As part of our EAL program, Glendal has started a little garden space to help to teach these children about gardening to tie in with the topic of ‘things we do’. This hands on form of learning is very powerful for EAL students and is proving hugely popular and successful.
EAL Garden at Glendal
By CERES Education – Outreach Team | May 1, 2013
‘As Science Turns its Attention to Feeling’ by Ken Robinson Written for the Huffington Post, Posted: 1/13/12 Original text: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sir-ken-robinson/science-feeling-mindful-living_b_1205675.html Ken Robinson’s website: http://sirkenrobinson.com/ Science is now discovering what artists have long understood: […]
By CERES Education – Outreach Team | January 30, 2017
VCAA have now published the curriculum mapping and overview statements of the sustainability cross-curriculum priority in the new Victorian Curriculum F-10. Click here to check out the cross-curriculum priorities in […]