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Our Melbourne Ambassadors had an awesome time yesterday for their first 2020 workshop on Peer Teaching! They learnt all about our amazing marine treasures and their precious habitats and some of the threats they face, and how they can help contribute to a more positive environmental future! Armed with their new knowledge and skills, the Ambassadors then taught a class!! Through role plays, story telling and support, the Ambassadors quickly gained confidence which helped them feel empowered to communicate environmental messages, and share their knew knowledge with younger students. There was laughter all around, from the presenters and the audience and it was fantastic to see how the students helped support each other during the activities!

After the workshop many Ambassadors commented on their new confidence to spread environmental awareness within their families and wider communities, and they felt this was such a great way to make a difference! Congratulations to our wonderful ‘i sea, i care’ Melbourne Ambassadors, and many thanks to Martine Taylor and Helen Pepi from St Jude’s, Langwarrin, Amanda Jones from Frankston Heights, and Paul Schaus from Woodlands for bringing your Ambassadors to the workshop and a huge thanks to Deniz Datri and Heany Park Primary School for hosting the workshop! #dolphinresearchinstitute #ISIC #ISICAmbassadors #itstheirfuture

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