Join the New Zealand Association of Primary Science Educators (NZAPSE) and the Science Learning Hub in this recorded session as we share ideas, resources, and inspiration for running your own primary science week.
Really enjoyed all the ideas – thanks so much!Teacher
Running a science week provides opportunities to connect with your community including scientists, develop student capabilities, grow teacher confidence and have a whole lot of fun.
In this webinar we explore possible approaches to science week, share our own experiences of what has worked well and offer loads of engaging hands-on activity ideas.
This session will be valuable for early childhood, primary, intermediate and junior secondary school teachers.
So many ideas in a short amount of time. Thank you for organisingTeacher
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Watch previous webinars featuring New Zealand Association of Primary Science Educators:
The New Zealand Association of Primary Science Educators (NZAPSE) is all about celebrating and supporting science in primary schools.
Check out the Primary Science Week page for activity ideas.
Many of Carol Brieseman’s resources can be found here and the writing frames she mentions are here.
See the document Safety and Science/Pūtaiao: Guidance for Aotearoa New Zealand Schools and Kura on the TKI website.
This webinar was created in collaboration with the New Zealand Association of Primary Science Educators.