Teacher-led bushfire and disaster resilience lessons
As a part of the Child and Youth Bushfire Program, a Disaster Resilience Education initiative by the South Australian Country Fire Service, NEW curriculum linked lesson plans, teacher guides, and resources are available now!
These education resources follow a child centred, teacher facilitated mode of learning drawing on the current research and practice in Australia around disaster resilience education, as illustrated by the Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience.
We have developed an online learning module on Disaster Resilience Education and Bushfires.
The module takes 15 – 20 minutes to complete and provides an overview of the benefits of Disaster Resilience Education for young people and their communities.
Designed for teachers and educators, the module will introduce participants to the different ways that bushfire information can be incorporated into lessons. It also provides links to resources and tips on how to develop your own bushfire lessons that are linked to the Australian or SACE Curricula.
We need your support with our new Child and Youth Bushfire Education Program for childcare centres, kindergartens, primary or high schools, OSHC/Vac Cares or any youth teams. If this interests you, we are looking for groups who are keen to engage in a pilot program with us.
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