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Podcast: The Power of Play with Liz Rossiter

Ben Newsome

Liz Rossiter from Mud Kitchen describes how Unplug & Play Pop Up STEM playgrounds are helping kids explore science & engineering through play.

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Helping students structure scientific reports

Ben Newsome

Scientific report writing is an essential part of science in the classroom. We look at ways students of different ages can structure meaningful lab reports.

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Podcast: Inspiring indigenous youth with Corey Tutt

Ben Newsome

Be inspired as we chat with Corey Tutt who has made it his mission to spread his love of science to remote and regional indigenous communities through sending science books to schools & linking these students to scientists via Skype.

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Podcast: Gamification in the classroom

Ben Newsome

Learn about the positive impact gamification has had on everyday classroom experiences as well find out tips & tricks to get star

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Minute to Win It science games

Ben Newsome

Minute to Win It challenges are so much fun! With some easily found craft materials and a timepiece, you can create an awesome competition at a moments notice. No matter which way you use these short competition ideas, the kids will love it!

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Episode: 69

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Podcast: Design thinking with Joanne Gadaleta

Ben Newsome

Design thinking & scientific literacy come hand in hand when it comes to making STEM shine in the classroom. Joanne Gadaleta has a huge amount of experience when it comes to helping students understand how to think clearly when it comes to problem-solving & ideation and as such has seen...

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School science competitions

Ben Newsome

There are so many school science competitions to get involved in. Here is just a short selection of science competitions that give an opportunity for your students to shine!

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Episode: 65

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STEAM Up the Classroom with Tori Cameron

Ben Newsome

Join Tori Cameron, host of the STEAM Up the Classroom Podcast, as she describes her journey in creating a STEAM lab at her school in Massachusetts, USA. We discuss the importance of low and high tech when it comes to maker spaces, how to source materials, ideas for engaging the...

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Gamechangers and changemakers

Kate O'Sullivan

Spreading knowledge & ideas This National Science Week, we’ve been out around Sydney with the Game Changers Show. We’ve talked about people who changed the way we operate – from Archimedes to Elon Musk, Ada Lovelace to Elizabeth Blackburn. But we’ve been being asked the most questions about the final...

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Episode: 60

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Museums & Education

Ben Newsome

All about museum education and the thoughts behind public exhibitions at the Australian Museum! Ellie Downing is the Manager for Science Engagement and Events at the Australian Museum and has been involved in science engagement and content creation for many years in the museum sector. Listen in as we chat...

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Episode: 58

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Inspiring schools creating STEM festivals

Ben Newsome

Discover an inspiring story of how 13 schools in the Northern Beaches of Sydney have come together to form the Peninsula Community of Schools, a collaborative group of motivated educators that put on STEM Festivals and so much more. Get inspired!

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The Science and Engineering Challenge

Ben Newsome

Listen to Dr Terry Burns as he describes why science & engineering challenges help students prepare to work collaboratively and creatively in real-world environments.

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Episode: 56

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Virtual Reality in the Classroom

Ben Newsome

Meet Amanda Fox, an amazing educator and expert in digital technology in the classroom. An ISTE Emerging Leader & PBS Digital Innovator, get ready with pen and paper as in this episode you'll learn from Amanda about a bunch of platforms and ideas for using virtual reality in education plus...

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Dollar stores: A treasure trove of materials for teaching science!

Jaqueline Kao

What can you find at your local discount store? Join Jacqui on a shopping trip to look for inexpensive teaching materials for your next science lesson. Cheap finds and science experiment hacks in this week's blog!

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