Natural Trap Cave - The Pleistocene Epoch
Natural Trap Cave is a pitfall trap cave in the Bighorn Mountains, in northern Wyoming, USA and requires descending 75ft below the Earth's surface. Follow a team of international scientists as they excavate fossils belonging to Ice Age mammals such as the American lion and cheetah, Columbian mammoth and dire wolf. -View trailer here
Learning intention: Earth’s surface changes over time as a result of natural processes and human activity.
The Journey Of Water
Venture deep into the natural underground river systems hidden in Australia's Alpine wilderness. Discover the journey of water as it travels through caves, streams and canyons before continuing its pathway into the continent’s major river systems.
Learning intention: Geomorphic processes that produce landforms and the way that flows of water connects places as it moves through the environment.
An Ancestor of the Dinosaurs with a 1000 Songs
On the eastern seaboard of Australia lives the allusive superb lyrebird. Learn about its habitat, a mothers duties in caring for its young and how the team succeeded in capturing this incredible bird.
Learning intention: Living things depend on each other and the environment to survive.
Between 47 to 52 degrees south lies the prehistoric archipelagos of the Sub-Antarctic; five groups of islands built of volcanic rock and shaped by the last ice age 2 million years ago. Witness the range of animals that call this place home, such as the sea lion, fur and elephant seal, the snares and erect crested penguins, yellow-eyed penguins, and the Antipodean albatross. Observe how a team of scientists worked together in document the effects of modern day climate change.
Learning intention: Science involves testing predictions by gathering data and using evidence to develop explanations of events and phenomena.
A Mammal of the Skies
The grey-headed flying fox can only be found in Australia and plays an important role in conserving species of Australian flora. Learn about the migration patterns, how they navigate in the nights skies, and unique bat camp formalities.
Learning intention: Living thins have structural features and adaptations that help them to survive in their environment.
'Reflection Minute Moments' are a form of mindfulness training to enhance socio-emotional value sets such as empathy, self- awareness and regulation. Stop for one moment and let yourself be surprised by what you find.