Educators Resource PageWelcome to the Notice Nature Educators page.
Trying to decide how, when or where to start explaining biodiversity to your students may not be always clearcut. There is a lot of information out there on the web about learning and teaching about biodiversity. To help with finding where to start we have put together this page to help you on your way.
NPWS Education Centres
The National Parks and Wildlife Service operates several Education Centres around the country. The centres offer programmes in field studies and nature awareness to schools and other interested groups. Click on the photos to find an Education Centre near you.
Green Schools Programme
Green-Schools is an international environmental education programme and award scheme that promotes and acknowledges long-term, whole-school action for the environment. The NPWS are supporting the latest theme in the Green Schools Programme. Click on the logo to find out more about the Irish Green Schools Programme.
The Something Fishy Programme
‘Something Fishy’ is a programme aimed at fifth and sixth classes in Primary school. The aim of Something Fishy is to inform and educate students on water quality, fish and the environment. To find out more about this programme, just click on the fishy!!
Bogs in the Classroom
This educational website, focusing on Irish bogs, has been developed by the Irish Peatland Conservation Council. The site contains materials to help you prepare primary, post primary and third level students for a field trip to a bog.
Biodiversity Education at Dublin Zoo
The education team at Dublin Zoo have a wide range of experience in communicating wildlife and biodiversity storylines, using a range of activity based learning programmes. Click on the Dublin Zoo icon to find out more.
The Birdwatch Ireland website has plenty of interesting projects and information for educators and children alike. Just click on the icon to go to their webpage.