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A science coordinator describes how mentoring can be used to engage students in exciting scientific programs to establish a strong scientific learning approach. The clip demonstrates the numerous projects undertaken through the Science Horizons program that provide hands-on opportunities for students to engage with science. The benefits for both teachers and students from establishing links with universities, community and industry are also featured.
Newton Moore High School is located in Bunbury in Western Australia and has approximately 620 students. The school has a strong commitment to innovation through the implementation the development of future-focused learning programs and is a Pathfinder School within Microsoft's Partners in Learning program. A strong motivation behind all decisions, is the school’s unwavering commitment to its students, parents, teachers and community to prepare students for the 21st century by embracing technology. Strong links with a range of partners within the education community - parents, government and non-government agencies, industries and local schools -support these programs.
  • In what ways might links with industry and the community enhance teaching and learning at your school?
  • How can school leaders empower colleagues to incorporate resources and strategies in differentiated teaching programs?
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Offline package - Leading a science program