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Observing growth on a slice of bread: Is it OK for students to conduct a simple microbiological experiment at home using slices of bread which are rubbed on different surfaces and then incubated in

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Publication Date: 08 April 2020
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Home activities for students: Can you suggest some activities that are suitable to be conducted at home?

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Publication Date: 02 April 2020
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Publication Date: 02 April 2020

This document provides links to the Connected Learning Experiences (CLEs) that have been developed by Science ASSIST.

Type of Resources: Practical activity/investigation

Student practical activities at home: Can students take chemicals and equipment home to enable them to conduct practical activities/experiments in the home environment?

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Publication Date: 02 April 2020
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: Science ASSIST continues to provide online support to school science and is closely monitoring updates regarding C

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Publication Date: 20 March 2020
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Publication Date: 25 October 2019

This online resource is a source of reviews for science teaching-related resources.

Type of Resources: Teacher background info

Use of Science ASSIST resources: Do I need permission to use and/or adapt the resources on the Science ASSIST website?

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Publication Date: 26 October 2018
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Recommendations for microscope replacement: Our school microscopes are old and in need of replacement, however I am interested in viewpoints as to whether traditional compound microscopes are still

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Publication Date: 25 May 2018
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Balloons: I haven't heard of any issues but we have a parent who is concerned with regards to balloons and latex and the powder residue in them.

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Publication Date: 25 July 2017
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Spinning top
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Publication Date: 11 January 2017

In this investigation, younger students observe and compare the movement of various common toys.

Learning intentions

Students will be able to:

Type of Resources: Practical activity/investigation
Australian Curriculum:
  • Year Foundation > Science Inquiry Skills > Planning and conducting > Participate in guided investigations and make observations using the senses > ACSIS011
  • Year Foundation > Science Inquiry Skills > Processing and analysing data and information > Engage in discussions about observations and represent ideas > ACSIS233
  • Year Foundation > Science Inquiry Skills > Questioning and Predicting > Pose and respond to questions about familiar objects and events > ACSIS014
  • Year Foundation > Science Understanding > Physical Sciences > The way objects move depends on a variety of factors, including their size and... > ACSSU005

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