Issue 5 (November 2019) of the Sustainable Schools Network (SSN) Journal included four articles of note from Queensland:
Tinana State School: Located in the Butchulla country in the Great Sandy region, Tinana State School is in a leafy green area of Maryborough where encounters with local fauna are commonplace. The school is also part of The Great Sandy Biosphere (a very special place – designated in 2009 by UNESCO in recognition of the international importance of the region).
Introducing Kalindi Brennan: Inspired by Silkwood’s founding teacher and dear friend Atilio Dona, Kalindi has been integrating sustainability and environmental education into her practice for 18 years.
Introducing Kylie Moses: Kylie Yule Moses is a P-12 educator who came to the field of Education for Sustainability (EfS) via volunteering in school kitchen gardens. Kylie’s M.Ed. Thesis, “What are you Doing Outside?” found teaching and learning in school grounds improved learner engagement and teacher motivation.
Introducing Cam McKenzie: As the Department of Education’s Principal Advisor – Environmental Sustainability (2003- 2012), Cam Mackenzie had the crucial task of writing the Statement on Sustainability for all Queensland schools.