An introductory list of online publications for RiverConnect activities, including documents teachers have found useful in the past.
The resources below are provided by third-parties, and will change over time. Reference information is best sourced as you need it, so it is specific to your requirements.
This document was developed to provide detailed information on native flora in the Shepparton Irrigation Region (SIR) and allow easy identification of the varied vegetation covering the region from magnificent River Red Gums, through to sweet-smelling Bursaria, petite Tiny Stars and elusive Blue Caladenia's.
Sustaining River Life is a years K-12 curriculum and activities guide for teachers and natural resource managers. Sustaining River Life is a management, sustainability and environmental education package. The goal is to assist students of any age in developing awareness, knowledge, skills and commitment to result in informed decisions, responsible behaviour and constructive action concerning waterways and the environment.
An audit tool for measuring biodiversity in the school ground and bushland areas. It is intended that the Biodiversity Up Close tool will be used a number of times to provide snapshots of the state of biodiversity over time. It is hoped that this will support long term and short term improvements to be made.The Landlearn Website has many other curriculum activities and teacher resources.
Visy Enviromaniacs is an online environmental Education program for school students of all ages.
Water — Learn it! Live it! is a water education program for both primary and secondary schools. Benefits of being a Water-LiLi School include curriculum resources, free teacher professional development and ongoing support from your local education officer.
The DEPI website has online resources available for Students and Teachers.
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