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    Added: 12/05/2014

    The ‘Participating and contributing’ strand

    The nature of science is concerned with science as a way of thinking, but this doesn’t exist in isolation, so the New Zealand curriculum document includes three other substrands of the nature of science to embed it within. The ‘Participating and contributing’ strand of the curriculum is one of these three other substrands. In school, science is all too often presented as a series of facts. This strand can totally debunk this myth.

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    Added: 18/12/2013

    Wānangatia te Putanga Tauira National Monitoring Study of Student Achievement: Science 2012

    Report presents NMSSA findings on attitudes and achievement of yr4 & yr8 students in science

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    Added: 31/05/2013

    Tales from Te Papa - Science

    This teaching resource features mini-documentaries that showcase many of the unique pieces that Te Papa holds in trust for the nation.

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    Added: 06/05/2013

    Science 2.0 and school science

    In this article Jane Gilbert looks at changes to the work of being a scientist and explores some difficult issues science educators need to face, if school science education is to play a meaningful role in preparing young people for science-related work.

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    Added: 04/05/2012

    PISA – What is it?

    This You Tube clip profiles the Programme for International Student Achievement developed by the OECD to measure student success in reading, maths and science from 34 OECD countries around the world.

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    Added: 22/03/2012

    The Science Learning Hub

    The Science Learning Hub is a collaboration between educators and NZ scientists offering a range of science-related information for students in years 5-10 and making good connections with the NZC.
    Teachers can register for My Sci to learn how to use the site and make the most of the content.

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    Added: 15/11/2011

    Literacy in science

    What literacy knowledge and skills do my students have in science?

    Use multiple sources of information to determine the focus of your inquiry – student voice, assessment information, diagnostic tasks.

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  • Resource Information:
    Added: 09/11/2011

    Documentary Heaven

    A huge international collection of documentaries, constantly updated.

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    Added: 11/10/2011

    Tread lightly website

    Tread Lightly is a climate change education initiative, providing free online tools and resources for educators to engage secondary school students in reducing their ecological footprints.

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    Added: 20/04/2011

    Science in a van

    The Science in a Van roadshow is available to visit early childhood education centres, primary and intermediate schools, and provides an experience that demonstrates how science is relevant to everyday life and understanding the world around us.

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    Added: 19/10/2010

    CSIRO - Science for schools

    Science resources for schools from Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), including a weekly 'Science by email' online newsletter.

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    Added: 29/06/2010

    LENScience Connect

    LENScience Connect uses Satellite Television, the Internet and Web 2.0 to deliver education programmes for students and teachers. The programmes are linked to the New Zealand curriculum and designed by teachers to enable students and teachers to access New Zealand science and scientists, creating interactive learning opportunities that would not be possible in a standard school setting.

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    Added: 11/09/2009

    Secret life of scientists

    "Welcome to “The Secret Life of Scientists,” a web-only series that shows what happens when the lab coats come off. Every two weeks, you’ll meet a new scientist. Watch their collection of short videos. Ask them questions. Find out how their surprising secret lives fuel their science, and vice versa."

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    Added: 28/10/2008

    NZonscreen Aotearoa

    Discover the best of NZ film and television - the home of NZ screen content. Free videos and resources for use in the classroom and beyond

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