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Join us for a free professional development session to introduce you to our Year 10 package - Global Systems - for the Australian Curriculum.
Date: Thursday 18th of September, 2014
Time: 4pm (sharp) to 5:30pm
Location: Meeting Room at the back of Rockingham IT Solutions, Unit 2, 95 Dixon Road, Rockingham
Parking: Free parking available at the venue (a small amount out front, plenty out back)
Refreshments provided upon arrival.
This session will be very hands-on, allowing you to have a go at many of the activities from the Year 10 package. On the day you will be given copies of all of the resources as well as goodies to take back to your classroom.
* As places are extremely limited please email Jo (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have registered and are no longer able to attend.
** Please note that this session will be repeated, participants should register for only one day.
The Woodside Australian Science Project (WASP) is an initiative supported by Woodside and Earth Science Western Australia (ESWA). The project aims to produce support packages for the Earth Science component of the Australian Curriculum. These packages will be filled with hands-on activities for students, with teacher support materials. As each package is released teacher professional development sessions will be made available to Western Australian teachers.
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Earth Science Western Australia
Earth Science Western Australia (ESWA) is not-for-profit organisation formed to strengthen and support earth science education across Western Australia.