|BioTech Learning Hub
The Biotechnology Learning Hub provides teaching resources for primary and secondary schools. We link modern biotechnology in New Zealand to the school curriculum.
A hands-on where students work as a team using simple materials to solve problems
Organisation working to provide young people with skills in electronics, telecommunications, electrical and computer technology
|Connected – Teacher Support Materials
Series designed to show mathematics, science, and technology in the context of students’ everyday lives.
|Digistore – Te Pātaka Matihiko
Storehouse of digital content supporting learning across the curriculum, from childhood to secondary.
Futureintech Ambassadors support the maths, science and technology curriculum by working with students on projects, describing their jobs or offering career advice.
|LEARNZ Virtual field trips for NZ schools
Teachers can register and participate in field trips for free. The websites have curriculum rich, interactive experiences for all levels and are fully supported.
|New Zealand Association of Science Educators (NZASE)
National organisation which represents the interests of New Zealand teachers of science.
NZIFST, the New Zealand Institute of Food Science and Technology, is the professional link uniting people in the food industry who apply science and technology to the processing and distribution of foods.
The Institute is committed to the promotion and advancement of Food Science and Technology, one of New Zealands most important industries and professions.
|Science Learning Hub
Provides resources for teachers for school years 5-10
|Science New Zealand
Website which represents the eight Crown Research Institutes: advancing ideas and delivering results for New Zealand through excellent science and technology
|Science Post Cards Project
Uses childrens’ fiction texts to provide a framework and context for science activity, allowing teachers to engage children.
Techlink showcases examples of contemporary teaching and learning in Technology and provides curriculum support and encouragement for teachers in their ongoing planning and implementation of classroom programmes.
TENZ is a professional network which has been set up to promote and support Technology Education in New Zealand
|Transpower Neighbourhood Engineers Awards
“Engineers and students working together on practical projects in the school and community.” Every year the Transpower Neighbourhood Engineers Awards gives prizes to the best and most innovative collaboration between students, teachers and volunteer engineers.
Researching/investigating creative and innovative science and technological solutions to practical problems.
Useful links for CREST