Teaching for Tomorrow

Teaching for Tomorrow: is an adaptable program, inline with the Australian Curriculum that will upskill your teaching staff in the Landcare, sustainability and environmental science topics.

This component of our education program provides professional development for teachers and interested community members. Discover exciting and innovative ways to meet your curriculum requirements and prepare your students to live a sustainable lifestyle. hi-pd

What do I get?

Teaching for Tomorrow training sessions provide participants with hands on experiences and practical ideas for projects, as well as enough theoretical background knowledge of the topic to enable you to teach it with confidence.

All participants will take home practical resources including a range of curriculum-linked activities.

Who should attend?

Although designed for teachers, members of the broader school community such as grounds staff, teacher aides and parents are encouraged to attend.

When and where?

Workshops can be delivered on a range of topics and tailored to suit your school. Most workshops are two hours long and we are happy to run these after school hours. Costs will vary depending on number of participants. To arrange a workshop at your school please contact QMDC on 07 4637 6200 or shelleyp@qmdc.org.au.

Upcoming Events

28th Vertebrate Pest Conference

26 February 2018

Registration is open for the 28th Vertebrate Pest Conference in Rohnert Park, California.  Visit the website here + read more

Fishing for our Region's Future - Community Briefing

26 February 2018

Do you love to fish and think carp are a problem in your community? Would you like to see higher numbers of native fish thriving instead? Queensland Murray-Darling Committee and the National Carp Control Plan are hosting…  + read more

Fishing for our Region's Future - Community Briefing

28 February 2018

Do you love to fish and think carp are a problem in your community? Would you like to see higher numbers of native fish thriving instead? Queensland Murray-Darling Committee and the National Carp Control Plan are hosting…  + read more