Climate Science Resources

These are some of the better websites that support the teaching of climate science.
Most sites have both teacher and student resources.

If you discover a great website that we haven’t included, please send through details so we can add it to our list.

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Online resources to support teachers and students

Please find below a number of links to resources available online to support teachers and students.

To find the resources and links that support our learning programs, please visit the program pages on our website.

Please visit our remote learning pages for our online lessons delivered via Webex.

A world of museum experiences at home

If you’re feeling like a cooped up critter or a nervous numbat, Melbourne Museum can relate. Whilst Melbourne Museum’s doors might be closed, there’s still a whole lot of magic going on. They’ve curated their best online content for you to enjoy from the couch!

Zoos Victoria are so excited to launch Zoo Education Online. They’ve got a whole lot of new online learning activities, resources, webinars and live stream animal access to help with real-world (distance) learning.

STEAM activities for home based learning; use the link to find learning ideas that families can do at home together or students can do themselves. This list has been compiled by STEAM@MC using many other resources (some are linked below) as inspiration.

Science is all about exploring how things work. It’s often best learned through hands-on experiments and observation. This makes it a fun and easy subject area for kids to dive into while at home. Parents don’t need chemistry or biology degrees to help their kids learn science, curiosity and playfulness go a long way when it comes to science. A willingness to get a little mess also helps! Here’s a list of online science resources to help kids learn and have fun while at home.

1. The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

2. NASA’s Langley Research Center

3. The National Museum of the United States Air Forces

These are just some of the 11 virtual tours you can access online. Use the button to start your adventures.

The Australian Computing Academy and their partner, Grok Learning, are taking rapid steps to support you, your students, and their parents by giving Australian students free access to:

This will be available from Tuesday 24th March until Sunday 5 July 2020 (covering Australian Term 2), and includes Web.Comp (starting 11 May)

Take a code break!

With schools closed and tens of millions of students at home, join each week for Code Break – help them build the world’s largest live interactive classroom, with weekly challenges to engage students of all abilities, even those without computers.

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