South West Cleanup concludes 4 May 2011
A few weeks ago Expedition Class documented the South West Tasmania Marine Debris Cleanup as Ninna followed the action with a video camera.
Shortlisted shearwater 4 May 2011
A phone call out of the blue came the other day with a lovely lady advising me I'd been shortlisted for...
Field of Mars event 4 May 2011
For the second year running I'll be heading to Sydney to take part in the Field of Mars Environmental Education Video Conference Festival.
Skullbone applications coming in 4 May 2011
The second stage of the Skullbone project is now complete with students from the four participating high schools filling out their applications.
Crusoe project update 4 May 2011
With less than 3 months until I make like Robinson Crusoe and spear fish for a feed, the student workbooks are nearly complete.
Found an island 11 April 2011
There's been a few developments with the Crusoe Project lately. Firstly, I found an island to fling myself upon in August.
Skullbone update 11 April 2011
The Skullbone program kicked off in earnest last week with visits to Ogilvie, Scottsdale, Ulverstone and Jordan River schools. I went in with a presentation to show students what expeditions can offer. I'm not sure if it was the best approach but...
Nepal expedition for students 11 April 2011
Tasmanian secondary students in Grades 9 and 10 have the opportunity to join a 20-day expedition to Nepal during September this year. Coordinated by Doug Grubert, Assistant Principal of Scottsdale High School, it's going to be a massive adventure!
Tarkine Trails and Ulverstone High 2 March 2011
Last week I received a call out of the blue from Darvis, a director of Tarkine Trails. "How can we help with this project, how do we get involved?" Darvis wanted to know.
Mercury Learning Page- Feb news 2 March 2011
The Mercury NIE is once again supporting adventure learning this year. Damian Bester, Education Services Manager, has been a huge help in spreading the word through Tuesday's learning page. Download last Tuesday's article.