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MyCoast New South Wales study: Teachers study guide

Source(s):  New South Wales Government
University of New South Wales (UNSW)

In 2019, the University of New South Wales commissioned a study titled 'MyCoast NSW study: New South Wales community perceptions of coastal erosion and inundation'. It was used to create a study guide designed to assist teachers to engage students in the complex task of defining coastal communities and understanding social aspects relating to coastal hazards and management. The linked student activities address themes of ‘personal and social capability’ and ‘intercultural understanding’, while also developing student skills in numeracy, literacy and ICT, critical and creative thinking and ethical thinking.

Format

Format Printed documents
Sub-format Booklet (<30 pages)
Number of pages/running time 16 p.

Target audiences

Primary

Group: Trainers/Teachers/Facilitators

Sub-group: Secondary School Teachers

Educational usage

reading level Educational (secondary reading level)
educational usage Extra-curricular/Informal
Extra Curricular Careers

Additional information

Published in Australia



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  • Year of publication 2019
  • Language(s) English
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