Student self assessments
Your students can complete the online pre-test and post-test student self-assessment forms for this field trip. Once completed you can email email@example.com to have your class submissions extracted and emailed to you. It's OK if just some of your students have filled them in or if they have submitted either self assessment rather than both.
- Teachers can find out more about Mātauranga Māori, the Māori worldview of volcanoes and the journey of Ngatoroirangi in these notes supplied by Sylvia Tapuke - PDF (1.25Mb).
- Generic Planning Sequence for a LEARNZ virtual field trip - Word (610k) | PDF (233k) | Google doc.
- EPIC: Through EPIC The Ministry of Education has paid a subscription on behalf of all registered New Zealand schools to access a range of quality, educational e-resources. For information about how to register with EPIC go to http://www.epic.org.nz/. More information is at https://www.tki.org.nz/epic2. If you are unsure if your school is registered ask your librarian or principal.
- Video question sheet - Word (31k) | PDF (217k) | Google doc to use for each video (based on SOLO Taxonomy).
- Web conference activity: Students can work on this activity while they listen to live or recorded web conferences - Word (25k) | PDF (167k) | Google Doc. Notes from these pages could be shared to help put together the class web conference summary
- Do a class web conference summary. Making a class summary of an web conference is a great way of reviewing the information your students heard. It's easy to do, purely as some text, or as main facts on a picture background. Feel free to use the web conference summary sheet - Word (29k) | PDF (114k) | Google doc. We'd love to share your ideas so please send your class summary to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Remember you can listen to the web conferences again from the audio recordings if you want to gather more information.
- The LEARNZ Team think that joining the NZASE and staying connected through the NZ Science Teacher will help you become a better teacher of science.
- Check out this NCEA Internal Assessment Resource for Geography Level 1 'Applying Spatial Analysis, with direction, to solve a geographic problem using ArcGIS Online'
- Get ready with this household emergency plan - PDF (120k)
- Check out ECLIPSE - 'Eruption or Catastrophe: Learning to Implement Preparedness for future Supervolcano Eruptions' web site.
- Find out more about the Taupō supervolcano on the GNS Science website.
- Go to the East Coast LAB website
- Watch New Zealand's Hidden Megathrust Fault video from GNS Science
- Watch the Earthquake and Faultline Model - Caro Begg demonstrates how to make a simple mechanical model to simulate faults, earthquakes and aftershocks.
- Take a look at the natural hazard resources in the Pond
- Search the National Library for content on natural hazards
- Visit the Earthquake Commission's Educational Site to find out how to prepare for natural hazards
- Visit the Civil Defence 'Tsunami - When Minutes Count' page
- Play the disaster simulation game
- Check out all the material on the Science Learning Hub website
- Find out about landslides on the EQC Landslide page
- Go to the Civil Defence page on landslides
- Watch this clip about the theory of Plate Tectonics from the Discovery Channel Preview Videos
- The GNS Science site has links for educators and students and a wealth of information, including Taupō Volcano
- Check recent earthquakes and volcano alert levels and when and where the latest earthquake occurred on the GeoNet website
- Read The Power of Taupō on NZ Geo
- Try the 'Beat the Quake' interactive game
- Take a look at the Civil Defence site "What's the Plan Stan" to see if you are ready to survive an earthquake
- Check out the learning resources and interactive game "Awesome Forces" on the Te Papa website
- Go to the Earth Learning Ideas website for the latest earthquake, volcano, tsunami and landslide activities