Kurtonitj Tour with staff and students

On 11th October 52 students and four staff went on an excursion to Mt Eccles, Lake Condah Mission and Kurtonitj (which is a better place to see the fish traps and stone houses), ending the Kurtonitj tour at the Bessiebelle Woolsthorpe Rd. Year 8G had been researching indigenous foods, stone houses and the fish and eel traps of our local Kanawinka area. The excursion brought their learning to life.

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About murch

Hi, I am Anne Mirtschin, a secondary teacher who teaches commerce and IT. In 2007, I am teaching grade 3 through to year 12 IT. My passions include the use of web2.0, podcasting and multimedia including digital animations. I teach at Hawkesdale prep to year 12 College, a small country school in Western Victoria, Australia. This year our school has been granted a rich picture case studies grant where we will work with grade 6 students on pod/vidcasting and the volunteers at the Penshurst Volcano Discovery Centre to produce podcasts for the centre and surrounding volcanic district, called Kanawinka.

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