Teachers’ Big Days Out

South Australia’s major cultural institutions, along North Terrace and beyond are preparing for an exciting three day program for the second Teachers’ Big Days Out in 2020. Loaded with professional learning opportunities for educators across multiple learning areas, this event will provide you with strategies of how to incorporate a variety of cultural institutions and their collections into your teaching programs!

Institutions and venues involved:

  • Adelaide Botanic Garden (Botanic Gardens of SA and State Herbarium)
  • Adelaide Festival Centre
  • Adelaide Oval
  • Adelaide Zoo (Zoos SA)
  • Art Gallery of South Australia
  • Ayers House Museum
  • Centre of Democracy
  • Migration Museum
  • National Motor Museum
  • Parliament of South Australia
  • SA Water
  • South Australian Maritime Museum
  • South Australian Museum
  • State Library of South Australia
  • Windmill Theatre Co

Professional development certificates will be provided.
This event is supported by the Government of South Australia through the Department for Education.

Go to Teacher’s Big Days Out website.

 

Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide Zoo, Art Gallery of South Australia, Botanic Gardens of South Australia, Migration Museum, National Motor Museum, Parliament House, Planning a Visit, SA Water, South Australian Maritime Museum, South Australian Museum, Windmill Theatre
When:

Multiple venues


15/01/20 – 17/01/20

Level: Professional Learning
Area: English, HASS - Civics and Citizenship, HASS - Geography, HASS - History, Mathematics, Science, STEM, Technologies, The Arts

Type: Festival
Cost: TBC
Participants: Spaces are limited approx 250
Duration: 1-3 days

School bookings

ALL school visits must be booked in advance.

To book a visit, for more information or to discuss your student learning needs, please contact a Learning at the Gallery team member.

Organising your visit

Opening hours:
10am–5pm daily

Organising your visit

(PDF, 20KB)

Important information

Please note some permanent and temporary displays may contain content that is not suitable for all visitors. It is recommended teachers visit the Gallery prior to an excursion as a risk assessment strategy.

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