Celebrating Primary Years Science Teachers

Posted by SASTA

on 15/07/2024

There are many teachers of science in Primary Schools, classroom teachers and science specialists. We asked a few primary teachers why they became teachers, what their day typically looks like and any advice they would give. Andrew Harris, Pilgrim School What inspired you to become a primary science teacher? Prior...

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Stargazing at Your School with the Astronomical Society of SA

Posted by SASTA

on 03/07/2024

Interested in holding an evening of stargazing at your school?  The Astronomical Scoeity South Australia (ASSA) is an amateur society, which exists to bring people together who are interested in learning more about the night sky. The outreach program has the objective of presenting astronomy to the wider communiy through...

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2024 National Science Week Activities

Posted by SASTA

on 02/07/2024

What do you have planned for National Science Week this year? Check out some of the great activities we've come across. Let us know what you have planned to feature on our National Science Week round-up blog! Plus don't forget to check out the National Science Week website for all...

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Reflections from Retired Science Educators

Posted by SASTA

on 28/06/2024

Peter Walwyn Imagine walking into a classroom where the only AV equipment available was a blackboard and some white chalk, and the only method of producing printed notes for a class of 35 secondary school students was using a spirit duplicator. This was the scenario when I began my career...

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PeCan+ Competition

Posted by SASTA

on 28/06/2024

Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th August University of Adelaide Nort Terrace Campus PECAN+ CTF 2024 is a Capture The Flag cyber security competition for beginner, intermediate and advanced high school students in Years 10 to 12.  The training day will take place on Saturday the 3rd of August and will...

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