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This is the eNewsletter of Science ASSIST, the free national online advisory service for school science educators and technicians.

Science ASSIST eNews 



Science ASSIST signing off 


Sadly, the Science ASSIST project is now coming to a close and the Science ASSIST team are extremely proud of what they have achieved over the 2.5 years since the Science ASSIST website went 'live'. The team has: There are still a few resources being finalised and these will be available in January 2017. So keep an eye out for them!

ASTA and SETA continue to seek additional funding to continue this valuable project and hope to have some good news as we 'tumble' into 2017! But for now, we are signing off for 2016..... 

Here are some recent answers to questions and some new resources that you may not be aware of. Take a look. :)
 
Q & A Connected Learning Experiences And just published - Guidelines for the design and planning of secondary school science facilities in Australian schools
 
 The Science ASSIST team would like to wish all the Science ASSIST users a very happy and fun-filled holiday. 
Science ASSIST is an innovative national online advisory service for school science educators and technicians. Advice is provided by an expert national advisory team with extensive collective experience across all areas of science. Science ASSIST is managed by the Australian Science Teachers Association (ASTA) in consultation with Science Education Technicians Australia (SETA). It is funded by the Department of Education and Training.
UPCOMING EVENTS


CONTACT US
For more information about Science ASSIST contact Project Manager Delese Brewster on (02) 6282 9377 or
delese@asta.edu.au