Science resources for teachers
Free Educational Resources
- ABC Education - Educational resources for primary and secondary schools. Videos, games and other resources aligned to the Australian curriculum
- Careers with STEM - A free resource hub for incorporating STEM into your curriculum
- Department of Education - Learning resources by year level
- Cool Australia - Work and lesson plans that provide an easy ‘recipe’ to help teach including instructions and worksheets. All year levels.
- CSIRO Education Programs - A range of engaging science programs based on real CSIRO science for schools and students
- English for the Australian Curriculum - Materials include 12 year-level units of work, with 12 sequences in each, written by teachers and educators from a range of states, territories and educational settings
- The GiST - Resources to inspire and inform girls, schools and families in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). Explore activities, resources, case studies, lessons, study pathways and careers
- Khan Academy - Math, science, arts and humanities, economics and computing short lessons in the form of YouTube videos and support information
- Oxford Owl - UK curriculum base created to support learning in reading and math. Features learning tips, games, reading lists and free e-books for kids 3-11
- PBS Learning Media - FREE, standards-aligned videos, interactives, lesson plans, and more just for teachers
- Prodigy - Curriculum aligned math platform. Engaging activities and games
- Scootle - Provides Australian teachers with access to more than 20,000 quality-assured digital learning resources aligned to the Australian Curriculum.
MOOCs and Free Online Classes
eBooks - SOIL
A message from the Executive Dean of Science:
Our communities are facing unprecedented challenges as they adapt to the impact of the current global pandemic. Over the past few weeks the University of Western Australia has worked to make learning resources available to schools and teachers across the State in response to COVID-19.
The University has drawn on a range of existing resources and staff have volunteered time to support teachers, parents and high school students faced with the unexpected challenges of providing tuition on-line. Our intent is not to replace the high school curriculum but to provide teachers with ways to enrich the student experience by providing access to a range of on-line learning materials.
We are offering this support to all of our high school teachers across WA and welcome feedback on the usefulness of the resource. Professor Tony O'Donnell, Executive Dean of Science
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