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    In this recorded session, we meet Jenny Pollock – chairperson of the Earth and Space Science Educators (ESSE) association.

    Jenny brings to this session years of experience and a wealth of knowledge. She takes teachers and students step by step through scholarship assessment, unpacks scholarship exam examples and a range of curated supporting resources that you will be able to access to support your teaching and learning in this area.

    You can download the video and slideshow presentation, by going to the full view of each, select the blue 'i' icon.

    Index

    Topic

    Slideshow number(s)

    Video timecode

    Introduction

    1

    0:00

    The ESS Scholarship exam

    2–4

    1:00

    Hints for the actual exam

    5

    9:56

    The ESS Scholarship performance standard

    6–7

    12:25

    Relevant curriculum links – Planet Earth and Beyond

    8

    15:17

    Relevant curriculum links – Nature of Science

    9

    17:45

    What to learn and understand

    10

    22:30

    Addition points

    11

    26:05

    Concepts and connected resources and exam questions

    12–13

    28:11

    Navigating the ESS Google Drive

    29:05

    Nature of science

    As part of the Nature of science strand Communicating in science Earth and space science requires students to engage with a range of diagrams. Use the Hub to ensure students get multiple opportunities to interpret visual representations.

    Related content

    The Science Learning Hub has a wide range of resources supporting learning in Earth and Space Science. Check out topics such as earthquakes, volcanoes, geology and astronomy or concepts like atmosphere or tectonic plates.

    Acknowledgement

    See the Earth and Space Science website, with scholarship links here.

      Published 15 June 2020 Referencing Hub articles