Download the resource
Download the Whio Forever education resource and supporting material:
- Whio/blue duck (PPTX, 4,816K)
- Whio and people (PPTX, 9,272K)
- Whio habitats (PPTX, 4,195K)
- Whio special features (PPTX, 4,457K)
- Whio mountain (PDF, 4,296K)
Download the Stoats and rivers game from the Whio Forever website.
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Free teacher webinars
Join our professional learning webinars introducing the Whio Forever resource and discover why the whio/blue duck is so important to New Zealand.
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- Taking action for conservation: 22 June 2017
Learning objectives of this resoure
By the end of their learning inquiry, students will have a multi-faceted, deep understanding of whio, beyond just facts. They will learn about:
- Whio ecology: where they live, what they eat, their adaptations, and how they stay alive
- How people are involved with whio
- Whio challenges: Whio threats and how people contribute to these
- Visiting whio: Where to see whio and what we can learn by observing them
- How they can act to solve an issue for whio in their community
- Other information depending on where their inquiry leads.
- Native animals
Curriculum learning areas
- Social science
- Education for sustainability
- Maths and statistics
- The Arts
- Health and PE
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