SCINEMA: Putting Science in the Cinema

Bring SCINEMA To Your Classroom or Livingroom SCINEMA is the largest international science film festival in the southern hemisphere, showcasing the best science feature, documentary, animated and experimental films from filmmakers around the world. You can see a selection of … Continued

SCINEMA 2020: Student Workshop 3

Best for: Yr 7-9 students (but adaptable for others) Welcome to the third SCINEMA Student Workshop of 2020. This session is designed for you to complete with your classes. There is a video to watch that directs students through the … Continued

Professional Development: Using SCINEMA in your classroom

In June, we hosted a virtual professional development session for STEM educators, to show how to use SCINEMA International Science Film Festival films and associated educational resources with your classes. During the session, we previewed a film from this years festival … Continued

In Class With… Climate Special

Get access to the biggest STEM names and brightest minds with our In Class With... series. To young people, the changing climate is an ongoing source of anxiety. They are bombarded with devastating news and statistics almost daily, and are … Continued

How to argue better about the environment (or anything else)

Learn how to argue better with this approach from a social psychologist, two ecologists and a cartoonist. This quirky comic-style article would be great to introduce students to positive debate in STEM and so would work well across all sciences … Continued

Scientists probe the ethical and scientific dangers of gene-edited babies

Topics: Biological Sciences - Cells, The Body, Genetics Additional: Careers, Technology, Engineering Concepts (South Australia): Biological Sciences - Form and Function, Diversity and Evolution Years: 10, Senior Science Scientists don’t really get the female brain – and it’s a problem … Continued