The Antarctic Experience takes students and teachers behind the scenes at three of Australia's top climate research facilities in Hobart to meet with scientists, be involved in live video links with Antarctica and get up to date with climate research. Visits to the labs of AAD (Australian Antarctic Division), CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation) and IMAS (Institute for Marine and Antarctic Research) are available as well as an opportunity for teachers and students to take part in a flight over Antarctica itself.
North West Tasmanian schools have been getting involved in field trips to survey for the elusive Central North Burrowing Crayfish. Dive into a muddy swamp with us and see what we've been finding.
Another extreme beach cleanup in South West Tassie with 'The Cleanup' team will be reported here from 1st March 2018. Schools can organise their own coastal or river cleanup and share their rubbish with us too!
The Fiji Power 2017 competition winners were Gabby and Ella from Taroona High School in Tasmania. They went to Fiji in October to help run a renewable energy program in Fijian Villages, schools and medical centres along with the winning teacher Elizabeth White from St Clare's College in the ACT and her two "runner up" students Alex and Tia.
We love science and environmental education so much that we share it with classrooms everywhere... like you’ve never experienced it before. Students engage with researchers and adventurers through Australian Curriculum aligned online lessons. Some will even end up on the ground in Fiji, flying over Antarctica or stomping around the bush in Tasmania.