TeachLive is an educational program developed by Earthwatch Australia in 2003. The Bush Blitz TeachLive Project is a collaborative project between the Bush Blitz partners the Australian Government through ABRS, BHP Billiton and Earthwatch, and the Australian Science Teachers Association. TeachLive is an innovative educational program that places teachers on field-based research projects, where they receive a unique professional development experience and get to teach 'live' back to their classrooms via TeachLive websites. Students are able to take a virtual expedition with their teachers helping them to engage in science in an Australian and global context and see their teachers as science role models.

The 2014 Bush Blitz TeachLive will be held from the 27 May to the 3 June in the Kimberleys, WA.

To find out more go to the Bush Blitz Teachlive website

Collecting samples TeachLive in action Checking the traps

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The students at Merri Creek Primary School in Victoria will be conducting a Bioblitz from the 8th to the 12th of December to map the biodiversity that is at the school's doorstep. Feel free to get involved and map your discoveries with them by going to http://www.inaturalist.org/projects/merri-creek-bioblitz-2014.