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  • All students and teachers are required to register in our system before access can be granted. When you find a course that interests you, click on the “How do i Sign up?" link  present in the left under "Must-See Stuff" menu information pages. From there, just follow the steps.

  • If I take a course, does that mean that I am a student at a University or School?

    No, but you will be working on getting your course requirements completed for high school graduation and university foundation courses eligibility.

  • Do I get college credit for these classes?

    No. These are not college courses. If you pass an exam, a college may give you credit, but that is up to each individual school, college or university.

  • Can I get a transcript?

    No, Teaching Science does not provide transcripts, but we do provide grade reports if a student is taking a course in which we provide the teacher. Since the credit comes from the student’s school of record, not us, the grade report will be forwarded to the school, and the grade will be added to the school’s transcript. All scenarios that involve a grade or credit must be worked out with your student’s school prior to taking one of our courses for credit.

  • What are teacher responsibilities?

    If you are going to be the Teacher of Record for a student taking a course for credit, you are required to do the following:

    • Make sure student is keeping up with the course and assignments.
    • Be available to answer questions for the student, or have someone or someplace to refer your student for answers.
    • Administer exams.
    • Grade assignments, quizzes, and assessments.
    • Assign a final grade.
    • **Teaching Science teachers hold the appropriate credentials, and Teaching Science strongly recommends that if a school is using their own teacher, that teacher also hold the appropriate credentials.

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STEM at school

 

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Teaching sciences at schools is the key to the development and prosperity for any nation. The greatest challenge is to find a tool that will facilitate an organic integration of the content and the sciences we want to teach with a sound teaching pedagogy that is itself scientific?!. 3Dprinting is undoubtedly the tool and platform that will allow us to teach STEM at school. My daughter who is at grade 2 primary School is here to prove it. Watch. She learned to do this after 10 minutes of me explaining to her the basic of 3dprinting and CAD  concepts.!!? This generation is ready to take over, are we going help them or are we going to undermine their genus? Again.!

 

Currucula Allignment

Our aim is to develop STEM based content for the Australian Curriculum of all grades, the emphasis is to develop content that is based on science, and trough scientific simulation, digital media illustration and hands on activities make learning science accessible and fun. We will not focus too much on the  curriculum specific contexts. So our content can be used within any specific curriculum requirements.

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