Have you got a class of budding eco-warriors? In the latest issue of T4L Kids, we meet two eco-warriors in the field saving Australian frogs and turtles.
Have you used T4L Kids?
T4L Kids can be shared as a classroom resource or students can use it as an independent learning resource. Issue 3 – the Science Issue is all about exploring your world.
Meet two scientists
In this issue, we chat with Dr Jodi Rowley who created the FrogID app and we explore how data can be used to inform the strategy behind saving frogs and their habitats. The team also chats with Andrew Steed, who works with the endangered Manning River Helmeted Turtle.
Great interviews, great tech
The T4L Kids Science Issue not only features interviews with scientists but provides great tools and ideas for creating a platform for change in your neighbourhood or school. Students can create solutions and problem-solve real-world environmental challenges right in their backyard.
Why don’t you try T4L Kids in the classroom or set a task at home or over the holidays? Suited to STEM classrooms Stages 3-4, T4L Kids is a brilliant resource that encourages kids to engage with each other, with tech and in this edition – their natural world.