By linking science to literacy it supports teachers to assess. Hear teachers describe the assessment approaches in Primary Connections.
Teachers describe the benefits of different questioning techniques that help develop students' understanding.
Students plan and conduct a science investigation by extending their knowledge in an Indigenous context.
Students show interest, ask questions, share what they think they know, and interact with science through Indigenous perspectives.
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.
Find out how the implementation of PrimaryConnections within these two schools has supported the schools to implement the Australian Curriculum: Science, and how it impacts on a practical level in their school, such as improving literacy, numeracy and reasoning skills.
The Elaborate phase in action - planning and conducting an open investigation to apply and extend new conceptual understanding in a new context
The Engage phase in action - sparking students' interest, stimulating their curiosity, raising questions for inquiry and eliciting existing student beliefs about the topic.
The Explore phase in action – students exploring ideas of the science phenomena, collecting evidence, discussion observations and keeping records.
A new video for Australian teachers. The video, designed to be implemented with Primary Connections' Among The Gum Trees unit, brings to life the stories of scientists involved in building knowledge and awareness about eucalypts and their place in the Australian landscape. Address aspects of Year 3/4 Australian Curriculum: Science 'Science as a Human Endeavour'.