All about insects webinar
Teachers, register below to join this free online professional learning session on Thursday 22 October 4:00–4:45 pm.

Join Greta Dromgool, Tom Saunders and Chrissie Painting as we delve into the fascinating world of insects and the important learning that can happen if we do this in our classrooms and educational settings.

Students are naturally curious about the world around them and insects offer stimulating material with which teachers can feed that curiosity and grow their students' science knowledge and capabilities.

From observation and classification to lifecycles, adaptations and social scientific issues, insects offer it all. Join us to discover engaging resources to support your science teaching.

This session will be valuable for both primary and secondary school teachers.

We will be using Zoom, and you can connect to our live session using this link: https://waikato.zoom.us/j/359736528. For more information on using Zoom, see our article Introducing our PLD (www.sciencelearn.org.nz/resources/2557-introducing-our-pld).

All those who answer the questions in the registration form, attend the live webinar and participate in the follow-up discussion in our Slack forum (http://bit.ly/2xMhxkh) in the #livingworld channel will receive a certificate.
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