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Teaching Stage 4 Science with Atomi

A practical guide to help you incorporate Atomi in your teaching instruction.

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Written by Tom O'Donahoo
Updated over a week ago

What's in this course?

Engaging, curriculum-specific content

This course contains interactive lessons including videos, text snippets and quizzes, backed by the latest research and always specific to the NSW curriculum. Lessons are easy to understand and engaging from start to finish.

Focus on application

Interactive lessons equip students to understand key concepts in depth and apply them to real-life scenarios, problems and practical experiments. Students learn to combine theory, application and key practical skills to think scientifically in the classroom and beyond.

How can I use this course with my class?

Atomi can be used in so many ways to complement your teaching instruction. Some popular uses include:

  • Play an Atomi video at the start of class to introduce a new topic

  • Create tasks by combining Atomi content and your own resources to make powerful and engaging in-class activities

  • Create revision sessions as practice tests to help students revise

Below are more examples of how Atomi can be used with your Science class.

Use Atomi to introduce lessons

Science teachers love using our interactive lessons as engaging introductions to a lesson. For example, teach students the key concepts by completing our interactive lesson on Classification Keys at the beginning of class. Then, ask students to make their own classification key individually and identify organisms for the rest of the class.

Use Atomi to achieve a better balance of theoretical and practical content

Try flipping the classroom by assigning students theoretical Atomi lessons to complete before class, such as Chromatography. Then, you can spend the entire class putting the concepts into action by splitting up coloured mixtures like dyes.

Use Atomi to provide skills and assignment support

On top of our theoretical lessons, we also have an entire module on Science inquiry skills. You can complete these lessons in class before doing practicals (such as this lesson on Bunsen Burners). Or, you can assign them for homework if you notice a student is struggling with a particular area of their research project, such as Drawing Conclusions.

Keen to get started?

Jump back into Atomi to find a great lesson to share with your class.

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