How might you get students to learn the periodic table?

Richard Byrne just blogged ‘The Periodic Table in Pictures and Words‘ , Free Technology for Teachers. This sparked me to share a somewhat annoying video resource from a parents point of view, but from an educators view a catchy way to get students to learn the periodic table. My two children, aged 16 and 10 sing this until it annoys me so much that I ask them to stop. Sydney […]

Scootle’s Language and Learning Space, often an overlooked resource

Scootle’s Language and Learning Space offers free teaching resources for Australian language teachers of Chinese, Indonesian and Japanese, all of which are aligned with the Australian Curriculum. Furthermore, it is free. Visit the site and view a trailer, and or sign up. If you already have a Scootle account, you can use your existing details to log in. You can enrol your students and customise their learning according to skill […]

New-look Australian Curriculum website linked to Scootle

The Australian Curriculum website has received a make over. There is no change to the actual curriculum, just how it is presented. The website, retaining its current address, is easier to navigate, especially the Humanities and Social Science page. This page uses a tile effect for ease of navigation. For each content descriptor, there is also a link to suggested Scootle resources. For those who aren’t familiar with Scootle, it […]