Teacher Environment Network

Moreland Council, in partnership with CERES, hosts a quarterly Teacher Environment Network for teachers and parents from Moreland schools.

The network enables schools to share ideas and provides teachers with information and new approaches to engaging students on a range of sustainability topics.

Each quarter the network will focus on a different area of sustainability with guest speakers and news from Council about programs that schools can get involved in.

Term 2 Teacher Environment Network - Biodiversity in a changing climate

The second TEN for 2020 will be held on Thursday 7 May from 4pm – 6pm. You must register to attend. Online registrations are now open. 

Our Term 2 TEN will focus on the topic of biodiversity in a changing climate. Guest speakers will include:

  • Julia Cirillo from Merri Creek Management Committee discussing Waterwatch and other biodiversity programs for schools; and
  • Kirsty Costa from Zoos Victoria who will be running a 1 hour workshop on teaching STEM online using Design Thinking.

Please note that due to COVID-19 restrictions this event will be held online.

For further information please contact Kelsey Smith, CERES on 9389 0100 or contact Council.