What’s important to you about environmental sustainability? How are you teaching about it in your school and classroom?
INTERFACE has teamed up with the Marine Stewardship Council to find out. Simply complete the short survey by clicking here or selecting the link below – it should take only a few minutes to fill in. It asks about you and your school’s approach to promoting sustainable lifestyles, as well as the actions your school takes on this issue. We’ll share the results and they’ll be used to improve and develop teaching resources on environmental sustainability.
Plus, for taking part in the survey, you’ll have the chance to go into a draw to win a Giant Airpod Speaker, John West Tuna Bowls, and a $100 Countdown shopping voucher.
This reader survey is now closed. Read a review of the results in our February magazine.
Te Kawa O Tangaroa
The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) is an international non-profit organisation on a mission to end overfishing and restore fish stocks for future generations. It has has created Te Kawa O Tangaroa, a learning programme to help teachers promote ocean literacy. Check it out at msc.org/en-au/for-teachers/ocean-literacy/new-zealand-education-curriculum
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