Primary Science Fun Ideas (Webinar)

Professional development (PD) New Zealand (nationwide)

Posted: 24 January 2020
Notice reference #: 1HA4tT

Science Magic in the Classroom!

Physical vs Chemical reactions, cross curricular, multi-level.

This webinar will provide the teacher with ideas and experiments to use in the classroom, designed to inspire teachers to integrate science into a busy curriculum. Watch today and you will be doing science with your class tomorrow!

This presentation will include physical and chemical properties, grouping materials, everyday chemical reactions, observed changes, evidence of reactions and more.

What you'll learn:

  • Identify chemical and physical reactions
  • Grouping materials, attributes
  • How to make observations

Target audience:

Principals, Primary Teachers, RTLB

When: Thursday 20 February 2020 @ 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:

 Often known as "Mr Science", Mr Cathman first started teaching 12 years ago at Nelson Boys College and has since taught at primary/intermediate schools all over the Nelson area. In fact, Mr Cathman has been instrumental in pioneering science education in primary schools nationwide, as a charter member of NZAPSE (NZ Association of Primary Science Educators) 2010.

As a specialist primary science teacher, his methods aim to showcase the idea that learning can be fun, as well as useful. “Some areas of science can get really academic and complicated – sometimes teachers just need something that relates to their life. That’s my job, to make it something they want to participate in.”

As a PLD accredited facilitator, Mr Cathman spends his time in the classroom, travelling the country working with primary and intermediate schools, or enjoying the Nelson outdoors.

Events summary

New Zealand (nationwide)

20 February 2020 – 20 February 2020

Further information

Contact: Richard Dams

 (0800) 737 855