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Coastal and Marine Studies
in Australia:
A Workshop Manual
for Teachers

Introduction

Acknowledegments and Copyright Appreciations

Rationale

Guidelines For Conducting Workshops


A project of the Griffith University Centre for Innovation and Research in Environmental Education in association with the Australian Association for Environmental Education, Marine Education Society of Australasia Inc., Macquarie University School of Education and Macquarie Research Ltd.

Coastal and Marine Studies in Australia: A Workshop Manual for Teachers was commissioned by the Portfolio Marine Group, Environment Australia (Commonwealth Department of the Environment, Sport and Territories) as Stage 2 of the Coastal and Marine Schools Project.

Editors: John Fien and Jo-Anne Ferreira

Project Leader of Stage 2: Kim Walker

Project Team: Vicki Keliher, Lisa Ryan, Debbie Heck, Pauline Ross, Peggy O'Donnell, Liz Pell and Kate Williamson

Graphic Design: Marni Taylor, Guglielmino Design Co., and Lyn Bennett, Grand Design

Stage 3

In 1999 the Marine Education Society of Australasia and Australian Association for Environmental Education undertook to complete Stage 3 of the Coastal and Marine Schools Project. Train the Trainer workshops were held in all States and five new modules were written to provide additional resources for teachers in schools in areas identified by the Steering Committee. These are Modules 11 - 15 in this WWW - CD ROM edition of the Workshop Manual for Teachers.

Project Leader for Stage 3: Jan Oliver

Steering Committee Project Team: Jan Oliver, Greg Hunt, Graeme Baxter, Mark Rodrigue, Jo-Anne Ferreira Web Design and CD and Web Layout: Peter Biro, Briter Solutions

 

Modules 11 - 15 MESA 1999; Environment Australia 1999

Originally published by Griffith University, Brisbane, 1997

Commonwealth Department of the Environment, Sport and Territories, 1997

 

This copyright declaration does not include rights to works included in the collection for which permission to publish was obtained as indicated in source listing of individual resources and the acknowledgment listing.

 

Permission is granted to duplicate the activities and associated instructional materials for not-for-profit educational purposes only. Materials in the collection for which copyright is not held by Environment Australia (Commonwealth Department of the Environment, Sport and Territories) should only be copied when appropriate permission has been obtained.

 

The viewpoints expressed here are those of the contributors to the individual modules, and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Editors, the project teams, Griffith University, the Australian Association for Environmental Education, the Marine Education Society of Australasia Inc., Macquarie University School of Education, Macquarie Research Ltd., or Environment Australia (Commonwealth Department of the Environment, Sport and Territories).