Podcasts on STEM by the Fizzics Education team

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Podcast: STEM in the Middle & Elementary Years

Ben Newsome

We chat with two amazing STEM teachers from Leicester Public Schools who are working hard to help their learners understand STEM form the early years and onward. Listen in to Dr Matthew X. Joseph and Mr James DePace as they describe some of the lessons & activities they've used to...

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Podcast: Early Learning STEM Australia

Ben Newsome

We speak with Kym Simoncini and Matt Bacon as they describe the work being done by Early Learning STEM Australia (ELSA) project to assist 100 centres from across Australia use apps and picture books for helping preschoolers understand patterns, map making, encoding and decoding, and investigations.

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Podcast: The Australian Computing Academy with Nicola O’Brien

Ben Newsome

Meet Nicola O'Brien, a computing education specialist who works with the Australian Computing Academy that is helping teachers implement the Digital Technologies Curriculum in classrooms around the country. We chat with Nicola to find out just what ACA has been doing and the impact that they're making!

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Podcast: Gifted Ed and OC enrichment with Desilee Tait & Dr Haydn Allbutt

Ben Newsome

Providing science enrichment classes for students makes a huge difference for students, not only for the understanding of science but also in their appreciation of how science fits in their world. For the past 7 years, Desille Tait and Dr Hayden Allbutt have worked with the students of Loreto Kirribilli...

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Why the UN has warned of biological annihilation (and how the dinosaurs really died)

Duncan Bell

Biological annihilation: The UN has warned of a 6th global extinction event, but what does this really mean? Are we headed to certain destruction? Will the mosquitoes finally disappear? Quill deconstructs the story.

What that fuzzy black hole photo really means

Duncan Bell

The first ever photo of a black hole has been released by the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration and while it’s an amazing feat it’s a bit hard to figure out what you’re looking at - Duncan looks past the event horizon to explain what’s going on.

Why the first all-female spacewalk never happened – April 9, 2019

Duncan Bell

Why the first all-female spacewalk never happened: The media went nuts recently about how a planned all-female spacewalk was canceled. It seems like patriarchy has reached even the ISS. But the truth is a little more complicated.  Do you hear silent GIFs?: GIFs are silent moving images, but certain GIFs...

What is a Super Worm Equinox Moon anyway? – March 21, 2019

Duncan Bell

What’s on, Watson?: It’s the day of the equinox AND a super moon, giving us a Super Worm Equinox Moon. That was not a Dune reference - that’s what it’s really called. We take a look at what an equinox actually is, and how the super moon got its name....

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