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
Light is made up of wavelengths of light, and each wavelength is a particular colour. The colour we see is a result of which wavelengths are reflected back to our eyes. Visible light Visible ...READ MORE
As science and technology advance, ethical issues are brought to the fore not only for scientists and technologists but also for the general public. The New Zealand Curriculum (NZC) reflects this ...READ MORE
This class case study provides an example of introducing ethical thinking into the classroom to explore a controversial issue in science. It shows how the ethical frameworks in the Ethics ...READ MORE
Fresh water is essential to life. On this trip you will see how quality freshwater drives a significant part of the local economy around Lake Taupō. Go whitewater rafting and fly-fishing with us ...
Join LEARNZ for What`s the plan, Stan? - getting ready for an emergency. What will you do in an emergency? You probably already know to "Drop, Cover and Hold" during an earthquake. But as a ...
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