eBook: Be Amazing! How to teach science, the way primary kids love.

via PDF, EPUB & MOBI file

 “An awesome new asset for teachers, written by an awesome science teacher!” 

Aaron Tait.
Director of Innovation, Education Changemakers 

 "I wish I had this book  when I was training as a science teacher. Ben will inspire a whole new generation of science educators and their students"

Vanessa Barratt
Science Communicator

 "If you've been looking for a way to bring science to life in your classroom, then grab a copy of this book"

Marc Wileman
TEDx speaker, Dragons Den winner & Sublime Science Founder

Teach science the way they love!

From engaging science experiments, effective role-play scenarios and useful digital technologies through to intriguing Maker spaces, colourful science fairs and community collaboration in your school, there are so many ways that you can be the spark that ignites a passion in students for understanding how the world works. This book takes you through the practical and realistic ways you can teach the kind of science that kids care about!  

Discover how to address students? science misconceptions, teach science with limited resources and ensure primary students can work to the scientific method in fun challenges where they can explore science in meaningful ways they’ll remember.  It’s time to reinvigorate your love of teaching and bring about sustained active learning. Your classroom can become a glowing example of how to engage students in STEM and a beacon for the greater community. It’s not just about teaching, your job is to inspire!  

The book was written with a real passion for both science and teaching. The techniques are tested and proven, the results for your students will be outstanding! It’s time to shine in your classroom and even in community events, so your students can understand how science affects how the world works, maybe one day they can make a significant scientific contribution thanks to you and the spark you helped ignite.

NB: The author is Australian and as such uses British English (BE) spelling

What is contained?

Ben Newsome CF

Ben Newsome founded Fizzics Education to deliver science education across Australia, having now reached 3 million kids since 2004. 
He has worked in hundreds of schools & early learning centres, has presented countless preschool teacher professional development programs and is a regular speaker at teaching & learning conferences.

He is a qualified science teacher, 2013 Churchill Fellow, 2020 AMP Tomorrow Maker, 2015, 2016 & 2018 Australian Small Business Winner for Children’s Education Services and the receiver of both the 2023 University of Technology Sydney Chancellor’s Award for Excellence and the Faculty Award of Excellence for Science plus several Pinnacle Awards from the Center for Interactive Learning & Collaboration.

Ben is a former educator leader for the International Society for Technology in Education, a board member for Educating 4 Leadership, is an advisory board member of the Center for Interactive Learning & Collaboration and an Ambassador for the Association of Science Education Technicians NSW.

He is also the author of ‘Be Amazing! How to teach science the way primary kids love’ & the host of the FizzicsEd Podcast.

Heather Catchpole

Refraction Media

“This is by far the most engaging, cutting-edge and practical science book I’ve come across. Packed with eye-popping experiments, handy tools, great ideas and grounded in years of practical, down-to-earth educator insight from author Ben Newsome, this is a simple, fun and detailed, one-stop guide to creating an amazing STEM classroom."

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    • 311 pages
    • Teaching tactics
    • Variables & Fair Testing
    • Leveraging technology
    • Student perceptions of science
    • Creative stimulus ideas
    • Engaging the community
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