Are you a student?Are you a teacher?

Welcome to the most comprehensive online website for high school Science Years 7-10 covering the Australian Curriculum. This site is free to all Australian students and teachers and presents science in an engaging, guided inquiry-based approach to lift student interest and understanding.

Click on the appropriate button above ‘Are you a student?’ or ‘Are you a teacher?’ and logon (or register).

For further information about the registration process see this video.

For more information about the Science by Doing program click on the buttons below.

Accessing the website

More information about Science by Doing

New curriculum unit format

Each of the 16 curriculum units is now in the revised format with a much improved navigation approach and incorporated student e-Notebook.

This new format has been extensively trialed and refined and the feedback from teachers and students has been very positive.

To examine the features of the new curriculum format, see the film clip New unit format.

New unit format

Independent Evaluation of Science by Doing Stage 4

Professor Peter Aubusson and his research team from the University of Technology Sydney have completed an extensive evaluation of Science by Doing Stage 4.

According to the evidence gathered from teachers and students the Science by Doing program has had a very positive impact on teaching and learning. Students said they enjoyed learning science using the Science by Doing resources.

A summary of the evaluation report is found here – UTS Evaluation Summary.

If you wish to download the full report click on UTS Evaluation Report 2018.

New Professional Learning Module

A new professional learning module Science as a Human Endeavour has been released.

This eagerly awaited module provides new insights into the third strand of the Australian science curriculum with numerous practical examples linked with the Science by Doing curriculum units.

Unlike the previous modules this module is presented in a complete web-based way with text, web clips and interactive items embedded in the module. In time previous modules will be revised and presented in this web-based format.