Video Conferencing for Schools Calendar

The Australian Museum offers a selection of video conferences throughout the year.

Bookings are made with Distance and Rural Technologies

Video Conferencing has provided a great opportunity to have schools link-up with our vast collection, educators and experts: offering interactive learning anywhere and everywhere.

Throughout 2017, the Australian Museum will be running a variety of interactive video conferences, including topics for

  • Clean Up Australia Day
  • NAIDOC week
  • SciFest
  • Earth Science Week
  • ClickFest

There’s something for every school!

Term 1

28 February

Meet Clean Up Australia Co-Founder Kim McKay
Time: 09:30
Overview: Find out more about Clean Up Australian Day with Kim McKay AO. Kim McKay co-founded Clean Up Australia with Ian Kiernan in 1990 following the highly successful Clean Up Sydney Harbour which she helped co-ordinate the previous year.

Clean Up Australia - Catchment Health
Time: 13:00
Overview: Find out how you can get involved in Clean Up Australian Day. The Catchment Health video conference explores how rubbish impacts our freshwater and marine environments. This session looks at the importance of catchments and how everything we do on land has impacts downstream.

Clean Up Australia - Catchment Health
Time: 14:00
Overview: Find out how you can get involved in Clean Up Australian Day. The Catchment Health video conference explores how rubbish impacts our freshwater and marine environments. This session looks at the importance of catchments and how everything we do on land has impacts downstream.

1 March

Clean Up Australia - Catchment Health
Time: 13:00
Overview: Find out how you can get involved in Clean Up Australian Day. The Catchment Health video conference explores how rubbish impacts our freshwater and marine environments. This session looks at the importance of catchments and how everything we do on land has impacts downstream.

2 March

Clean Up Australia - Catchment Health
Time: 13:00
Overview: Find out how you can get involved in Clean Up Australian Day. The Catchment Health video conference explores how rubbish impacts our freshwater and marine environments. This session looks at the importance of catchments and how everything we do on land has impacts downstream.

7 March

Minibeast Magnified
Time: 14:00
Overview: Minibeast Magnified explores the exciting and diverse world of invertebrates. Students will learn how to identify common groups of invertebrates and why they are important. Minibeast Magnified brings the world of invertebrates to your students, engaging them in real science in local environments.

8 March

Minibeast Magnified
Time: 09:30
Overview: Minibeast Magnified explores the exciting and diverse world of invertebrates. Students will learn how to identify common groups of invertebrates and why they are important. Minibeast Magnified brings the world of invertebrates to your students, engaging them in real science in local environments.

21 March

Minibeast Magnified
Time: 09:30
Overview: Minibeast Magnified explores the exciting and diverse world of invertebrates. Students will learn how to identify common groups of invertebrates and why they are important. Minibeast Magnified brings the world of invertebrates to your students, engaging them in real science in local environments.

22 March

Minibeast Magnified
Time: 09:30
Overview: Minibeast Magnified explores the exciting and diverse world of invertebrates. Students will learn how to identify common groups of invertebrates and why they are important. Minibeast Magnified brings the world of invertebrates to your students, engaging them in real science in local environments.
 

All booking can be made through the DART Connections website


Karen Player , Manager Museum Outreach
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