“Throwing Our Hat in the Ring” for Murdoch Research

Both the Middle School and College enjoyed a quick round of Disc (Frisbee) Golf this week. Both groups are engaging in this Options activity in the same contexts, exploring and enjoying outdoor spaces and recording their experiences in pictures, and both reflecting on their experiences through the Health curriculum, however it looks a little different for each.

 


 

For College The photography is part of their Media work, capturing images to a brief. These images will also be handy for coming Health tasks, where they will use their parks experiences to produce  something for Health (research) and for their Certificate 4 in Design (production from a brief).

 

 

 

 

Middle School are engaging in a Health task, as part of a research collaboration with Fiona from Murdoch University. They are recording images and thoughts on their iPads to create digital stories reflecting on how our parks experiences support their general health and wellbeing.

 

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