Endangered Mammals: Tasmanian Devil (Year 1 - 4)

Date

Thursday 6 August

Times

2.30pm - 3pm

Cost 

Free

Location

Online

Restrictions

This is suitable for students in years 1 - 4

Student web conference

The Tasmanian Devil is pretty special. Apart from being the largest living carnivorous marsupial in the world, it is a symbol of the Apple Isle, but ‘Taz’ is under threat to its survival. Hear first-hand experiences from a zoo expert about what it takes to protect such a unique and renowned animal.

Register your students and join us live using Adobe Connect on a computer (hooked up to a screen or interactive whiteboard) or electronic device. You will watch a live video stream and will need sound to hear the conversation. Students will be able to type questions via a live chat box - no camera or microphone is required.

This student web conference links to the Victorian Curriculum Levels 1-4: Science.

Students will:

  • Hear from Zoos Victoria’s experts to learn more about the Tasmanian Devil and what can be done to protect it and other endangered species
  • Ask questions stemming from your curriculum focus

Online resources

Register now

Zoos Victoria uses Adobe Connect to deliver web conferences, registered participants will be sent a unique URL prior to the web conference.