Establish a Maker Space and join the movement!

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Why not truly allow kids to express their creativity? We love the Maker movement! The popularity of Maker spaces, Maker fairs, Maker nights and more has just grown and grown from a grassroots movement to a worldwide phenomenon to bring Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Mathematics together where students can...

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Variables & fair testing; teaching the heart of science experiments

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How are good experiments constructed in the first place? Anyone can follow a science experiment from beginning to end but fewer people can construct a fair experiment in the first place! In this article we delve into the ways in which scientists create experiments that can be fairly tested and...

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Scenarios that spark students interest in science!

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Scenarios always grab attention and fire up the imagination in students! Creating a scenario that challenges students to solve a mystery or puzzle is always great fun. When this is combined with a concrete timeline to get the study done and a requirement for the student to present their findings...

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International Day of “—–“… there’s a STEM learning opportunity here!

Ben Newsome

Want to create a buzz in your school? Perhaps the United Nations focus campaigns might be a way to do it! There are so many global challenges that scientists, engineers, doctors, mathematicians and more are coming to grips with and its these very challenges that when described properly can really...

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Teachers Toolbox – inexpensive materials that teach science at a pinch

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Would you be prepared to run a STEM lesson at a moment's notice? We have a look at the simple science materials you can always have on hand to run engaging science lessons that learners will care about and where you don't have to scramble for that missing ingredient. It's...

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The seed of an idea: using stimulus material to prompt a discovery mindset

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Ever wondered what is going through the kids minds when they first enter your classroom? Apart from the usual chatter about they did on the weekend, what happened on TV last night and the standard hustle to get their bags packed away, kids are also both consciously and subconsciously looking...

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Hidden lessons for kids when making a science party cake

Ben Newsome

We've been running hundreds of science parties every year since 2004 and one thing we've noticed is just how creative parents can be! Who doesn't love the look of a ferocious looking dinosaur cake or a volcano cake with bubbling lava coming out of the crater! It might sound a...

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Science in 6.5 seconds! The value of Vine for teaching

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Vine can be valuable for teaching science! Vine is quite an interesting social media app that has become massively popular with people wanting to see a series of extremely small videos. How extremely small you say? At the time of writing this post Vine allows videos of just over 6.5...

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Need to teach about plant structure? Raid your fridge!

Ben Newsome

This one seems like a simple task to run with your students but you might be surprised about the results. Next time you're planning on running a basic plant anatomy class with your students, why not pop down to the shops and pick up some grocery items from the fruit...

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The PwC 21st Century Minds Accelerator Program Commences!

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This year PwC (formerly Price Waterhouse Coopers) launched a large STEM initiative aimed at "unearthing, growing and scaling Australia’s best STEM education initiatives focused on building Australia’s pipeline of innovators and problem solvers". As part of this, Fizzics has been selected to work with some of the best eduaton &...

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Kids perceptions on how the world works… you’d be amazed how they think!

Ben Newsome

Ever wondered what kids are thinking? Just how do students perceive their world when their background to measure their experiences is limited? In this post we look at a variety of children's misconceptions in science and what to do about them!

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Science Apps for the classroom; devices on the ready!

Ben Newsome

With today's technology there are so many options to enrich your student's classroom experience. One of the quickest ways to make that happen is by integrating science apps into your lessons. Listed here are a bunch of science apps that can really help students understand science in an environment that's...

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