When you look at the world around you, how do you categorise or group what you see? One of the broadest groupings is 'living' and 'non-living'. This may sound simple, but it is sometimes ...READ MORE
In this activity, students use two online interactives or paper-based graphic organisers to explore their ideas about the characteristics of living things and the characteristics of animals. This ...READ MORE
With 75% of New Zealanders living within 10 km of the coast, many students will be familiar with estuaries. In scientific terms, estuaries are the interface between the land and the sea – the ...READ MORE
Serious gaming is growing in appeal across the education sector. This article explores gaming as a tool for learning, using the Aqua Republica Eco Challenge 2016 as an example. Gaming as a tool ...READ MORE
The tenth biannual conference on advanced materials and nanotechnology (AMN10) will be held in February 2021 in Rotorua. The conference series is interdisciplinary and covers a broad variety of ...
New Zealand ShakeOut, our national earthquake drill and tsunami hīkoi, is taking place at 9:30am on 15 October 2020. Sign up your family or whole school at ...
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