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 Australian Youth Climate Coalition (AYCC) | July 17, 2013
Reality Check: Climate Change. The simple (and sometimes complicated) reality
By CERES Education – Outreach Team | April 29, 2013
The Biodiversity and VELS grid provided above was created by CERES for the DEECD’s Strategic Partnerships program. The suggested activities included in the four VELS and Sustainability matrices (Waste, Water, […]