Place and Liveability
This interactive virtual fieldwork presentation covers the Stage 4 Geography Syllabus topic place and liveability. Students will virtually visit Harold Park and The Bays Precinct and be guided by experienced DoE geography teachers to answer a Key Inquiry Question; ‘What approaches can be used to improve the liveability of places’? Students will use the Harold Park and Rozelle Bay sites to:
• identify characteristics of places considered highly liveable
• examine a range of strategies to enhance liveability
• assess the role of governments, non government organisations, communities and individuals in enhancing liveability
• propose strategies to improve liveability of a place in Australia
Students can use the webinar to develop a plan to transform an area in the Bays Precinct into a more liveable place. The webinar follows DoE online safety protocols. A student worksheet is provided and a comprehensive support website.
Live Event - By Request
Observatory Hill EEC Staff
$30 for DoE schools and $40 for Non DoE schools
Requirements for this excursion
Participants require internet and Zoom access. All learning materials will be provided.
Testing and Support
Contact Observatory Hill EEC on 9247 7321 for technology support.
For more information about this excursion content
Name: Glen Halliday
Email: [email protected]
DoE schools will be interschool journaled after the event. Non DoE schools will be invoiced.
Cancellations need to be made within 1 week of the date of the webinar or a cancellation fee $30.00 per class will be charged.