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We all had such a fantastic time during our Peer Teaching Workshops! We began with some tips
for effective communication, and then ran Ambassadors through some fun ocean-related activities
about our local marine species, the issues they face, and how we can all act to protect our precious
marine environment.

The Ambassadors practised teaching each other and supporting each other
throughout the sessions, and then they became the teachers, and did a brilliant job teaching the
younger grades!

Many Ambassadors commented that they were so nervous at the beginning of the session, and were surprised how much fun they had teaching the activities! It is so inspiring to watch the Ambassadors gain the confidence so quickly to learn and effectively teach the younger students, and their support for each other was a pleasure to witness! Thank you so much to our host schools Princess hill, Woodlands, Heany Park, Upper Ferntree Gully, Frankston, and St Macartans Primary Schools for hosting, and the ISIC teachers and parent/carers for transporting Ambassadors to the workshops this term, without you these experiences would not be possible!

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