March 2012 - Be Crocwise Teaching and Learning Resource Kit
- Teaching and Learning Resource Kit (full version) (4.6Mb)
- Introduction and Teacher Notes (780Kb)
- Early Years Activities (426 Kb)
- Primary Years Activities (1 Mb)
- Middle Years Activities (1.2 Mb)
- Appendix (1.2 Mb)
March 2012 - Be Crocwise School Presentation Survey - for teachers and students
The Department of Natural Resources, Environment, The Arts and Sport
have been presenting the Be Crocwise message in schools for two years
and are currently planning for crocodile education programs in the
These future programs will be modelled on the past performance of the Be Crocwise program and in particular, the experience of teachers involved in it.
Please take five to ten minutes to complete this survey to help with the development of this program. We would like to know what you think of Be Crocwise presentations that you experienced and your opinion and thoughts will help us to better inform all Territorians about the important safety message of being crocwise.
March 2012 - "Calling all Junior Rangers"
Junior Ranger expression of interest forms have now closed.
To register interest in community events throughout the year, and for more information, please contact the Parks & Wildlife Community Education Unit on (08)8999 4565
January 2012 - "Be CROCWISE" School Assembly Presentations
The wet season is here and so is our increased attraction to water! It is important that we are all aware of the dangers that exist with Crocodiles in and around waterways in the Top End. For more information, contact the Education for Sustainability Unit in Darwin (08) 8999-4565 or Katherine (08) 8973-8865.
To book a short "Be CROCWISE" School Assembly Presentation, please complete the Booking Form.