013 dsc_0585.jpgIntroduction                                      

Based on the review of needs about awareness programmes, Gaby Schwammer from Vienna Zoo is developing and conducting innovative, challenging and effective conservation training programmes.

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Conservation Education Aspects

There are many different species of animals which are in danger of becoming extinct. These species need to be saved and the Asian elephant is one of them.

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dsc_0254.jpg2016 - Newest Conservation & Environmental Education Programs of ASERC

In January 2016, extensive educational and environmental protection projects could be launched by ASERC in some new schools.
All three schools are located north of the Udawalawe National Park in a more or less dry area, which is characterized by rice cultivation.

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The ASERC Conservation Education Policy 2016 - 2018
"Our kids from today and tomorrow in the middle of our point of view for the way forward!"

The policy with a 3-year program was developed for special schools, who support conservation ex-situ and in-situ.
The document is used to guide and inform the practice of conservation education and provide a coordinated approach for the next 3 years and includes a diverse offer with numerous activities for students aged five to seventeen years.

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                                    School Projects 2016

                                         After the new cooperation was started at the beginning of 2016, remarkable results were achived and many projects could be already realised.

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  Drawing Contest                  Nature Committee              Butterfly Garden    
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e00000146.jpgLaginagala Junior College
Science (biology), math and English tuition programme

The level of teaching in subjects such as science (biology), math and English is poor in rural schools in human-elephant conflict areas. Competence in these subjects will enable rural children to be more inquisitive and aware of their surroundings, leading them to be sensitive to the environment. This programme is aimed at Year 10 and 11 students of Laginagala Junior School near the northern part of Udawalawe National Park. ASERC pays teacher salaries for this special programme.      Read more  F

 

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Science (biology), maths and English tuition programme
After the Laginagalla College project, the Magama Central College is the second ASERC sponsored education project, teaching biology, maths and English.

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