Rongoā is the traditional Māori healing system. Rongoā is a holistic practice that often includes using the medicinal properties of New Zealand native plants. Early Māori and rongoā Although ...READ MORE
Professor Kim Pickering from the School of Engineering at the University of Waikato was the winner of the 2008 KuDos Award for Environmental Science, sponsored by Environment Waikato. Kim’s research ...KuDosREAD MORE
These unit plans come as Word document downloads that can be easily modified to suit your students’ learning needs or used as they are. Butterflies (lower primary) Learn about native and introduced ...READ MORE
Weather is ever present, ever changing and always interesting. Have a look at these Science Learning Hub links to see how they might fit in to your weather unit. General weather concepts and ...READ MORE
The world conference on marine biodiversity (WCMB) welcomes presentations on all aspects of marine biodiversity, both fundamental and applied sciences. This year, the WCMB will be fully virtual ...
Join puppeteer Anna Bailey for a free te taiao themed show. One evening deep in the New Zealand bush a lonely kiwi looks up at the sky and mistakes the full moon for a giant egg. A magical string ...
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