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482 Visa Australia, 190 Visa Australia, 476 Visa Australia - Settleviaus - 0 views

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    Looking to move to Australia for work and you need 482 Visa Australia, 190 Visa Australia and 476 Visa Australia? So do not need worry about that because are here to help you; Learn about the requirements & how to apply here.
Rhondda Powling

Reading Australia - Home - 2 views

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    Reading Australia has been developed by the Copyright Agency and aims to make significant Australian literary works more readily available for teaching in schools and universities. These works are supplemented with online teacher resources and essays by popular authors about the enduring relevance of the works. There is a list of titles (download as a PDF). These titles have been selected by the Australian Society of Authors' (ASA) Council. They were asked to select works they thought students and others should encounter, to give a view of Australia's rich cultural identity: works that would tell Australia's history and also how we are currently developing as a nation. The ASA Council are adamant that this list should be merely the beginning, and it should be built upon with other works that have already been published, as well as the great new works that continue to be published in Australia. There is a wide range of teacher resources available (PDF) for Primary and Secondary school teachers and all of these teacher resources include classroom activities, assessments and links to the Australian Curriculum. In addition, many of the Secondary resources include an introductory essay on the text written by high profile writers. The Primary level resources have been commissioned by the Primary English Teaching Association of Australia and the Australian Literacy Educators' Association, and the resources for Secondary level have been jointly commissioned by the Australian Association for the Teaching of English and the English Teachers Association NSW."
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    Reading Australia has been developed by the Copyright Agency and aims to make significant Australian literary works more readily available for teaching in schools and universities. These works are supplemented with online teacher resources and essays by popular authors about the enduring relevance of the works. There is a list of titles (download as a PDF). These titles have been selected by the Australian Society of Authors' (ASA) Council. They were asked to select works they thought students and others should encounter, to give a view of Australia's rich cultural identity: works that would tell Australia's history and also how we are currently developing as a nation. The ASA Council are adamant that this list should be merely the beginning, and it should be built upon with other works that have already been published, as well as the great new works that continue to be published in Australia. There is a wide range of teacher resources available (PDF) for Primary and Secondary school teachers and all of these teacher resources include classroom activities, assessments and links to the Australian Curriculum. In addition, many of the Secondary resources include an introductory essay on the text written by high profile writers. The Primary level resources have been commissioned by the Primary English Teaching Association of Australia and the Australian Literacy Educators' Association, and the resources for Secondary level have been jointly commissioned by the Australian Association for the Teaching of English and the English Teachers Association NSW."
Lisa Dumicich

Picture Australia - 0 views

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    ccess public domain images from our participants, ready for you to download, mash-up and reload with new meaning into Picture Australia via our new Flickr group. Please read the Re-Picture Australia instructions for more information. Media Release
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    Access public domain images from our participants, ready for you to download, mash-up and reload with new meaning into Picture Australia via our new Flickr group. Please read the Re-Picture Australia instructions for more information. Media Release
Kerry J

GetUp! Campaign Actions - 0 views

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    Our partners on this campaign to save the net: * Amnesty International Australia * Australian Lawyers Alliance * Australian Network for Art and Technology * Civil Liberties Australia * Human Rights Coalition * Human Rights Council of Australia * Human Rights Law Resource Centre * Libertus.net * National Arts and Cultural Alliance * Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance * Public Interest Law Clearing House * Somebody Think of the Children
John Pearce

Screen Australia - Digital Learning - Former Film Australia - 0 views

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    Screen Australia's Digital Resource Finder is a quick, convenient and easy-to-use search engine for teachers and educators. It features FREE FOR EDUCATION downloadable video clips from Screen Australia's remarkable archive-one of the nation's largest and most historically significant collections. Clips are matched with print-friendly two-page resource sheets that include background information and engaging student research and classroom activities written by leading teachers. Screen Australia's Digital Resource Finder makes it easy to search via curriculum, topic or keyword. Watch or download video clips featuring Australian life from the distant past to the present day. The video clips are carefully selected to cover topics including Australians at Work and War, Immigration, Indigenous Australia and Native Title, Asia-Pacific region, Australian politics, The Arts, Broadcast Media from radio to the Internet, Sustainability and Values and Citizenship. There are more than 600 resources to select from, with more added weekly.
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    Screen Australia's Digital Resource Finder is a quick, convenient and easy-to-use search engine for teachers and educators. It features FREE FOR EDUCATION downloadable video clips from Screen Australia's remarkable archive-one of the nation's largest and most historically significant collections. Clips are matched with print-friendly two-page resource sheets that include background information and engaging student research and classroom activities written by leading teachers. No registration or log in is required, however we would appreciate your feedback. Screen Australia's Digital Resource Finder makes it easy to search via curriculum, topic or keyword. Watch or download video clips featuring Australian life from the distant past to the present day. The video clips are carefully selected to cover topics including Australians at Work and War, Immigration, Indigenous Australia and Native Title, Asia-Pacific region, Australian politics, The Arts, Broadcast Media from radio to the Internet, Sustainability and Values and Citizenship. There are more than 600 resources to select from, with more added weekly.
Kerry J

Making of Modern Australia - 0 views

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    Welcome to "The Making of Modern Australia". Here you can share your stories about life in Australia from 1945 onwards. They might be funny or sad, big events or the small details of everyday life. Your stories will become part of a lasting record of Australia's history as told by the people who lived it - you and me.
Grace Kat

Making Australia Home - National Archives of Australia - 0 views

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    The National Archives project Making Australia Home is progressively making migration records available online.
Grace Kat

Australia Day - 0 views

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    Tools to help schools students learn about Australia Day. 'The Big Australia Day Book' is linked here.
Jenny Gilbert

Australian political cartooning - a rich tradition - Australia.gov.au - 3 views

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    "Australia has a strong and vibrant history of political cartooning. Since the 1830s, when political cartoons were first featured in Australian newspapers, they have provided satirical, witty or humorous comment on political and public affairs, social customs, fashions, sports events and personalities."
Roland Gesthuizen

Alecia Simmonds | Why Australia hates thinkers - 2 views

  • Perhaps there's a link between the myth of Australian egalitarianism and anti-intellectualism.
  • Academics are often timorous folk who specialise in showing the complexity of issues, not offering tweet-sized solutions. Social media doesn't democratise debate. It limits it to the resilient. Snark triumphs over insight, and commentary is reserved for those with voluminous folds of scar-tissue. Sensitive thinkers rarely fit this bill.
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    "There's no doubt that Australia is a vast, sunny, intellectual gulag. The question is why. It's certainly not for want of thinkers. We're home to some brilliant minds"
Grace Kat

First Australians - 2 views

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    Multipart documentary series about the indigenous people of Australia is a history of Australia after the European colonizers, told from the perspective of First Australians with first-person accounts, archival photographs and footage, interviews with historians and similar sources. The documentary begins with an explanation of the mythological/spiritual belief of indigenous Australians known as the Dreaming.
John Pearce

National Museum of Australia - Learn & play - 0 views

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    The following interactives use objects from the Museum's collection to help you learn more about Australia.
anonymous

Australia - Creative Commons - 0 views

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    The Australia license has now been integrated into the Creative Commons licensing process, so you are able to license your works under this jurisdiction's law.
Wayne Eglinton

#p/u/2/yTbDBwWRvbQ - 3 views

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    ThinkUKnow Australia is an Internet safety program delivering interactive training to parents, carers and teachers through primary and secondary schools around Australia using a network of accredited trainers.
Roland Gesthuizen

iPad trials in Australia - You Are Never Alone - 4 views

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    "2011 has seen the proliferation of iPad trials in Australian schools and Universities. In most of these cased the iPad has been adopted as much for the Apps available as for its e-reading tools. Here are some sites and reports to look at."
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    A good list of what is happening in Australia with iPad school deployments and pilots. Some detailed reports.
Lisa Ma

Digital Collections | National Library of Australia - 5 views

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    National Library of Australia Digitised Maps Collection online
Julie Lindsay

Ozlinks: Global collaborative project - 0 views

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    An excellent example of a project developed by teachers after attending the Flat Classroom workshop at NECC 2008 Ozlinks is a collaborative project between Mrs Knight's Year 7 class at St Joseph's College Mildura, Victoria, Australia students and Mrs Peter's Year 7 class in Chehalem Valley Middle School, Newburg, Oregon, USA Coordinated by Mrs Elliott - Mildura, Victoria, Australia
Grace Kat

Global Words - 7 views

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    "The twelve units of work in Global Words have been produced by World Vision Australia and the Primary English Teaching Association Australia (PETAA) to integrate the teaching and learning of English and global citizenship education."
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