The Kosciuszko Education Centre operating since 1989 offers programs that are designed to enhance understanding through direct observation and experience so that syllabus outcomes are acheived.
Programs aim to give students the opportunity to observe, explore, enjoy and learn through structured activities in a supportive environment.
The possibility of studying the lithosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere and biosphere in the fragile Kosciusko alpine area, combined with looking at the impact people have had on this environment and how the area is now being managed makes this a popular study topic for senior high school geography and biology students.
KNP programs include opportunities for students to acquire knowledge through direct observations, field measurement, recording information, drawing field sketches, asking questions and working in teams. The students identify, gather, interpret and evaluate information from a range of sources and communicate ideas and information.