Where are dinosaurs in Victorian Curriculum F–6 Science?
This resource explores how the context of 'dinosaurs' can be used to teach science content and skills. Although not explicitly in the curriculum, the topic of dinosaurs is an exciting and engaging lens that can be used to teach some of the key ideas of science, particularly that function relies on form. This resource shines a light on where links can be made between the Victorian Curriculum F–10 and the theme of dinosaurs, provides advice on practical hands-on activities as a stimulus for customising your own school program, and examines how activities can be designed to individualise student learning, including for multi-level classrooms.
This resource has been adapted from an online presentation to F–10 Science teachers.
Where are dinosaurs in Victorian Curriculum F–6 Science (pptx - 1.79mb)
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