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The graduate teacher
The Graduate teacher

  • You possess the requisite knowledge, skills, values and attitudes to plan for and manage successful learning.

  • You are equipped to engage in and negotiate a process of ongoing professional learning. You identify your development needs and seek advice and support from colleagues. You have high expectations both of yourself as professional learners and for the learning of your students. Your commitment to students and student learning is reflected in your desire to support students’ achievement of the highest possible education outcomes.

  • You have the commitment, enthusiasm and interpersonal skills to assume a professional role within schools and their broader communities and to contribute to the operations of a school as a whole.


The main approaches in science
The main approaches in science

  • A transmission approach

  • A process approach

  • A discovery approach

  • An interactive approach

  • A cultural – historical approach



Csiro
CSIRO

  • http://www.csiro.au/resources/Education.html

  • Science by email – join

  • Science clubs

  • Physics/chemistry activities

  • Do it yourself science


The naked scientist
The Naked Scientist

  • http://www.thenakedscientists.com/

  • Podcasts

  • Experiments

  • Articles


Sear science education assessment resources
SEAR –Science Education Assessment Resources

  • http://cms.curriculum.edu.au/sear/

  • Assessment tasks for science


Fizzics education
Fizzics Education

  • http://www.fizzicseducation.com.au/

  • Science incursions


Science for kids
Science for Kids

  • http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/experiments.html

  • Science for kids – bringing science and technology together


Resources for teachers
Resources for Teachers

  • http://www.scitech.org.au/for-teachers/educational-resources/activity-sheets

  • Discover how the world works


Powerpoints
Powerpoints

  • http://www.pppst.com/themes.html

    ABC Science

  • http://www.abc.net.au/science/



Equitable access
Equitable access

  • Each students own personal experience makes them unique

  • Boys / girls

  • Indigenous students

  • Diverse language backgrounds

  • Students with disabilities

  • Talented students


Special needs
Special Needs

  • Responsibility of the classroom teacher

  • Students with

  • A language disability

  • A mild or moderate intellectual disability

  • A hearing impairment

  • A visual impairment

  • A behaviour disorder

  • Physical or mobility difficulties


Teachers need to be
Teachers need to be:

  • Flexible in developing appropriate strategies

  • Able to assess and plan to meet individual needs – IEP / IP

  • Provide more instructional and practice time

  • Provide varied experiences

  • Carefully consider adjustments to program



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