84 primary school students attend the iconic Shine Dome for a day of engagement, enjoyment, and participation in hands-on science and STEM learning.
Students plan and conduct a science investigation by extending their knowledge in an Indigenous context.
Teachers, AIEOs, Indigenous community members and students explore a range of hands-on science phenomena through Indigenous perspectives. Students build on their literacy skills and various modes to represent their developing understanding.
Students and teachers demonstrate how to plan and conduct an investigation. We see how investigating in the classroom can lead to life-long learning.
Teachers describe how the 5E framework is used to plan units to address students' needs and interests.
The Elaborate phase in action - planning and conducting an open investigation to apply and extend new conceptual understanding in a new context
The Explore phase in action – students exploring ideas of the science phenomena, collecting evidence, discussion observations and keeping records.