|Through ETE Teachers, university students and researchers share credible, eyewitness accounts of the locations they visit through interactive multimedia.|
This includes blogging and making videos to describe the natural processes they observe and the people they meet, creating up-to-date information for teacher to use in the classroom.
This is supported by a range of teaching resources such as presentations, activities and lesson plans downloadable from the website. On top of this, school children can ask questions directly to students and researchers in the field, which not only helps them gain a deeper understanding of the particular project, but also provides a valuable insight into the opportunities open to them through higher education.
As well as the materials available online, schools are able to invite students into their classroom once they return from the field in order to find out more.