# PediaSoft I.T.(Subject Coach)

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**430**Courses**76**Tutorials**0**Subject Listings## Courses

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Water Cycle II | In this lesson we’re going to look at the water cycle in more detail. We’ll explore the different states that water can take on, and how it moves from one state to another. &nbs | More information » |

Water cycle | In this lesson, we’re going to look at the water cycle, and the effects that humans have on it. Let’s start by considering why water is important. It plays a major role in our da | More information » |

Seasons | In this lesson, we’re going to talk about the seasons of the year and what causes the different seasons to occur. A lot of people think that Earth is closer to the Sun during the summer, m | More information » |

Predictable Phenomena | The phenomena we’re particularly interested in are eclipses and the phases of the moon. Eclipses occur when an astronomical object such as the Sun or the moon is temporarily obscured from | More information » |

Energy resources | In this lesson, we’re going to talk some more about renewable and non-renewable energy resources, how we use them and how we can conserve them. | More information » |

Natural Resources | In this lesson we’re going to talk about natural resources. Natural resources are materials or substances that occur in nature, and that people can use. There are only limited amount | More information » |

Organisms of an ecosystem | In this lesson we’re going to look at how the organisms of an ecosystem effect each other. What happens to the other organisms if the environment changes, and some organisms die off? | More information » |

Food Webs | In this lesson, we’re going to talk about food webs. Food webs are made up of a number of different food chains, connected together. You might remember that a food chain is made up o | More information » |

Effects of human activities on habitats and their ecosystems | There are many different ways in which humans can affect the habitats of plants and animals. In this lesson, we’re going to talk about the effects of various human activities on habitats a | More information » |

Trophic levels of food chains | In this lesson, we’re going to talk some more about ecosystems and food chains. In particular, we’ll be interested in the feeding or trophic levels of food chains.As we move up a foo | More information » |

Ecology | In this video lesson, we’re going to talk some more about ecology. In particular, we’re interested in the relationships between organisms within ecosystems. We’ll t | More information » |

Food Chains | In this video, we’re going to talk about food chains. Food chains show the ways in which organisms in a habitat feed: who produces food, and who eats who. For example, krill might ea | More information » |

Scientific naming | In this lesson, we’re going to discuss some of the methods that scientist use to name and identify species. We’ll begin with a brief review of the hierarchical classification system i | More information » |

Classification | We’ll begin this lecture by talking about the reasons why we classify animals and plants. We’ll be particularly interested in classifying animals. Afterwards, we&rs | More information » |

Solar system | In this lesson, we’re going to look at the reasons why our solar system actually is a solar system. Why do the planets orbit the Sun? And why do moons and satellites orbit the | More information » |

Gravity | In this lesson, we’re going to explore the effects of gravity on the Earth. First, we’ll talk about what gravity is, then we’ll have a look at Newton’s law of gravity.&nbs | More information » |

Simple Machines | Our lives are made easier by the use of machines. Machines are energy or force converters. They convert energy of one kind into another, more useful one. In this video lesson, | More information » |

Forces | In this lesson, we’re going to look at what forces are and how they act on objects. We’ll be particularly interested in the common forces that can act on objects, and look at bal | More information » |

Electrical energy | In this video lesson, we will beinvestigating how moving air and water can turn turbines to generate electricityinvestigating the use of solar panelsconsidering whether an energy source is sustainable | More information » |

Earth's surface | Sudden geological changes and extreme weather events can affect Earth’s surfaceIn this video lesson, we will be looking atexploring ways that scientific understanding can assist in natural disas | More information » |

Reversible or irreversible changes to materials | In this video lesson, we will be investigating irreversible changes such as rusting, burning and cookingexploring how reversible changes can be used to recycle materialsinvestigate reversible rea | More information » |

Changes to materials | In this video lesson, we will be coveringwhat happens when materials are mixedinvestigating the solubility of common materials in waterinvestigating the change in state caused by heating and cooling o | More information » |

Biological Sciences: Growth and survival of living things 2 | In this video lesson, we will check out how the growth and survival of living things are affected by physical conditions of their environmentWe will particularly be focusing on researching o | More information » |

Physical sciences: Electrical energy | In this video lesson, we will discuss about The need for a complete circuit to allow the flow of electricityDifferent electrical conductors and insulatorsAnd the features of electrical devic | More information » |

Earth and space sciences: Earthquakes | In this video lesson, we will discuss sudden geological changes and extreme weather events can affect Earth’s surface. Elaborationsinvestigating major geological events such as earthquakes, | More information » |

Biological Sciences: Growth and survival of living things | In this video lesson, we will coverInvestigating how changing the physical conditions for plants impacts on their growth andSurvival such as salt water, use of fertilizers and soil typesObserving the | More information » |

Sun as a provider of energy | In this video lesson we will cover Sun As A Provider Of Energy For The Earth The Sun is the star at the center of the Solar System. The Sun is roughly middle-aged an | More information » |

Solids, liquids and gases | In this video lesson, we will discuss that Solids, liquids and gases have different observable properties and behave in different ways.Elaborationsrecognising that substances exist in different s | More information » |

Living things adapapts well for particular environments | In this video lesson, we will discuss that Living things have structural features and adaptations that help them to survive in their environment. We will generally be exploring general adapt | More information » |

Adaptation | In this video lesson, we will discuss that Living things have structural features and adaptations that help them to survive in their environment Elaborationsexplaining how particular adaptations | More information » |

## Tutorials

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Surveys | A Survey is defined as a research method used for putting together data from a pre-defined group of respondents to gain information and insights on various subjects of interest. Surveys have a range o | More information » |

Probability | In this mini series, you will learn a bit more on the topic of probability, we will cover topics such as RatiosFair diceConditional probabilityMutually exclusive eventsand more | More information » |

Plots | In these chapters you will learn more about HistogramsScatter plotsStem and leaf plots etcthese lessons are for students studying maths in Year 10 or highter | More information » |

Year 10+ Measurement | In these chapters, you will learn more about measurement topics such as Metric numbersSpeedConversionsand several other topics | More information » |

Data | This chapter series is on Data and is suitable for Year 10 or higher students, topics includeAccuracy and PrecisionCalculating Means From Frequency TablesCorrelationCumulative Tables and GraphsDiscret | More information » |

Counting | This chapter series is for Year 10 or higher students, topics includeArranging Objects in LinesFactorialSubsetsFour colour theoremand more | More information » |

Year 10+ Mathematical Modelling | In these chapters you will learn on topics of Mathematical Modelling, there is more to come under this category, these tutorials and activities are to Year 10 students or higher | More information » |

Year 10+ Puzzles | This series of puzzles are for Year 10 or higher students, these puzzles tests your skills and also train you with problem solving and thinking out of the box | More information » |

Year 10+ Plane Geometry | In these chapters you will learn about plane geometry topics such as Area (Irregular polygons, plane shapes etc)PerimeterConic sections (Circle, Ellipse, Hyperbola etc)Polygons (Congruent, polygo | More information » |

Year 10+ Lines and Angles | In this mini book, you will learn aboutAlternate anglesCointerior anglesRadiansVertically Opposite Anglesand several other topics related to lines and angles. | More information » |

Year 10+ Coordinate Geometry | A coordinate geometry is a branch of geometry where the position of the points on the plane is defined with the help of an ordered pair of numbers also known as coordinates. I | More information » |

Year 10+ Constructions | This tutorial will expose you to Rulers and how to use them. We will also have a close look as set square and compass constructions. Your feedback is important to us, if you like any other topic cover | More information » |

Year 10+ 3D Geometry | There are several lessons related to 3D geometry such as Euler's formulaVertices, Edges and FacesVolumes of 3D shapesetcEven though we've titled this lesson series to be more inclined for | More information » |

Prekinder to Grade 2 Mathematics | This mini book covers the core of Math for Foundation, Grade 1 and Grade 2 mathematics including NumbersAdditionSubtractionDivisionAlgebraGeometryDataEstimationProbability/ChanceMeasurementTime&n | More information » |

Math Definitions - Letter Q | The aim of this dictionary is to provide definitions to common mathematical terms. Students learn a new math skill every week at school, sometimes just before they start a new skill, if they want to l | More information » |

Math Definitions - Letter P | The aim of this dictionary is to provide definitions to common mathematical terms. Students learn a new math skill every week at school, sometimes just before they start a new skill, if they want to l | More information » |

Math Definitions - Letter O | The aim of this dictionary is to provide definitions to common mathematical terms. Students learn a new math skill every week at school, sometimes just before they start a new skill, if they want to l | More information » |

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