This resource provides explanations of the key terms encountered when exploring freshwater streams and rivers and native fish. This resource is intended to be used alongside other articles about ...READ MORE
All living organisms on Earth are made up of living cells. All cells fall into one of the two major categories: Prokaryotes – single-celled organisms such as bacteria Eukaryotes – complex cells ...READ MORE
Kei te rauemi nei ētahi whakamārama mō ngā karangatanga matua ka kitea i a koe e tūhura ana i ngā kōawa wai māori, i ngā awa me ngā ika taketake. I whakaritea ai tēnei rauemi kia whakamahia ai i ...READ MORE
The Hub has a very useful collections tool. Hub users who are signed in can access the tool to create their own collections, collaborate on collections, add their own notes (with both a private ...READ MORE
The Science Learning Hub – Pokapū Akoranga Pūtaiao offers a range of opportunities to support teachers’ science teaching and increase their own science knowledge and understanding. These include ...READ MORE
Aotearoa New Zealand is famous for its quirky native birds. Ngā manu, their unique adaptations and the threats they face are common classroom topics. But what about the birds we are likely to ...READ MORE
uLearn is face-to-face in 2023 and has a big, bold vision. This year uLearn is the place to raise the flag around multiple issues of inequity in education. Over two and a half days uLearn will ...
Maurice Gee’s creepy, exciting children’s book Under the Mountain is set on the shores of Lake Pupuke on the North Shore and features shape-shifting aliens hiding under Rangitoto and Maungawhau. All ...
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