Gibberagong EEC, together with the Environmental and Zoo Education Centres (EZEC’s) have produced a series of high quality virtual field trips to support students working from home.
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The new virtual excursion resource enables students to study the Landscapes and Landforms content area using West Head and surrounds as a case study. The resource includes maps, 360 images and videos that provide an opportunity for students to identify the landforms, learn more about the geomorphic processes that shaped the area and the value of the area to Aboriginal peoples.
This virtual fieldwork program supports Stage 4 Science, with activities that provide students with an opportunity to engage in the Living World strand and use scientific inquiry to process and analyse data in the mangrove ecosystem.
This virtual fieldwork program supports Stage 4 Geography, with activities that provide students with an opportunity to use geographical tools to acquire and process geographical information.
This is a virtual fieldwork program to support the Year 11 Biology syllabus: Module 3 – Biological Diversity and Module 4 – Ecosystem Dynamics.
This is a virtual fieldwork program to support Module 3 and 4 of the Year 11 Biology syllabus: Module 3 – Biological Diversity and Module 4 – Ecosystem Dynamics.
The Environmental and Zoo Education Centre network (EZEC) has created virtual resources for schools to support teaching and learning from home.
Designed by teachers from 25 centres across the state, there are 7-12 resources available across a host of different subjects, including science and geography.
As part of a grants project funded by the department, the following resources have been created by Field of Mars Environmental Education Centre and Observatory Hill Environmental Education Centre. Use these online resources in part or in full to support student learning in Stage 6 geography.