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Climate solutions. The power of sewage. 19 August 2022

Hear climate innovators present evidence-based visions of the future. Learn, question, discuss and be inspired by Powerhouse’s 100 Climate Conversations.

Aboriginal Rangers Cultural Restoration Project

Indigenous Rangers in Esperance, WA present their scientific, research, & conservation activities.

Climate solutions. Forests on the edge of the sea. 12 August 2022

Hear climate innovators present evidence-based visions of the future. Learn, question, discuss and be inspired by Powerhouse’s 100 Climate Conversations.

Climate solutions. Our youth, their future

Understand the science, understand the urgency, understand it is our youths’ future

Climate solutions. 17 June 2022

Hear climate innovators present evidence-based visions of the future. Learn, question, discuss and be inspired by Powerhouse’s 100 Climate Conversations.

Climate solutions. Learn to love an octopus

If you learn to love nature you will want to do something to protect it. Part of the 100 Climate Conversation series.

Climate solutions.

Hear climate innovators present evidence-based visions of the future. Learn, question, discuss and be inspired by Powerhouse’s 100 Climate Conversations.

 

National Sorry Day Aboriginal Rangers showcase Koalas

Aboriginal Rangers present their local conservation, research, wildlife, or land maintenance programs, and students can ask questions. Options to automatically create published books.

Climate solutions. The strategy of hope

The strategy of hope that leads to collective action is the key to finding the new normal. Part of the 100 Climate Conversation series.

STEM Careers and baby black holes

Baby black holes and equity, inclusion and opportunity for all with PhD student Kat Ross from Curtin University 

Climate solutions. Urban cooling with Dr Sebastian Pfautsch

Meet Dr Sebastian Pfautsch as he explains how playgrounds and housing can be cooled efficiently and sustainably. Part of the 100 Climate Conversation series.

Aboriginal Rangers Steal Crocodile Eggs & STEAM writing

Conservation or Commerce – Indigenous Rangers in Kakadu National Park, NT present their scientific work, conservation activities, & why they steal crocodile eggs.

Turtles – Aboriginal Rangers & STEAM writing

Indigenous Rangers showcase their local scientific work, conservation activities, and the technologies used for research.

Weird space with Professor Fred Watson Years 4-8

This webinar was recorded live on 18 November 2021 and is now available to view anytime via YouTube. A link to the webinar recording will be sent after you book your place. Suitable for learners in Years 4 to 8.

Upper Primary and lower High school students, join us online to meet a living legend, Professor Fred Watson, appointed by the Australian Government as our first Astronomer-at-large. He will take us on a journey from the basics of stargazing from home to understanding the structure of the Universe. He will explain how unique our Solar System is and what makes Earth a special place that needs our care. Professor Watson will also explore many fascinating questions: what is a star and are there really more stars than grains of sand on all the beaches? Who counted them and how do we know? What is the strangest object in space, and can we be spaghettified?

Biology – The disappearing microbats of Scheyville National Park

Take a virtual tour of Longneck Lagoon EEC, collecting virtual fieldwork data to support your study of Modules 3 and 4 (Stage 6 Biology).

Science – Living World

Take an interactive virtual tour of Longneck Lagoon EEC as you learn about the Living World! Choose from a range of other online, indoor and outdoor learning activities to support your learning.

Biology – The missing Green and Golden Bell Frog

Take a virtual tour of Longneck Lagoon EEC, collecting virtual fieldwork data to support your study of Modules 3 and 4, Stage 6 Biology.

Earth and Environmental Science – Human Impacts on Longneck Lagoon

Take a virtual tour of Longneck Lagoon EEC, collecting virtual fieldwork data to support your study of Module 4, Earth and Environmental Science.

An Australian on Mars

Meet the Australian Deputy Program Scientist, Dr Adrian Brown of the Mars 2020 mission that is exploring our neighbour, Mars. Perfect for those learners curious about investigating our Solar System.

Dynamic Earth

Become a Geologist to dig up the earths secrets.