Rutherford’s Den ... like a preview ?
Rutherford’s Den Education is excited to open up their bookings for Term 3 – week 3 onwards and Term 4 for 2017. Get in quick to avoid disappointment as these bookings can fill up fast.
Caroline Fenton email@example.com
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Clock Tower, 2 Worcester Boulevard.
LEARNZ is free for NZ Teachers and their classes., sohave a look at the planned virtual field trips for 2017 at www.learnz.org.nz
The online field trips mainly target Primary and Secondary school Science. Now there is an enhanced emphasis on the Nature of Science and also more support for Numeracy and Literacy.
Use the LEARNZ field trip chooser to see what is available for your subject. Website
The Science Learning Hub
Have you seen their latest resources ?
Trending now are:
Nature Watch 2017
Many educators will be familiar with the longevity and success of NZ’s very own Nature Watch programme. In part this is due its constant evolution and relevance to teaching programmes.
With this in mind have a look at the following blogs which emphasise just how useful and informative it is for students in 2017.
The Crest Awards 2017
CREST is an international awards scheme designed to encourage years 0-13 students to be innovative, creative, and to problem solve in science, technology and environmental studies.
The Science Award Trust
The Science Awards schemes are administered by the Science Award Trust which is based in Christchurch. It was established in 1985. The trust is a voluntary organisation which aims to stimulate student interest in science and technology through participation in a science award scheme.
If you are interested in getting involved in helping run the nationally successful Science Badge and Science Certificate programmes, or just interested in knowing more about it, the Science Award Trust see:
or telephone Sue Jarvis on 329 5858
Open Access in Aotearoa
Moves are being made towards open access to scholarly publishing in the UK, the EU, USA, Australia and NZ.
To this end, Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand is hosting a series of posts on the theme of free Open Access to publicly funded scholarly research.
You may be particularly interested in the Education Portal where access to education is easy and universal when educators and learners use the Creative Commons licenses to share and collaboratively build textbooks, lectures and lesson plans.
University of Canterbury Outreach Programme