News & Events

News and Events

Check out what's happening in forest and wood products and with ForestLearning with the latest news from the industry below.

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Forester Time presenters needed in 2020

19 June 2020
Forester Time - Join us as an industry presenter in 2020 Express your interest to be a Forester time presenter here --> https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Q8P8MPP We are living in ‘unprecedented times’, and schools around Australia are too. The inability to take students on excursions, or host... VIEW

Teaching resources going 100% online for easier home learning

28 May 2020
    ForestLearning is responding to teacher calls to go further online by converting more of our existing YouTube multimedia education videos and associated pdf worksheets into online Kahoot! quizzes using the popular Kahoot! teaching tool.  This development will ... VIEW

Forester Time - Join us in 2020

28 May 2020
Forester Time - live education webinars for virtual excursions to Australian forests EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST TO JOIN US LIVEIf you’re a teacher, parent or forest and wood product professional intersted in joining us and becoming involved, please express your interest here --> https://www.su... VIEW

ForestVR virtual excursions during covid19

28 May 2020
ForestVRTM toolkit for schools - www.forestlearning.edu.au/forestvr Since launching last September, ForestLearning’s ForestVRTM toolkit – learn through immersion, has allowed students to experience firsthand, through 360 virtual reality experiences of forest and mill environments, the renewabl... VIEW

ForestLearning Boosts Innovative Online School From Home Learning

15 April 2020
It’s a close to term 1 2020 none of us in Australia, or around the world, would have ever imagined, let alone prepared for in schools. As this article is published, most state and territory schools have restricted attendance to only those children of essential workers. It’s unprecedented times ... VIEW
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