Robyn and Jo

Strategic Plan for Earth Science WA

The role of ESWA is to support the teaching of earth science in schools by developing teaching and learning resources, providing professional development for teachers, presenting at schools and assisting with field experiences for students. ESWA achieves this through two major projects: The Woodside Australian Science Project (WASP) producing Australian Curriculum Earth Science packages for Year 4-12 supported by teacher training and incursions. The Primary Australian Literacy Mathematics & Science (PALMS) Program producing Australian Curriculum packages centred around Earth Science topics for Kindergarten to Year 5 with follow-up activities across other subjects.

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John and Ricardo

Membership Management Solution for STAWA

The Science Teachers Association of WA (STAWA) convenes and facilitates professional learning for teachers of science, develops and disseminates exemplary science learning and teaching resources, ensures recognition of quality teachers and students of science, and advocates for members, teachers of science and science education.

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Review of Social Media and Website Marketing for Earth Science WA

Earth Science WA supports teaching of earth science in schools through the provision of teaching and learning resources, professional development for teachers, presenting at schools, and taking students out for field experiences. ESWA was looking for ways to utilise social media and their website in a more modern way for engaging with a range of audiences including teachers, sponsors and students.

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Woodside Grads help review Financial Processes for CLAN Midland

CLAN Midland is a Family Support Service for families from Forrestfield to Bullsbrook who may be experiencing challenges with parenting, feeling socially isolated, or have special needs within their family. CLAN Midland was established in 1993 and is committed to providing both practical and emotional support to families, coaching them to function independently and make healthy positive choices for themselves.

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