- Climate Change
- Tell your story in a video
- Australia’s Climate History
- School Strikes for Climate
- Write to your MP
- Year 10 Science Unit
- Teaching the Language of Climate Change Science
- Butterfly Gardening
- Science Inquiry Units of Work for Primary School
- Manual, Native plant list and more!
- Butterfly Visualisation and Propagation video
The Exploring Fungi Unit for Year 3 & 4 is a resource developed 2020 to celebrate Biodiversity. This free 10 week unit was written by classroom teacher and artist Alieta Belle and mycologist Dr Sandra Tuszynska funded by AAEE. Lesson plans, resource sheets and online presentations, all classroom ready.
Songs for Aboriginal Studies and Reconciliation
National body website. Membership benefits, national events, networking opportunities and members area (journal access, newsletters, conference papers, issues, forums and a range of resources)
The United Nations developed 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). UNESCO Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) is an integral element of SDG 4 on quality education and a key enabler to all of the other SDGs. Site has links to free resources for educators for each of the specific SDGs. Early years to Secondary.
Links to free resources for educators, students and parents. Educational resources can be searched by subjects/learning areas or by topics. Links to professional development courses (fees apply).
Site contains information for schools and educators to link into AuSSI-SA and build a more sustainable community. Link to register with Green Adelaide’s Education program which provides free teaching tools and curriculum support materials aligned with the curriculum including downloadable ID charts, teaching tools, packages and games for use in schools and the community.
Landscape SA Hills and Fleurieu encourages educators to support their EfS program by applying for Grassroots Grants, monthly Regional Landcare news e-newsletter, contacting local Environment/Natural Resources Centre to connect with local environmental experts, as well as support and resources provided through Green Adelaide Education. Regional schools may also access a variety of cluster programs (Youth Environment Leadership Programs (YELPs), Youth Environment Council (YEC), Climate Ready Schools (CRS)) by contacting a central coordinator through the link provided. (Free)
Educators SA is an independent peak body representing 60+ professional educator associations in their pursuit of quality education by linking, promoting and serving them. It advocates for professional associations and assists with professional development. AAEESA is a member.
The Conservation Council of South Australia is a movement of passionate people who care about our state’s incredible natural environment. We host SA’s front door for the environment – The Joinery – and host the annual SA Environment Awards to honour and celebrate our state’s nature champions.
Powered by 90,000+ people from more than 60 member groups, together we are a powerful force for nature.
KESAB environmental solutions is a leader in creating sustainable communities through education, action and participation. KESAB environmental solutions is South Australia’s leading not-for-profit organisation (NGO) delivering world class community-based environmental sustainability education programs. It provides services, products, programs and events. School visits, equipment/resource hire and sales, planning advice, support for all educational settings and ages.
The Down To Earth Movement assists schools, workplaces and events to go as close to waste free as possible. It offers online resources, education, equipment and expertise to streamline the capture of compostable food and drink packaging and waste, converting it to compost. It also promotes systems aligned with the refuse, reduce, reuse and recycle ethos which is becoming common practice and mainstream.