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Website of the Month

Posted by SASTA

on 01/04/2021

Each month we will be featuring a website with useful resources to use in your classroom. If you have any recommendations to add, send us an email! April 2021 PBS Learning Media PBS have curated FREE resources for teachers of science (visit the website here). Explore natural phenomena and scientific...

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Meet a Tall Poppy

Posted by SASTA

on 01/04/2021

The Young Tall Poppy Science Awards are run by the Australian Institute of Policy and Science (AIPS) to honour up-and-coming scientists who combine world-class research with a passionate commitment to communicating science. The awards have been running since 1998 and there are now over 800 Tall Poppy alumni across Australia. ...

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Science Excursions

Posted by SASTA

on 01/04/2021

Each month we will be featuring an excursion that you might find useful to get your students out of the classroom! If you have any recommendations to add, send us an email! April 2021 MOD.ULE WHOLE DAY WORKSHOP PROGRAM MOD.ULE is a full day learning program designed in collaboration between...

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The Evolution of the Annual Conference

Posted by SASTA

on 23/03/2021

The Annual Conference over the years... SASTA held many professional learning events in its early years, however the first reference to 'the Annual SASTA Conference' was mentioned in the June 1971 Journal. The first Annual Conference was convened by Deane Hutton, Science TV presenter, and cost $1.00 for members and...

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CONASTA 69

Posted by SASTA

on 11/02/2021

Save the Date for CONASTA 69, the annual science education conference of the Australian Science Teachers Association (ASTA). In 2021 CONASTA will be hosted by the Science Educators Association of the ACT (SEA*ACT) from 26–29 September. The CONASTA 69 theme of 'Science Revealed' has been chosen to showcase all that...

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