State Library forecourt
Designed and facilitated by an experienced primary years teacher.
Learners will examine relationships between people, places and events within communities, and the power to create positive, sustainable change, inspired by State Library collection material and Jeannie Baker's text, Belonging. Learners will create a miniature collage reflecting their own preferred environment of the future.
This program engages learners in an exploration of the concept of belonging and the ways that we nurture and are nurtured by environments and communities. Learners will use primary and secondary source material from the State Library collections to examine places that have changed over time.
Teaching for Effective Learning principles strongly underpin this learning experience, which is aligned with the Australian Curriculum, with a particular emphasis on the learning area of:
Tool and materials are provided free of charge by the State Library of South Australia.
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