Science Fair is important and a great learning opportunity ...
Fair project in mass production!
A local primary school student had no idea that in a few
her project would save the hearing of children across New
Zealand...meet local hero Jamie Fenton, Young New Zealander of the
science earns an F.
Research by local scientist and Microsoft
Innovative Teacher Michael Fenton indicates that the state of New
Zealand's science teaching is antiquated and inadequate. What are some
examples of 'best practice' when using ICT in education, and how
do science projects improve learning?
and the f word:
From the New Zealand INTERFACE
article....putting the fun back into teaching while dealing with the
competing tensions of assessment and covering the curriculum. For
primary and secondary teachers.
gallery of past activities and a
sample of winning projects
Fonterra Taranaki Science &
Technology Fair was held from the 11 – 13 August 2003. The
youngest participant at the Fair was only seven (7) years old! Mikaela
won a Merit Prize for her Bike
bad when the other students in her section were at least 4 years older
Technology project of Nick Wells from Inglewood High School caught the
attention of the Daily News reporter
visiting the Science
is based on a combat game played in
broad daylight instead of in the dark The Pulse Rifle could shoot the Terminator
from way up on the second floor!