The following resources are provided to support the teaching and learning of Earth and Environmental Science. For a list of our resources, mapped to the NSW curriculum, click here.
AusEarthEd is offering free in person and virtual incursions for Year 11 and 12 Earth and Environmental Science classes across NSW. Half day and one hour incursions are available. To find out more click here.
Free excursions to the WB Clark Geoscience Centre and Core Library are available during the school term. Click here for more information.
Looking for a resource to assist Year 10 classes with their subject selections? This video provides a short overview of the course and why it is really relevant to them.
The Newcastle Coastal Geotrail provides a great experience with lots of links to the Year 11/12 EES Curriculum – find out more here – Newcastle Geotrail Activities – Teacher Information
Watch these short animations from WASP outlining key features of plate boundaries:
Supercontinents and Evolution – Reading
In this series of activities students examine the future of energy and mineral use:
There are even more resources available to teachers that have undertaken professional development sessions with AusEarthEd. If you would like to find out more about professional development opportunities please contact us and subscribe to updates for Year 11/12 EES (see below).