http://www.light2015.org/Home.html

http://www.unesco.org/new/en/natural-sciences/

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World Science Day is a worldwide celebration of science introduced by UNESCO.
World Science Day activities in 2015 is centered around Peace and Development

World Science Day is Tuesday 10th of November

Topics can be anything related to science that will engage, interest and inspire other educators!

Tuesday 10th of November Time: 4.00-5.00
(UT + 12 hrs)

So do join us.

Welcome presenters, this page you can use to communicate with us.
We will be broadcasting from Auckland, New Zealand.
You will join us from where ever you are.

Check the side breadcrumbs for what you need.
Or click and find out more on the Tools Page
www.teachmeetnz.wikispaces.com/teachmeetnz_tool

Check below for the details and tag us on twitter.
For joining us and sharing, you will receive a special presenters badge for your portfolio and a video clip of just you presenting that you can embed back to your blog or wiki.


Session Host: Andrea @soanes_andrea
Support person & Timekeeper: Sonya @vanschaijik
Twitter Broadcaster: Natasha __@missnwalden__
Storify: Natasha @missnwalden
Country
Presenters Name
Topic
Twitter/Facebook
Google+

NZ

__Andrea Soanes__

(Host)

Science Learning Hub: Light

& recent/upcoming changes to the site

@soanes_andrea
__+nzsciencelearn__
NZ
__Dr Michael Harvey__
Light and Time:
An Illuminating Relationship
@Doctor_Harves
__+MichaelHarvey__
NZ
__Rachel Chisnall__
Fireworks: A spark for all sorts of learning
__@ibpossum__
__+RachelChisnall__
NZ
Tony Cairns
Teaching Science with Light, Fun, Work and Play - the science way.
__@tonycairns__
__+TonyCairns__
NZ
__Dr Dave Warren__
How school engagements enhance affective attributes in science courses.
__@DaveDwarren__
__+DaveWarren__
NZ
__Matt Nicoll__
Re-lighting the fire of student interest & learning in science
@mattynicoll
__+MattNicoll__
NZ
__Paula Hay__
The duality of science teaching and assessment
__@heymrshay__
__+PaulaHayNZ__
China
__Emma McFadyen__
A lightbulb moment: Changing perceptions
__@MissEmNZ__
__+EmmaMcFadyen__