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Below we share our thoughts on pedagogy and inquiry-based STEM learning. Join us in investigating questions like: How can I provide good mathematical learning when my own experience of the subject in school was so negative? Or how does STEM help to grow children’s self-confidence?

If you are interested in more in-depth discussions of a variety of topics relating to early childhood education, have a look at our upcoming STEM Hour webinars.

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This is NOT a dinosaur

Not all fossils are dinosaurs. Not all animals that lived millions of years ago were dinosaurs. What makes a dinosaur a dinosaur? How can you distinguish them from other species?

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Integrating Indigenous perspectives

Integrating Indigenous perspectives into early childhood environments brings benefits for all children, as well as educators. Some ideas may help shape a more holistic approach.

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What to do with a dinosaur question

It is possible to take an inquiry-based approach to factual dinosaur questions. Hayley demonstrates how facts don’t have to end the questioning but rather start new conversations.

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Dinosaurs: Facts vs process

Many children are interested in dinosaurs. Rather than just giving them facts, how can we integrate their questions into a meaningful inquiry-based learning environment?

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