We are looking forward to sharing our ideas of our recent adventures on Nyoongar country learning about native animals and plants on the Whadjuk Trail.
On the day join CSER Project Officer Robin McKean (WA), CEO Millennium Kids Cat Aniere, and Associate Principal Bunbury Primary School, Franca Dillon, to experience a TEACHER / STUDENT friendly 2020 / AR VR celebration of the NAIDOC theme – Always Was, Always Will Be.
Join us as we acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are calling from and pay our respects to their Elders, past, present, and emerging,
Come and take a virtual look at ways that new technologies are being adopted to share the world’s oldest living culture while also enabling us to travel in time to experience, interact and better understand the ancient Creation, Sky, and Water Stories with a 2020 perspective.
Resource Links will enable you to follow up with digital interactions from anywhere at any time in order to further explore this Cross Curriculum Priority in HASS, STEM, Languages, English, and #SDGs contexts or wherever traditional knowledge and technologies are a good fit for modelling the sustainability of a living future for another 40000 years.
This session is part of the CSER K-12 Digital Technologies webinar series, a free teacher professional development program, funded by the Australian Department of Department of Education, Skills and Employment. For more information visit csermoocs.adelaide.edu.au
Check out the link and register for this free online event.