From flyers and posters for the classroom to videos, worksheets, experiment guides ...and more – we have plenty of resources to inspire and support your students in science!
As we adapt to the "new normal", working and studying from home, here are a selection of our favourite online learning resources for all ages.
Understand the links between geography and Covid-19, through the lens of urban design and mobility, in this short presentation by UC geographers Prof Simon Kingham and Dr Lindsey Conrow.
Our chemistry labs are available to schools for NCEA Chemistry 3.1 investigations and Chemistry 3.2 Spectroscopy presentations.
To support Year 12 students studying atomic and nuclear physics, UC collaborates with Rutherford's Den to provide a curriculum-linked set of activities.
A practical activity to reveal how enzymes can be used to cut DNA plasmids in a controlled way, enabling further genetic investigations.
Investigate the production of oxygen via photosynthesis by using encapsulated algae.
A range of teacher resources aligned to the New Zealand curriculum documenting bird life on Rangatira Island in the Chatham Islands.
In this exciting educational game – created by UC scientists – students will take on a variety of different scientific roles in order to help solve the planet’s environmental and energy issues.
Using DEMS, sketches, videos and photos, study volcanic geology across field locations in Iceland with UC volcanologist Ben Kennedy and team. Complete DIY exercises and compare answers with other geologists-in-training.