Students begin work on a geographical depth study into the causes and consequences of environmental change and evaluate the Parklands management responses for its urban wetland in the past, present and future.
Stage 5 Geography
Environmental Change and Management of Wetland Ecosystem program activities:
Water quality survey to assess storm water quality in the Parklands' pond system
Investigate ponds management practices to determine their effectiveness.
Environmental functions of the environment: source, sink, service, and spiritual and how they relate to the wetlands
Curriculum outcomes and syllabus indicators:
GE5-5 - Assesses management strategies for places and environments for their sustainability
GE5-3 - Analyses the effect of interactions and connections between people, places and environments
GE5-2 - Explains processes and influences that form and transform places and environment
The Education Access Pass Program covers all program and transport costs for schools with an FOEI higher than 125 and community organisations that work with groups in need.
Please contact us directly with the name of the program and your group size and we can help you organise a free program.
This programs is funded through the Legacy Fund of the Centennial Parklands Foundation.
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