Our changing climate: research, resilience and response - LEARNZ free online fieldtrip

Classroom resources New Zealand (nationwide)

Posted: 11 January 2022
Notice reference #: 1HASKo

This FREE LEARNZ online field trip, Our changing climate: research, resilience and response, will help educators and ākonga explore how people are working together to research, understand and create a response to our changing climate through engaging readings, videos, a live web conference and interactive quizzes and maps.

Travel online to Rakaia awa (river) with LEARNZ kaiārahi and the Environment Canterbury to: 

  • Investigate the impact of climate change on our landscape and lives
  • Explore the science and mātauranga behind climate change
  • Discover positive stories about research and response
  • Meet the experts who are helping to build community resilience
  • Find ways to reduce the impacts of climate change in your own region.

This online field trip supports a STEM-based, cross curricular approach to teaching and learning. Participation encourages curiosity, citizen-science and student inquiry. It also provides an authentic context in which students can learn to think and act in ways that will safeguard the future wellbeing of people and our planet.

This trip reflects the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), especially Goal 13: Climate Action: Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts.

Enrol in this trip to receive supporting communication and resources from the LEARNZ team and connect with field trip experts in our live web conferences. 

LEARNZ free online field trips, powered by CORE, provide authentic, interactive learning experiences and cover a wide range of topics. LEARNZ connects educators and ākonga with interesting people, places and stories, with the aim of inspiring our future generation to think and act in ways that will safeguard the future wellbeing of people, and our planet.

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Events summary

New Zealand (nationwide)

28 March 2022 – 01 April 2022

Further information

Contact: Barrie Matthews

 (027) 223 0342