In March, EFT took a trip to Langkawi. The 10-11 year olds got right into exploring the island at Durian waterfall. While enjoying the cool stream, they learned how to conduct a freshwater ecosystem survey.
After many weeks in the field, one of our newest EFT members, Rory Thompson, sat down to explain the threats and behavior of this magnificent mammal. He also gave us a peek into what it was like to spot this tiny primate on an isolated island in the South China Sea!
After the past few weeks of training, new staff Imogen and Lucy have had an opportunity to reflect on their experiences of living in Asia for the first time and learning about the ecosystems that it holds.
Welcome to our first blog in the EFT Teacher Resources series. In this blog you will find a lesson plan to explain more about seeds and seed germination. We’ve provided printed resources and even the steps for a lab! Excite your students by letting them see nature in action!
In March, EFT headed to Sungai Menyala Edu Ecotourism Centre, a reserve covering 1,280 hectares of secondary rainforest, for a one-day trip with EPSOM college. The trip focused on teaching students all the skills they need to investigate a tropical rainforest’s biological health.