The elasmonauts program, available to schools and home schooled students, is an Sustainability education and mentor program for students interested in: the ocean, the environment, science and research, conservation, animal and human rights, sustainability, innovation and creativity.
The program consists of 9 workshops (90 min) over a 9 week period (or in correlation with the school/parent teaching schedule). Each workshop introduces students to a new topic ranging from: Earth and Outer Space, Climate Change, Plastic Pollution and much more.
Learning is interactive and discussion based, and is directed towards developing a students’ capacity for critical thinking, ethical reasoning and problem solving. The program connects students to themselves, one another and this remarkable planet. Ensuring a bright and happy planet for generations to come.
Our education programs are developed in line with the Australia Curriculum. They are supported by the NSW Quality Teaching Model, strengthened by the 8 Ways of Learning and connected to the global problem solving framework: the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.