Through a mix of theory, demonstrations, hands-on and design activities teachers and educators attending the workshop will explore water use, conservation, quality, global equity and sensitive urban design.
Darren Tinker has a passion for plants and the way people interact with the natural environment. Coming from a horticulture and geography background, he discovered his passion for education and engaging people through environmental education while working as an educator at La Trobe Wildlife Sanctuary and also in his time as an environmental programs assistant at an independent college.
Darren enjoys volunteering with humanitarian and environmental organisations, participates in community projects and has a keen interest in permaculture. Outside of CERES he also works as a gardener with the Diggers Club.
Dress for the weather, sturdy shoes for exploring the outdoors
Is this workshop appropriate for me?
Suits beginners through to those with advanced levels of understanding in education and environmental studies
Anything else I should know?
This workshop is part of the CERES Environmental Education Course. It is designed for participants to enrol in one-day workshops (professional learning days) or the full eight-week course. It allows us to cater for and share the content with people that are interested in specific topics.
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