Based on the successful implementation of the Inquiry for Indigenous Science Students (I2S2) program, the online learning program is accepting expressions of interest from schools.

The online learning program provides teachers and schools with the tools to embed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives into the Australian science curriculum through the use of inquiry learning. The pilot online learning program was completed in Term 4, 2018 with a focus on two inquiries - Year 5: What's Cooking? and Year 7:Throw it Far.

Following the successful roll-out of the pilot program, there are an additional three inquiries offered in 2019 to include Year 6: Let's Stick it Together, Year 8: Fire: A Burning Question and Year 9: Burn and Grow.

The online learning program provides the opportunity for teachers to work through the content at their own pace. It is also designed so that the program is customised to the knowledge and competencies of the participating teachers. The online training component of the program will take around three to four hours to complete. After completing these modules participants will be able to access other inquiries resources and materials.

On completion of the online training participating teachers will have the opportunity to collaborate within an online interactive community and engage further in professional dialogue with other schools participating in the program from across Australia. As part of the implementation of the inquiries, participants will have access to coaching and support from the Online Coordinator. Each inquiry offers teachers and students a unique mix of science and cultural learning opportunities.

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