Students must be willing participants in their education, and we have a few ideas on how to help them feel motivated.
Want the latest guidelines on dealing with allergy? Want the latest listings for new camps and excursions? Want to know how to make billy tea and damper around the campfire?
The Australian Directory of School Activities, Excursions and Accommodation is your one-stop resource for keeping you and your school in the loop – so you can plan fabulous and awe-inspiring excursions and camps!
Want to capture the magic of camp on movie and incorporate it into a fun learning experience? Our guide will help your master the ins and outs of video filming, so that you and your students can hone your inner Spielberg, Scorsese and Scott with confidence.
It’s no secret that our emotional state can affect our learning abilities, and although a bit of anxiety about an exam or upcoming assignment is normal, when that stress builds up too much, it can hinder our ability to take in, process, and store new information.
Watching TV in school might sound like a bad idea. Granted, in my own school days, the only time teachers let us watch movies was at the end of term as a treat, not for educational purposes.
School camps, school excursions and road trips with a busload of energetic students can be challenging, to say the least. Forget headphones and some quiet time – you will need to stay on your toes to keep your students positive, focussed ... and in their seats!