Problem-based, Project-based or Challenge-based learning have been popular teaching strategies for several decades. What differentiates them from other methods is the elements of self-directed discovery, inquiry and hands-on nature that […]

Bungee Jumping!

The science of bungee jumping is an engaging way to teach about forces as well as algebra. Modelling a bungee jump with an egg or a Barbie doll has been […]

Robots in the Victorian Curriculum

When it comes to robotics, there is a wide range of ready-made robots that claim to be ‘educational’. But when it comes to spending hard-to-come-by school funds on expensive technology, […]

Drones in the Victorian Curriculum

Activity #1 – Investigate the materials that a drone is made of Drones can be made of various plastics, metals, carbon fibres and include a rechargeable battery that contains chemicals […]