The Science of Sound (Webinar)

Professional development (PD) New Zealand (nationwide)

Posted: 17 December 2019
Notice reference #: 1HA40f

The Science of sound and other hands-on ideas for teaching physical science concepts and skills in Y0–8: simple, cheap and fun activities that spark curious questions in students of all ages.

What you'll learn:

At the conclusion of this webinar participants will be able to:

  • identify physical world science concepts relevant to Y0–8 students;
  • discuss the pros and cons of a variety of physical world science experiments;
  • confidently deliver a range of science activities linked to the topic of sound.

Target audience:

All Y0–8 teachers will find this useful, especially in preparation for primary science week in May which this year focusses on ‘Sounds of Aotearoa’.

When: Tuesday 10 March @ 3:30pm (1 hour)

Cost: $195 +GST per school (Up to 50% OFF for small schools - see full details)

Register now, even if you are unable to make the live webinar, no problem! Register anyway to receive a recording after the event.

About the presenter:

Chris Duggan trained as a Biochemist at Massey University and taught secondary school science, biology, and chemistry for 15 years in the Bay of Plenty. Throughout her teaching career, Chris had a growing sense of concern about the lack of science knowledge students had when arriving at high school. When she read an E.R.O. report in 2013 that stated over 70% of NZ's primary and intermediate schools lack an effective science programme, she decided something needed to be done. She left her middle management and teaching role mid-2013 and the rest - as they say - is history.

Events summary

New Zealand (nationwide)

10 March 2020 – 10 March 2020

Further information

Contact: Richard Dams

 (0800) 737 855