Christine Freeman | Principal, NSW Environmental Education Centres
NSW Department of Education |

Christine Freeman, Principal, NSW Environmental Education Centres, NSW Department of Education

Christine is a trained Geography teacher and is the current Principal at Rumbalara EEC, Gosford. She has been teaching sustainability & environmental education for over 20 years and is one of the coordinators for the Central Coast Environmental Education Network. One of Christine’s priorities has been the meaningful integration of technology into field work.

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Day 1 @ 16:00

Virtual fieldwork. Next best thing to being there!

What is virtual fieldwork, and how can you use it for deep learning and assessment?Join Chris Freeman and Pat Spiers from the NSW Environmental Education Centres (EECs) as they:
  • Introduce the extensive K-12 catalogue of virtual fieldwork and other online resources available from NSW EECs.
  • Discuss examples of how schools have programmed and assessed using these resources.
  • Share practical strategies for teachers and students who want to make their own virtual fieldwork.
  • Discuss challenges, solutions and opportunities such as differentiation needs, disrupted learning continuums, digital equity, cross-KLA integration and choosing success criteria.
WHY ATTEND?
  • FIND the right resources for your learning needs when you can’t go on an excursion or you want to add value to your excursion experience
  • UNDERSTAND what is virtual fieldwork and how to confidently integrate it into your programming and assessment.
  • LEARN how to plan, scope and sequence your own virtual fieldwork experiences
  • FIND OUT how teachers and students can easily integrate maps, text, timelines, data, photo albums, games, surveys, soundscapes, 360 photography, narration, documents and video using google sites.
  • GET HELP WITH identifying and articulating your programming needs to your friendly local Environmental Education Centre
last published: 29/Oct/20 05:25 GMT
last published: 29/Oct/20 05:25 GMT
last published: 29/Oct/20 05:25 GMT

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