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Dynamic Ecosystems explores three different vegetation communities and challenges VCE students to search for evidence of animals and plants in the Coranderrk bushland using a range of techniques.
Students will undertake fieldwork, recording first hand data related to ecosystems and the relationships between living things that exist within them. Under the guidance of a Zoo Educator they will set up quadrats in the field, complete transects and sharpen their field data skills.
Students will research biotic and abiotic factors in a riparian, floodplain and ridge-top community, revealing how the altering of any single factor impacts upon the ecosystem as a whole.
This program can be used to meet the requirements of the School Assessed Coursework (SAC) and addresses the area of study and outcomes in:
- VCE Biology Unit 2 (Area of study 1: Adaptations of Organisms)
Zoos Victoria Education aligns with best practice teaching and learning strategies for VCE Biology and has a strong focus on collaborative learning and developing inquiry skills.
Our educational experiences cater for students of all learning needs. Multi-sensory and common language is available to EAL and non-verbal students.
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Phone 1300 966 784 (select option 3)
This program takes place at...
- Healesville Sanctuary
- Melbourne Zoo
- Werribee Open Range Zoo