Developed for teachers, these lessons offer intermediate age students an engaging and interactive way to learn about Aotearoa’s wild and mild weather and climate patterns.
Rangi is an online weather and climate curriculum for teachers.
The lesson packages were co-developed between NIWA’s climate researchers and meteorologists, and teachers and students from a group of West Auckland intermediate schools. Rangi (meaning weather or sky in Te Reo Māori) is designed to offer intermediate age students an engaging and interactive way to learn about Aotearoa’s weather and climate, inspiring children to consider a future career in a STEM-related field. Rangi is supported by MBIE’s Unlocking Curious Minds contestable fund.
Each lesson contains a teaching resource package with theory, videos, activities, experiments and quizzes.