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Podcast: IVC at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History

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We chat with Lee Gambol, an extraordinary science educator and Distance Learning Coordinator for the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. Their interactive virtual learning programs are fantastic and we get to hear some of Lee's thoughts on how to make distance learning classes both authentic and engaging.

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Inspiring Australia Training: Virtual Excursions

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Fizzics Education has partnered with Inspiring Australia & Virtual Excursions Australia to help organisations deliver engaging online STEM events. The developed courses are free to all those who deliver science engagement programs as part of Inspiring Australia’s national network, delivered in partnership with State Governments!

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Global distance learning opportunities

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Global distance education opportunities abound! Meet our colleagues from around the world who for many years have run distance education programs. Award-winning, engaging and highly experienced distance educators from multiple key learning areas.

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What does authentic virtual learning look like?

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'How can you engage my remote learners?'. Fair question! Authentic virtual learning is achieved by ensuring that participants are actively involved. In this article we explore how to identify if your virtual class is truly engaging.

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Student Equity – Landline phones & virtual classes

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One of the troubling situations whilst online classes is that not all kids have access to the internet. Even if devices are rolled out to these kids, if they simply cannot connect because their family cannot afford the internet they will not be able to participate in live online classes....

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Episode: 95

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Podcast: Virtual Excursions Australia

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Sadly distance education is now the new normal for at least the next few months. We chat with Karen Player, co-founder of Virtual Excursions Australia and founder of Sydney Science Education, to find out just what is available for schools, libraries, community groups and more in terms of live interactive...

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Naming for online programs confusing?

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For years the distance education community has struggled with the naming of 'online programs'. The reason for this is that there are so many types of online programs! We look at why this had occurred and what to do about it now and in the future.

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Navigating the distance learning landscape

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Given the task at hand that schools around the world face as we deal with the impact of school lockdown due to the COVID-19 crisis, we've received many calls for advice on what is out there for teachers to consider. We look at communities of best practice available to you.

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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: 66

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Podcast: Global education with Sean Forde

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Meet Sean Forde, a passionate educator who has been heavily involved in global collaboration lessons with students. From Flipgrid through to interactive video conferencing, Sean has always been about giving the best avenues for his students to learn!

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Episode: 51

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California Academy of Sciences Virtual Field Trips

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Virtual science field trips can transport students to any point around the globe in real time. Today we speak with Jacque Benitez, a distance learning science specialist for the California Academy of Sciences. From running programs on astronomy through to penguins, Jacque knows how to engage remote audiences with real-time...

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The Museum of Human Disease… biology teaching at its best

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Hidden in the heart of UNSW is the Museum of Human Disease, a fascinating site filled with over 3000 unique specimens for students study and for the public to check out. Recently named one of the city’s treasures by the Sydney Morning Herald, the museum is part of the school...

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Less screen time & more STEM at the Ann Arbor Hands-on Museum, Michigan

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Learning by doing is by far the best way for kids to learn skills for life. At the Ann Arbor Hands-on Museum, the Corrina Strecker and the team have created an immersive STEM environment that captures kid’s imaginations and teaches families valuable lessons in creativity, exploration and collaboration. From interactive...

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Fizzics wins CILC Pinnacle Award three years running!

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Wow..three years in a row! The team at Fizzics Education are proud again to announce that we've now been fortunate enough to pick up the coveted CILC Pinnacle Award for the third year running!

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