Best fizzics podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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This Week In Science & Technology, brought to you by the team at Fizzics Education! Each week we take a look back at the hottest yet coolest science stories. From the supersonic to the glacial, from down to earth to out of this world, and from the ancient world to the distant future, Fizzics TWIST has it covered. Hosted by Duncan Bell, Quill Darby, and the entire Fizzics team.
 
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Podcast to support pupils following the SQA Higher Physics course. Episodes contain homework activities, worked homework solutions as short screencast videos and additional materials relevant to the Higher Physics course.
 
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Support for pupils taking the SQA Advanced Higher Physics course.
 
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For educators and teachers working to make STEM amazing... no matter whether you're teaching science in grade 1, running a high school lab or delivering science shows in a museum, this education show helps you teach science & technology the way kids want to learn. The FizzicsEd Podcast brings in educators from across Australia and around the world to talk about tips, tricks, lessons and learnings they've had whilst working with students in the classroom and beyond. Hosted by Ben Newsome, a s ...
 
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Episode 40:In this episode, Tom talks with the founder of Fizzics Education, Ben Newsome. Ben is a pretty interesting guy, and after listening tot this interview you'll probably agree that he... Want to learn about teaching and education in Australia?By AEON@aeon.net.au (AEON.net.au).
 
Fizzics TWIST is back for Episode 9! Don't forget to send us your science questions and we will consult the experts on your behalf! The Fizzics Secret Sound is back, with a TWIST! In Episode 9 we discuss: The ABC’s Stargazing Live has set a new world record for most people simultaneously stargazing! But how many people were involved, what was t ...…
 
Meet Amanda Fox, an amazing educator and expert in digital technology in the classroom. An ISTE Emerging Leader & PBS Digital Innovator, get ready with pen and paper as in this episode you'll learn from Amanda about a bunch of platforms and ideas for using virtual reality in education plus much more! Hosted by Ben Newsome from Fizzics Education ...…
 
About the Youth Eco Summit The Youth Eco Summit is a major environmental education festival held in Sydney Olympic Park. Very much a fixture of the school excursion calendar, the Youth Eco Summit (YES) was awarded the NSW Green Globe Award for Public Sector Sustainability, 2013. The NSW Government’s Green Globe Awards are the leading environmen ...…
 
TWIST is back after our school holiday break! Don't forget to send us your science questions and we will consult the experts on your behalf, and make sure to have a guess at our secret sound of the week! In Episode 7 we discuss: The Great Barrier Reef receives a potentially lifesaving cash injection! Scientists have transferred a memory from on ...…
 
#PrimarySTEMChat comprises a group of highly motivated primary science educators who chat every Thursday night on Twitter about all things primary STEM! Science and digital technology specialist Rachael Lehr drops by to talk about what she knows works in a primary science classroom and the importance of open-ended investigations for growing min ...…
 
Sarah Chapman is on a mission to inspire the next generation of STEM thinkers in QLD and beyond. From setting up the North QLD STEM Hub in Townville to spreading her knowledge gained from her recent Barbara Cail Fellowship into women in STEM, her energy and enthusiasm is infectious. As part of the expert advisory board for Women in Science Aust ...…
 
Dr Linda McIver started out as an Academic with a PhD in Computer Science Education. When it became apparent that High School teaching was a lot more fun, Linda began a highly successful career at John Monash Science School, where she built innovative courses in Computational and Data Science for year 10 and year 11 students. Nominated one of t ...…
 
This week it's a dual interview... one between Tom Gordon who helps anchor the STEMpunk podcast and Ben from the FizzicsEd podcast! Tom Gordon is a highly accomplished science communicator, where his work at Kickstart at the University of Sydney gives him the chance to show high school students what it is really like to run experiments at the s ...…
 
The Sydney Science Festival celebrates and showcases Sydney’s diverse and multidisciplinary science and innovation community through a program of talks by world-leading researchers, hands-on workshops, exhibitions and family events exploring all areas of science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics (STEAM). Today we speak with the even ...…
 
Welcome to Fizzics TWIST (This Week In Science & Technology)! In Episode 5 we discuss: Finding SoFi: Steph traverses the uncanny valley of fish robotics. See a video of SoFi here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCsqaf4RNXk Scientists reckon they’ve discovered a new organ - but how, and why now? Money makes the water go round: How a cash prize ...…
 
From inspiration at school through to developing the next entrepreneurial leaders in STEM, the Warren Centre’s Inclusion² program is designed increase young women's participation and leadership in STEM. Partially funded under the Women in STEM and Entrepreneurship Program as part of the National Innovation and Science Agenda, Inclusion² togethe ...…
 
Students creating museums exhibitions? Love it! In this episode we speak with Sam Leah who is working on "STEAM the Museum", a project where an opportunity class from Sturt Public School are working to create an interpretative robotic display that will tell the story the royal visit of Queen Elizabeth II to Wagga Wagga, NSW. From meshing coding ...…
 
Welcome to Fizzics TWIST (This Week In Science & Technology)! In Episode 4 we discuss: The last male northern white rhinoceros has died, but there may still be hope for the future of the species. How can 3D printing tech help to snuff out poaching? A giant space station is about to crash back down to Earth, so should you be watching out overhea ...…
 
With the goal of inspiring the next generation, the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix has developed the Industry & Innovation Precinct as the destination for students taking part in the Driving Learning education program. Today we chat with Elyse Dawson, the Manager for Industry Integration at the precinct, where we find out how the site's hands- ...…
 
Museum Curator and Interpretive Manager Michelle Johnston drops by to chat about the growing educational opportunities being offered at Kronosaurus Korner, a working museum with nearly 1,150 unique fossil specimens from Richmond and the surrounding areas of northwestern Queensland. From public fossil digs to distance education, Michelle takes u ...…
 
Welcome to Fizzics TWIST (This Week In Science & Technology)! In Episode 3 we discuss: Rise of the machines: Fake news is spreading further and faster than ever before, but can online bots be blamed or are we, normal regulation humans, responsible? Australia is backed up and made a deposit! ...of plant seeds into the Svalbard Global Seed Vault, ...…
 
Welcome to Fizzics TWIST (This Week In Science & Technology)! In Episode 2 we discuss: Brilliant scientists have made animal cells glow 1000 times brighter than ever before! Dr Quill guides us through how and why they did it. Mad scientist Barbra Streisand has cloned her dog! But at what cost?! Seriously though, how much does it cost? Dr. Quill ...…
 
From running science parties across the UK to presenting at TEDx, Marc Wileman from Sublime Science brings a passion for teaching kids critical thinking. In this episode, we chat about just what is important when presenting science to students and how teaching risk-taking can help prepare kids for their future Hosted by Ben Newsome from Fizzics ...…
 
Last year we were privileged to be invited to help judge the Postgraduate Research Forum Speakers at a 3-minute thesis pitch event at the UNSW School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences (UNSW BEES). What a fantastic event! During this jam-packed morning, we got to hear about the amazing and highly varied research that is being condu ...…
 
Ever wanted to bring students to the where the science is actually happening? Jenny Murphy and the team at Latitude Group Travel do exactly that, creating extraordinary student STEM travel experiences to sites across Australia and around the globe. From taking students to high profile sites such as CERN & NASA through to field trips to the Grea ...…
 
Ever wanted to know what it's really like to work at a Dinosaur Museum? Well now's your chance as Education Coordinator & Laboratory Supervisor Steven Rumbold takes you behind the scenes at Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum of Natural History. Situated in the heart of regional QLD, this museum is a thriving research facility where you and your ...…
 
We review the new cod game and Wolter's german pilsner. We also review The Fizzics beer system. Plus we talk about Rick Moranis. Merry Christmas
 
Science experiments for the end of the year! This episode we're having a little bit of fun with the Christmas theme and as such you'll hear about a number of simple science experiments you can run over the holiday break that won't break the budget. Each science experiment is easily accessible from the local shops and have been proven to grab ki ...…
 
Since 2012 the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science has been running a global competition called The Flame Challenge’. Here, scientists from around the world compete to create a compelling visual or written explanation for a scientific concept, whereby entries are judged by thousands of 11 year old children! In this episode we chat with J ...…
 
Dr Simon Crook, Founder of CrookED Science, drops by to discuss his work with schools across Australia in building science capacity. Nominated on the Educator Magazine's Hot List for 2017, Simon reflects on what makes a great science lesson and the importance of working collaboratively. “A former colleague of mine had this phrase ‘engage me or ...…
 
Cherine Spirou and the team at the Lachlan Macquarie College works with hundreds of science teachers across NSW. Working in partnership with the Western Sydney University School of Science and Health, the team puts together a variety of student science events and PLN conferences & meetups, all aimed at accelerating our high schools understandin ...…
 
Cherine Spirou and the team at the Lachlan Macquarie College works with hundreds of science teachers across NSW. Working in partnership with the Western Sydney University School of Science and Health, the team puts together a variety of student science events and PLN conferences & meetups, all aimed at accelerating our high schools understandin ...…
 
Ally Watson co-founded Code like a Girl after experiencing first-hand the barriers women have in the male-dominated computer science and developer industry. Code like a Girl aims to change the playing field, with a strong focus on mentoring girls in coding and computational thinking in a creative environment that sparks a love of logic and lead ...…
 
We speak with Neil Bramsen, recent winner of the 2017 Prime Minister’s Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching in Primary Schools and Assistant Principal at Mt Ousley Public School in NSW. From students counting birds for citizen science to using drones & robotics, Neil’s passion for STEM clearly shines through! Neil Bramsen is a 2013 Churchil ...…
 
Little Scientists Australia is a nation-wide accelerator program for preschool teachers wanting to make STEM shine for early learners. Funded by the Australian Federal Government and supported by PwC, the Little Scientists team is helping prepare young minds by building capacity. “Am I actually looking at the world with open eyes? How many ques ...…
 
Hundreds of educators & innovators converged on Melbourne’s Royal Melbourne Exhibition Building to challenge thoughts & create new ideas around how we all can support schools to extend students learning. Since the launch of EC14, Educhange has rapidly grown into the most exciting education event in Australia! Supported by the Education Changema ...…
 
Even the best science & technology centers in the world need a support network. Ann Hernandez drops by to discuss how the Association of Science-Technology Centers helps over 600 members across 50 countries make their exhibitions even more interactive and engaging than ever for ages young and old. “It’s a sense of membership, a sense of ownersh ...…
 
Karen Taylor-Brown drops by to share how Refraction Media's Careers with STEM and Careers with Code publications are helping students learn about what really is available to them once they leave high school. We also discuss ways that your students can get involved in submitting articles to science publishers and how to grab the attention of the ...…
 
Steve Sherman, TEDx speaker & Director of Living Maths, shares his highly student-centred approach to teaching mathematics & logical reasoning. In many ways it’s not about how integers are moved in equations, it’s about producing a learning environment that students can thrive in. “How are you going get students to fall in love with mathematics ...…
 
Use the attached file to help with revision for your test on Monday. Start at the beginning of the booklet and read up to the end of page 41. Thanks to Mr Noble for sharing his notes. 🙂
 
Meet Deb and Jaimie Cook, two highly motivated educators who are putting together the Gympie Bone Museum Project in QLD. This is on top of running two successful STEM businesses in Dissection Connection and RockHoundZ! “Every kid says to me I’ll have to have a dig pit! So, I’ll be having some sort of a sandbox where they can get in and dig out ...…
 
Chatting with Timothy Smith & Stephanie Terwindt about their student experiences in the National Youth Science Forum and how it helped their now awesome careers in STEM! While the content of the NYSF program has changed over the years, the impact of the experience is clearly still relevant. This episode looks at the positive impact that this en ...…
 
Bringing students to Space Camp USA opens up new horizons for students interested in STEM! In this episode, we talk with One Giant Leap founder Jackie Slaviero and the newly announced student ambassador Emily Rozanc about the enormous opportunities that Space Camp brings. From meeting NASA astronauts and flight directors through to training on ...…
 
Different episode! This time we bring you to the Innovation Games where the last day of National Science Week finished with a bang in the heart of Sydney Olympic Park on Sunday! With help from Federal Government via Inspiring Australia and the NSW State Government, the Innovation games concluded the Sydney Science Festival with flare as more th ...…
 
Hidden in the heart of UNSW is the Museum of Human Disease, a fascinating site filled with over 3000 unique specimens for students study and for the public to check out. Recently named one of the city’s treasures by the Sydney Morning Herald, the museum is part of the school of medical sciences and provides information to the public about healt ...…
 
Fizzics Waytap (USA Link) - http://amzn.to/2w1FCGMFizzics Waytap (International) - http://geni.us/JtonBEiThe Fizzics Waytap enhances your beverage by introducing what they cal "micro-foam". It's true, the Fizzics does create a creamier, denser tasting beverage compared to what comes straight from the bottle or can.FOLLOW ME IN THESE PLACES FOR ...…
 
A botanic garden is more than just a collection of pretty flowers; they’re a living laboratory used by botanists, plant pathologists, historians, geologists, students and more. In this podcast Mary Bell tells us how students can learn about our landscapes, vegetation and heritage whilst visiting one of Australia’s premier outdoor spaces. From t ...…
 
Learning by doing is by far the best way for kids to learn skills for life. At the Ann Arbor Hands-on Museum, the Corrina Strecker and the team have created an immersive STEM environment that captures kid’s imaginations and teaches families valuable lessons in creativity, exploration and collaboration. From interactive water play through to Hal ...…
 
From shipwrecks & salvage to ship engines and sails, the maritime heritage of every country affords a context that students of all ages can relate to. We chat with Anne Doran, an education officer at the Australian National Maritime Museum and find out how her background as a teacher librarian and gallery attendant has helped her craft marine s ...…
 
Ex Science teacher turned entrepreneur Ben Newsome reveals the marketing ideas that helped him build an empire| The secret to finding anyone’s email address | How to never run out of solid content ideas | How a little black dress lead to a big idea. Today on your favourite marketing podcast, successful business owner is Ben Newsome of Fizzics E ...…
 
No matter what topic your class is studying, you can connect your students with experts from around the globe in museums, science centers, zoos, aquariums and more using conferencing technology. Jan Zanetis, ISTE Board Director and the Executive Director for the Center for Interactive Learning & Collaboration discusses how schools are using thi ...…
 
When it comes to design thinking, having students create 3D objects that solve a real-world problem is pretty close to a perfect lesson. In this talk with Mandi Dimitriadis from Makers Empire we discover just how far 3D printing has come (you can even print in chocolate!) plus the critical importance of project-based learning in allowing studen ...…
 
Working with disadvantaged communities can be challenging yet incredibly rewarding. Meet Gavin Robertson, Ali Faraj and Emad Elkheir from the GWS Giants, a major football team who is not only kicking goals on the field but is also working tirelessly with schools, libraries, charities and more to unearth the biggest issues facing youth, families ...…
 
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