EcoLogic pre-visit resources

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Exhibition overview

EcoLogic has been completely redeveloped to explore some of the world’s hottest topics today: climate change, resource management – with a special focus on water – sustainable technologies and design. Discover the science behind global warming and what we can do to prevent it from getting worse. Students can explore the evidence that humans are causing climate change by burning coal, oil and gas (fossil fuels). Learn how precious natural resources like natural water are managed. Students will discover what they can do to prevent climate change from getting worse through examining alternate ways of generating power, see how their food choices impact the environment and explore our “eco-friendly” home.

Highly engaging, the exhibition utilises a variety of objects, interactives, images and audiovisuals, to provide an integrated and multimedia environment that encourages student enquiry, reflection and fosters experiential and collaborative learning.

The following learning resources have been developed to support your teaching and learning in relation to the exhibition:

General learning resources

Teachers’ exhibition notes (PDF, 702 KB)

EcoLogic exhibition: pre-visit exhibition slideshow

Secondary

Unit of Work: ‘Shaping the Future’ for Stages 4 & 5 Science and Geography including:

  1. Overview of Unit of Work for teachers (PDF, 98 KB)
  2. EcoLogic Student Booklet for Unit of Work (PDF, 1.4 MB)
  3. Pre-visit slideshow – ‘Changing Times, Changing Lives’

Primary

Primary Teachers’ notes (PDF, 303 KB)
Primary student activity sheets (PDF, 528 KB)

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Bookings

Visit the Exhibition event page for EcoLogic for information on planning your visit. Or phone: +61 (02) 9217 0222 or email: book@maas.museum

EcoLogic exhibition: pre-visit exhibition slideshow

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EcoLogic explores one of the world’s hottest topics today: climate change. Discover the science behind global warming, learn what we can do to slow it down and what we can do to adapt to the changes already taking place.