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These New Zealand projects span decades of work, and some have provided remarkable resources, such as the [[:Category:Phil Bendle Collection|Phil Bendle Collection]] and the Jim Schultz Ferns (in the [[:Category:Resources|Resource Centre]]). The '[[:Category:Curious Minds|Curious Minds]]' projects are current Participatory Science Projects funded by MBIE and run as partnerships between schools and scientists.     
 
These New Zealand projects span decades of work, and some have provided remarkable resources, such as the [[:Category:Phil Bendle Collection|Phil Bendle Collection]] and the Jim Schultz Ferns (in the [[:Category:Resources|Resource Centre]]). The '[[:Category:Curious Minds|Curious Minds]]' projects are current Participatory Science Projects funded by MBIE and run as partnerships between schools and scientists.     
 
    
 
    
The 'Index page' will assist you to find suitable teaching topics and education levels for your class.   
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The [[:Category:Guide for teachers to science projects|Guide for teachers to science projects]] will assist you to find suitable teaching topics and education levels for your class.   
  
If you have run a citizen Science project we invite you to add it to this page. Login at top right, or join the wiki project. The '[[Help:Training Centre|Training Centre]]' has some useful pages to show you how edit and contribute. The pages of Taranaki projects are listed below. To edit an existing project or add a new one, use this [[Form:New projects or updating projects|template form]].   
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If you have run a citizen Science project we invite you to add it to this page. Login at top right, or join the wiki project. The '[[Help:Training Centre|Training Centre]]' will then be visible with some useful pages to show you how edit and contribute. The complete list is seen below.    
 
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Click on this map to go to the interactive display for all Taranaki schools, the Curious Minds projects and the participants.[[File:CitSciHub MapThumb.png|300x300px|right|CitSciHub map thumbnail|link=https://maps.main.net.nz/index.php/view/map/?repository=citsciproj&project=CitSciProj&layers=BFTTTTT&bbox=1499305.120593%2C5520318.093869%2C1945906.13342%2C5773998.66918&crs=EPSG%3A2193&layerStyles=school%3Adefault%3BCurious_Minds_Projects%3Adefault]]
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Click on this map to go to the interactive display for all Taranaki schools, the Curious Minds projects and the participants.  
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[[File:CitSciHub MapThumb.png|200x200px|CitSciHub map thumbnail|link=https://maps.main.net.nz/index.php/view/map/?repository=citsciproj&project=CitSciProj&layers=BFTTTTT&bbox=1499305.120593%2C5520318.093869%2C1945906.13342%2C5773998.66918&crs=EPSG%3A2193&layerStyles=school%3Adefault%3BCurious_Minds_Projects%3Adefault]]

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CitSci projects

These New Zealand projects span decades of work, and some have provided remarkable resources, such as the Phil Bendle Collection and the Jim Schultz Ferns (in the Resource Centre). The 'Curious Minds' projects are current Participatory Science Projects funded by MBIE and run as partnerships between schools and scientists.

The Guide for teachers to science projects will assist you to find suitable teaching topics and education levels for your class.

If you have run a citizen Science project we invite you to add it to this page. Login at top right, or join the wiki project. The 'Training Centre' will then be visible with some useful pages to show you how edit and contribute. The complete list is seen below.


Click on this map to go to the interactive display for all Taranaki schools, the Curious Minds projects and the participants.

CitSciHub map thumbnail