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On Thursday 1 September 2016, the World Day of Prayer for
the Care of Creation, Catholic Education Melbourne launched
Education for Sustainability in the Archdiocese of Melbourne
(EfS). Executive Director Stephen Elder and Auxiliary Bishop
Mark Edwards OMI officiated at the launch. Full story in the No. 16, 9 September Director's eNews (on CEVN) and latest version posted here. Thanks to all those who contributed over many years.

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The Steps to Sustainability conference is on 29 March 2019 at Melbourne Zoo. If you would like to attend please register now/save the date. It's always a good way to learn new skills and share with others who share the same passion for caring for our world.

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Did you see the features on Education for Sustainability in the latest, Term 3 edition of Catholic Education Today? You can find it here through CEVN.
CET-Term3-2018-web.pdf
CET-Term3-2018-web.pdf
drive.google.com

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Sustainability Victoria has published a Primary Curriculum book that Catholic Education Ballarat developed. It is supportive of the ResourceSmart Schools program and any Education for Sustainability program.
RSS Curriculum Links.pdf
RSS Curriculum Links.pdf
drive.google.com

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ESD Agenda 14.11.18

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Sustainability Victoria has published the Year 7&8 Curriculum book that Catholic Education Ballarat developed. It is supportive of the ResourceSmart Schools program and any Education for Sustainability program.

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ESD Minutes 15.08.18

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'Creating Pathways to STEM' is part of the all new STEM web conference professional development series offered by Zoo Victoria.
In this first conference you'll explore the foundations of STEM and how to teach them using problem based learning in the primary and secondary classroom. Some of these projects have been trailed by Catholic schools and will be displayed at the STEM MAD showcase

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As I travel to St Monica's College Epping for their Season of Creation Mass on the train, I have the chance to reflect and make this post. This year’s ‘time of creation’ begins on Saturday so let us reflect on God’s creation and our role as creatures. This annual ‘season’ of the year begins on 1 September, World Day of Prayer for Care of Creation and concludes on 4 October, the Feast of St Francis of Assisi. This time can be dedicated to prayer, celebration and reflection. However, it can also be an opportunity to develop skills in environmental education and our ability to care for creation. Read more in my eNews article on CEVN. Share what your school is doing, big or small, so we can celebrate the work of creation.

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A wonderful new course offering by ACU, in NSW. Taught by pioneer in creation theology and influential thinker Fr Denis Edwards. This subject can count towards an award from the university or can be completed without assessment. Be quick to arrange optional live in accommodation.
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