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Aboriginal Rangers showcase Koala monitoring (Stage 3, Stage 4, Stage 5, Stage 6, TAFE Students, Teacher)
Murray Darling Basin Queensland Aboriginal Rangers present their local conservation, research, and maintenance programs to monitor and save Koalas. Options to automatically create published books.
Recording of the live event on 26 May is available on demand, email your request and I’ll send you the link: [email protected]
Queensland Murray Darling Rangers present 25 min on their Koala work on country.
Rangers discuss the ‘How, What, Why’ of scientific inquiry and demonstrate:
Data collection and analysis,
What can we do?
Authentic Aboriginal Rangers present a mix of live talking and original footage documenting their conservation work, or land/animal monitoring, or seasonal research projects. Plus, rare Indigenous knowledge passed down for thousands of years, cultural stories, and art interpretation.
Participating schools have access to an online workbook, for teachers to automatically collect students’ learning and art into published digital books, online for 1 year.
Opportunities to showcase books and be in the running for ‘Best Book’ monthly competition with technology and cash prizes, eg; November winner.
IS THIS A FREE EVENT? Yes
BROUGHT TO YOU BY: eBookform
There are hundreds of Aboriginal Ranger groups throughout Australia.
Every month 2-6 different Aboriginal Rangers will present unique STEM content and conservation activities in their community.
We will showcase different Aboriginal Ranger groups, regions, and topics. Suggestions welcome.
On Demand (available until: 26-May-2022 02:30PM)
ENLS5-A, ENLS7-A,ENLS-10B, ENLS13-C, ENLS-15D, ENLS6-11
Main KLA, Strand, Sub Strand
Science and Tech » Working Scientifically and Design and Production » Physical World
English » Making meaning through responding and composing » Writing and Representing
HSIE » History » Australian History: Colonials and National (Stage 3 - Year 5 and 6)
Learning Intentions & Success Criteria
Learning Intention: We are learning:
how to conduct scientific research and why it’s important,
some of the methods and technologies used for collecting primary-source data,
about data analysis techniques.
Success Criteria: I can:
understand the importance of scientific inquiry and primary-source content,
generate, discuss, and choose interesting questions to investigate,
use technology as a tool to articulate my learning into a collaborative class digital book.
LI: We are learning:
to value Indigenous STEM and conservation knowledge,
to understand the Australian ecosystem, wildlife, and cultures.
SC: I can:
understand the value of Indigenous knowledge, culture, and arts.
Terms and Conditions
Will This Event Be Recorded?
Registered schools will receive the recording link 1 day after the event.
Joining The Event
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Technology and Materials Requirements
Internet access and device/s to watch recording of live event.
Options to use the eBookform book-creating dashboard to automatically collect up to 100 students’ content into a collaborative class book to showcase students’ learning on Australia’s Aboriginal Rangers & conservation initiatives.
All books are private until shared and published/hosted online for 1 year. Download PDF to print on demand.
Monthly Book Competition.
Judging is done by the FamilyBookform team on every book submitted by the 20th of each month.
Prizes will be paid by the 30th of each month in USD in the US or AUD everywhere else:
$50 Best Collaborative Class Book &
$100 Best Student’s Book (students must be under 18 years old).
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