In this recorded professional learning session Andrea Soanes and Greta Dromgool demonstrate the site’s latest developments including Google classroom accessibility, our glossary and the collections tool. These exciting, intuitive changes to our site allow you to easily access free, high quality science resources created specifically for New Zealand classrooms and shows how our site continues to grow and develop to meet the needs of our users.
Thank you so much – such an amazing resource!Tertiary educator
This will be valuable for both primary and secondary school teachers.
You can download the video and slideshow presentation.
|Topic||Slideshow number(s)||Video timecode|
|Introducing the presenters||1||00:00|
|Introducing the Science Learning Hub||4–5||01:22|
|Using our glossary||12–17||10:02|
|SLH links, keep in touch and thanks||26||29:51|
You guys rock – the webinars are ALWAYS usefulTeacher
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Nature of science
The nature of science guides teachers in science to build the skills required by scientists at all levels, from the basics of observation to the more complex skills of collaboration, investigating and decision making within science. It is important within the classroom environment that students have opportunities to build and practise these skills in order for them to become confident science-literate citizens.
The article How the Hub can help has helpful tips on making the most of the Hub and includes videos explaining various aspects of our site.
For an overview of what we offer, have a look at this article Introducing our PLD.