Year 9 IDU product sharing

  • 15 Dec 2022

Year 9 celebrated their Interdisciplinary Science and Humanities (IDU) learning, themed — humans can cause changes in the relationships within systems that impact places — with a presentation outside the N’zinga building.

The students shared their new learning by developing a product in the form of a non-violent disruption. In humanities, students inquired into the impact of global climate change on communities at different scales and in different places. In Science students explored climate change from a natural process perspective followed by how human activity has caused our current systems’ equilibrium to change rapidly.

The presentation was attended by their schoolmates and teachers.