Endangered animals: Good News Stories on Threatened Species Day (Year 5 - 8)

Date

Monday 7 September

YEAR LEVELS

Year 5, Year 6, Year 7, Year 8

COST

Free

LOCATION

Online

AVAILABILITY

Monday 7th September 2:30pm - 3:00pm

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Student web conference

Zoos Victoria is offering free student webinars. While not a tour of the zoo, you will have an expert educator working remotely to talk directly to you.

We hear a lot of doom and gloom about the state of the environment, but there are many good news stories, too. Hear from some of the people who dedicate their careers to bringing endangered animals back from the brink and learn more about what they do. 

This student web conference links to Victorian Curriculum Levels 5-8: Science, Geography, Sustainability and Ethical Capabilities.

Students will:

  • Hear from experts in species recovery about the work they do to save animals from extinction
  • Learn how STEM skills are used to address real-world conservation challenges
  • Have the chance to ask questions stemming from your curriculum focus
  • Increase positive connections with wildlife through empathy and compassion

Register now

This webinar will be run:

  • Monday 7th September 2:30pm - 3:00pm AEST

How to join:

  1. Teachers or parents can register students for the webinar.
  2. If students are joining from their own device, they will enter the email used for registration. When you register, choose an email address that you feel comfortable giving your students.
  3. Your registration email will have everything you need to know and what information to pass on to students.
  4. You and/or your students will need to install the Webex Meetings app.
  5. To join, students will enter their first name, last name, email address of teacher/parent who registered them and the webinar password.

Important notes:

  • The session will open 10 minutes before the scheduled start time
  • Participant mic and video will be turned off
  • Students can communicate with Zoo Teachers by typing in the Q&A