Monday the 18th August marked the official launch of Australia's Biggest School Excursion, with an enthusiastic group of students from the Scots College and Coogee Bay Prep starting their journey of discovery through the Jenolan Caves. Officially launched by the Minister of Communications, The Hon
IntoScience Release version 1.5 is here! Packed with exciting and helpful new features for students and teachers, this release is an upgrade on the already revolutionary resource that is IntoScience. New features in Version 1.5 include: Improved Teacher console Teachers will now go directly
Students love being rewarded for their efforts and there is nothing more motivating than receiving a tangible reminder of what they worked so hard to achieve. In order to keep kids engaged, we have created a range of resources including certificates, wall charts and
3P Learning is excited to be involved in a partnership with Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO. The 3D Online Education partnership is bringing together computer scientists from CSIRO and science education experts from 3P Learning, to develop ‘immersive learning’ environments which mirror real-life places.
You can use the investigation program to teach in many different ways. It’s your choice! Here are some ideas to get you started: In the classroom: Independent learning: Simply allow the students to enter the caves and wander around. They will encounter the sample
What is the Jenolan Caves Investigation Program? The Jenolan Caves Investigation Program is a groundbreaking education experience which makes it possible for students to investigate one of the most spectacular cave systems in the world right from their computer or tablet. Integrated with IntoScience,
A cave-load of work has gone into being able to deliver the Jenolan Caves Investigation Program to students across the nation, and here is how it has happened… Watch the video below for the first installment on the making of the Jenolan Caves program.
CSIRO is pushing the boundaries of 3D mapping with its groundbreaking handheld laser scanner, Zebedee. The Zebedee is transforming the ways in which we are able to digitally experience unknown environments, as it possesses the ability to map locations which were previously too challenging
Brighten up your science lab with the Periodic Table The IntoScience team have produced a range of resources for teachers to accompany the online program - perfect for adding extra spice to classroom learning. Motivate your students to learn the elements of the periodic
World Ocean Day 8 June 2014 Did you know that our oceans hold around 97% of the Earth's water? The remaining 3% can be found as freshwater in glaciers, rivers, lakes, underground and in the atmosphere. On June 8 let's celebrate World Ocean Day
Congratulations Britt Gow, 2014's Top Teacher at the Victorian Education Excellence Awards Meet Britt Gow, Science teacher at a rural P-12 College in South West Victoria and author of the popular Technoscience blog. In 2013, Britt received the “Secondary Teacher of the Year” award in
Raise your voice, not the sea level and help celebrate World Environment Day! Join 3P Learning to celebrate World Environment Day (WED) on Thursday 5 June. World Environment Day is the United Nations’ (UN) day to raise awareness and promote action for the environment.
We are excited to announce the latest release of IntoScience: Version 1.4 IntoScience Release 1.4 has arrived, and with it an abundance of exciting new additions and upgrades to the groundbreaking secondary school science education resource that is IntoScience. Here's a brief summary of
Join 3P Learning in supporting Earth Hour. Everyone has power to make real change and impact the world. Be a part of the world's biggest and most engaging grassroots movement. The best way to get involved is to simply take part in Earth Hour's
The thoughts of writer and educationalist, Victoria Birch, and NSW Minister of Education, Adrian Piccoli. Writer and educationalist, Victoria Birch, explores the worrisome future of maths and science education in Australia, commenting on the 'diminishing pool of qualified graduates' in these subject areas. In