CREEC facilitates professional learning for teachers through establishing key partnerships with government, non-government and community groups.
Sustainable Schools WA South Metro Regional Network 2019
Supporting education for sustainability in school communities, teachers can join a like-minded group open to sharing sustainable ideas and resources as a key context for teaching and learning. This network meets once a term at 3.45pm to 5.30pm as follows
- Term 4: Tuesday 5 November
Interested teachers are welcome to attend. Contact CREEC on 9461 7160 or email@example.com for more information or click here to to find out more about Sustainable Schools.
Sustainable Schools WA Professional Learning Workshops
Suitable for primary and secondary school staff, this workshop introduces classroom teachers, school administrators and other school staff to the Sustainable Schools WA planning framework which supports sustainable education. Participants are provided with valuable tools and an action checklist for working towards becoming a sustainable school.
Telling Canning River stories, this is a valuable opportunity to hear from an experienced Aboriginal educator about the importance of the Swan-Canning River to the Nyoongar people. Suitable for both primary and secondary teachers, valuable resources and curriculum links are provided.
Canoeing on the Canning
A professional development day for teachers, youth group leaders and community members, teachers can go on a journey of discovery through this unique region by canoe and on foot. Beginning at Riverton Bridge, the canoeing takes teachers down the river to Kent Street Weir and back.
Friday 25 October | 8am to 3.45pm | Cost: $55
To register or for more information contact: SERCUL on 9458 5664
Catchments, Corridors and Coasts 2020 - Registrations now OPEN!
21-23 January 2020
Registrations are now open for the 2020 Catchments, Corridors and Coasts! This three day workshop provides a snapshot of environmental education in Western Australia from our vast Catchment, through our winding Corridors to our spectacular coast. This is a fantastic opportunity to network and focuses on learning through experience and skill development, while also reflecting on the synergies between the environmental education practitioners in WA.
Head to the AAEE WA website for program details and to register at: http://www.aaeewa.org.au/documents/CCCBrochure2020Interactive.pdf