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Sam Boswell

Australian children's television foundation teaching and learning resources - 0 views

    Resources for teaching AC.
Chris Betcher

TEDxSydney | Australian Ideas Worth Spreading - 4 views

    TEDxSydney is returning to Carriageworks on Saturday 26 May 2012. We look forward to bringing you another inspiring and entertaining day full of Australian Ideas Worth Spreading.
Roland Gesthuizen

ACTF - Creating multimedia texts and the Australian English curriculum - 4 views

    The aim of this conference is to start educators talking, thinking and responding to the 'creating multimodal texts' objective in the Australian Curriculum for English. Multimodality permeates learning in the 21st century. The question remains about how equipped are we, as educators, to support students to create and respond to the diversity of multimodal texts that bombard them every day.
Roland Gesthuizen

The Australian Curriculum Consultation online - Home - 4 views

    The Australian Curriculum consultation site allows you to read, review and provide feedback on draft curriculum materials as they become available for public consultation. Feedback can be provided through the consultation portal, by completing online questionnaires and by submitting additional comments via email. The feedback is used to revise and improve the draft materials so that the best possible quality Australian Curriculum documents are developed and published.
Tony Searl

Big history to give students big picture | The Australian - 4 views

  • "He and I agreed immediately on the idea that education is so compartmentalised," Mr Clark said. "Kids go to maths and they do that in isolation, they go to science and they do that in isolation.
  • "Big history just ties everything together. And I think a lot of history had become obscure and irrelevant to modern students."
Tania Sheko

The Australian Curriculum v1.1 - English: General capabilities - 6 views

  • Intercultural understanding Students develop intercultural understanding as they learn to understand themselves in relation to others. This involves students valuing their own cultures and beliefs and those of others, and engaging with people of diverse cultures in ways that recognise differences, create connections and cultivate respect between people.
    • Tania Sheko
      What better way than by connecting with students/experts/adults through Skype, blogs, nings, etc.
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