Teacher Professional Development

Teachers' Environment Network (TEN)

 

Free professional learning events each term for teachers, and a digital newsletter curated with the best grants, resources and events. Our network includes over 100 educators from 40+ local schools - swap expertise, collect sanity-saving hints and have a sticky beak at local schools! Did we mention there is always our special Plum Cake and other treats to replenish our energies?

 

 

UPCOMING TEN PDS:

22 March 2017 Biodiversity and Indigenous Perspectives: A half day workshop (1-4pm) within the St Kilda area

24 May 2017 Waste and Biodiversity 4-5.30pm within the Bayside area

26 July 2017 Energy 4-5.30pm within the City of Port Phillip area. Facilitated by Sustainability Victoria

18 October 2017 Waste 4-5.30pm with the Bayside area

22 November 2017 Beach Citizen Science, waste and water 4 – 5.3pm location TBC

 

These PD's are Free but please RSVP to ten@ecocentre.com including your dietary needs and learning goal if you are interested in attending. The PDs will be hosted by a school in Bayside City Council or City of Port Phillip areas. 

 

ResourceSmart Schools

Our Educators are qualified ResourceSmart Schools Facilitators and Assessors and can work with your school to develop and implement teacher professional development workshops on core, biodiversity, energy, waste and water modules. We can also assist you to develop your core documentation (SEMP, Sustainability Policies and Action Plans) and step your teachers and students through completing the resource module audits (biodiversity, energy, waste and water). 

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The EcoCentre acknowledges the Yalukit Willam clan of the Boon Wurrung language group, traditional owners of the land on which we are located. We pay respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to other Aboriginal and elder members of our multicultural community.
We proudly work in partnership with Aunty Carolyn Briggs and the Boon Wurrung Foundation.