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Scitech / Earth Matters: Rethink the Future

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Our integrated education program explores new ways of interpreting and engaging with the world around us.

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More than just an exhibition

At Earth Matters, students discover the interconnection between humans and the natural world, and use their experience to define their own big questions.

Through new theatre shows, hands-on workshops and a mix of physical and digital exhibits, students will develop a deeper understanding of the science behind climate change. There is also room for minds to reflect on learnings, and a dedicated Re-imagination Zone to build exposure to design thinking processes for innovation.

There are several Earth Matters excursion experiences available for school bookings. With many touch points across the Western Australian curriculum, you can amplify your lessons with a guided learning experience as well as pre and post-visit resources.

Each experience has been designed to provide opportunities to explore cross-curricular priorities and build general capabilities across year levels.

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Banksia Woodlands

Students will be captivated on their journey through an immersive digital landscape where they can explore and experience surprising encounters with key species living within the Banksia Woodlands.

Narrated by Aboriginal Elder Dr Noel Nannup, this exhibit will teach students about a web of interdependent relationships unique to the flora and fauna of Western Australia. They will also discover that careful observations through their senses can help them understand the world around them and the organisms within it.

The exhibit provides an intimate connection to a uniquely Western Australian landscape – one that holds mythological, ceremonial and spiritual significance for the Noongar people, the traditional custodians of the area.

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