Resources

Talking Safety – Workplace Safety Lesson Resources

This resource from the Centre for Disease Control in the US is a little dated (2010), but still has some great information and tips for teaching students about workplace safety. You’ll be able to find sections on injuries and emergencies, making the workplace safer, and learning about your rights. Find the resources here.

Workplace Safety

safe@work

safe@work is an occupational health and safety program for secondary school students undertaking work experience. It helps students improve their knowledge and understanding of occupational health and safety matters before entering a workplace. The program has been created by the Victorian Government, but the activities and lessons could be useful for anyone teaching students about workplace …

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We the Differents

Everybody’s education journey is different. Whether you want to go to uni or TAFE, do an apprenticeship, or take a gap year, there are options out there for you. The Queensland Government has launched We the Differents, a website with information on your options during and after school. Check it out here: https://www.wethedifferents.qld.edu.au/

Get some inspiration from these fascinating career stories

What She Did Next is a smart and engaging podcast series showcasing the fascinating career stories of Australian women from diverse fields and backgrounds, and their journey of facing and embracing change. Now in its third season, the show features women from rural and regional parts of the country as well as from our big …

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CDU Indigenous Pre-Law Enabling Program

Charles Darwin University’s Indigenous Pre-Law Enabling Program aims to increase the number of indigenous lawyers in the Northern Territory. This year, the program had more than 20 successful applicants from remote locations across the NT. For people living in remote areas who may be the first in their family to consider university, there can be …

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2021 Queensland Reconciliation Awards

The 2021 Queensland Reconciliation Awards is now open for nominations. These Awards recognise initiatives undertaken by businesses, community organisations and groups, educational institutions and government going above and beyond their core business to foster reconciliation and pave the way for a better future for our state. Nominations are encouraged across five categories: Business Community Education …

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Apply for the RRR Women’s Canberra Muster Leadership Program

The National Rural Women’s Coalition (NRWC) has developed the unique RRR Women’s Canberra Muster leadership Program over the last five years. Each year a selected cohort of RRR women ‘Muster’ in Canberra to be inspired, learn, network and grow their leadership skills and ‘giveback’ to their community through a volunteer project of their design. Over …

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Apply for a FairPlay Voucher

If you’re experiencing financial hardship, the Queensland Government is offering assistance to help parents whose children want to participate in extra-curricular activities. You can apply for a FairPlay voucher of $150 which can be used towards sport and active recreation membership, registration or participation fees with registered activity providers. Vouchers can be used for children …

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Discovering New Voices – Adult Animation

Screenworks’ Discovering New Voices – Adult Animation is a three-stage program designed to train undiscovered, diverse and talented writers and animators living in regional, rural and remote Australia with specific skills, and then place the final selected participant or team in Princess Pictures for a month to develop an animation project. Through Screenworks Discovering New …

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Meet Bond’s Indigenous Medical Scholars

Myora Kruger and Joan Cassimatis are currently studying the Medical Program at Bond University. They are the first two Indigenous Medical Scholars to enter the program. They both came from different pathways to enter the Medical Program, but are enjoying their studies at Bond, and hope to make a difference in their communities in the …

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What is Rent Assistance?

Moving away from home to study can be expensive – not only do you need to think about uni fees, study materials, and transport, but what if you need to rent a place to live as well? Thankfully, there is help out there. If you’re getting ABSTUDY or Youth Allowance, you might also be eligible …

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Young Indigenous Women’s STEM Academy

The Young Indigenous Women’s STEM Academy gives young Indigenous women the tools and support they need to succeed in an exciting STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) career. Aimed at students in Years 8 and 11, the Academy will promote access to STEM careers. Academy students will be best-placed to enter university directly from school, …

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Spill the Beans

Spill the Beans is like TED Talks for kids, by kids. It’s a global platform for kids to tell the truth. Spill the Beans creates online and in person events, enabling kids to voice their ideas, stories and inspiration. Our incredible kids get to unleash their inner voice on our global platform. We offer these …

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MyFuture – Resources for Teachers

MyFuture is a national career information service that helps guide young people towards their path to the future. They have a huge variety of resources available for teachers and careers advisers to support their students. Here are some of their useful resources: Explore the future of work School to work pathways infographics Teaching resources Discover …

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School Holiday Art Classes for Teens

Looking for something creative to do these school holidays? Art Est is running a series of workshops for teens, with classes in pottery, painting, drawing, writing, and more. Find out what’s on offer and book a class here: https://www.artest.com.au/courses/demographic/teens?tag=/delivery/school-holiday-activities-sydney

Firetech Online School Holiday Tech Classes

These school holidays, Firetech are offering small online classes to help you learn about games and coding. There are several classes on offer, including: Video Game Development with Unity Video Game Design Junior Coding with Minecraft Making Games with ROBLOX Creating for Youtube There are courses for kids of all ages, from 9 to 17. …

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Enter the Young Achiever Awards

The Young Achiever Awards acknowledge, encourage and most importantly promote the positive achievements of all young people throughout Australia up to and including 29 years of age as of 31 December each year. No achievement is too small (or big!) and all young people should be applauded for their positive impacts on our local and …

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Apply for the NT Youth Round Table in 2021

The Round Table is a direct communication avenue between young Territorians and the Northern Territory Government, where young people have a platform to share their ideas and views about issues affecting them or interests of young people. Being part of the 2021 NT Youth Round Table is a great opportunity to develop your leadership skills …

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The Impact of Social Media – an elite sport perspective to aid conversations with young people

Often parents, educators, coaches and business leaders share their deep concerns with us around the impact of social media on their children, students, players and staff. Here’s a perspective from the elite sports arena. You may find this article useful in conversations with colleagues, parents and young people. We can all learn from this and …

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Audition for the 2021 Victorian State Schools Spectacular

The Victorian State Schools Spectacular celebrates the enormous talent that exists in Victorian government schools, bringing together about 3000 students in a musical extravaganza at Melbourne Arena. Are you in a rock band, jazz ensemble or hip-hop dance group? Are you a gymnast, acrobat, circus performer, puppeteer, rollerskater, cheerleader, beat boxer, BMX or scooter trickster? …

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The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award at Zoos SA

Zoos South Australia is the first zoo in the world to be an accredited Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Centre. The Zoos SA program is open to adventurers aged 16-24, and will run as a course parallel to the school year, February to November 2021 with two groups based from either Adelaide Zoo or Monarto …

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Looking for some Adventure on the School Holidays?

School holidays are nearly upon us, and you might be looking for something exciting to do over the break. Luckily, there are heaps of places that offer exciting camps and experiences for young people. Get outdoors and learn valuable skills, participate in sports and games, and make new friends at a school holiday camp. We’ve …

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CSIRO Inquiry for Indigenous Science Students

Targeting Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students in years 5-9, the Inquiry for Indigenous Science Students (I²S²) program provides teacher professional learning to embed Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander traditional knowledge through hands-on inquiry-based projects to increase student engagement and achievement in science. The program is designed to show teachers and students how Aboriginal and/or …

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Secondary Schooling Scholarships in WA for 2021

The Department of Education in WA offer a number of scholarships, grants and prizes for young people at secondary school, in Years 6-11. If you successfully apply they could help you to focus on achieving your education goals. All scholarships are awarded in Term 1 each year with and you’ll receive the full amount in …

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A guaranteed place for Indigenous students from regional Australia

From 2021, all remote and regional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who want to go to university will be guaranteed a Commonwealth Supported Place if accepted into a course. This means that funding will be driven by demand, and not subject to caps on the number of places for Indigenous students. Find out more …

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ATYP Holiday Drama Workshops

ATYP creates school holiday drama workshops aimed to encourage and engage young people from Kindergarten to Year 12. Kids will make new friends, learn about performing, gain confidence and most importantly have a ton of fun in a safe and inspiring environment. Our acting classes can include character development, self devised work, comedy, drama, movement, …

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NIDA School Holiday Programs

Explore your creativity with NIDA’s holiday classes. Designed specifically for children and young people, NIDA offers a fun and supportive learning environment that unlocks creative potential and builds confidence. NIDA offers introductory through to advanced courses for children and young people during the school holidays in a variety of disciplines including creative play, drama, acting …

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NAS School Holiday Programs

The National Art School’s Future Makers Programs provide young people aged 6–16 with opportunities to engage with artists, art-making and other forms of creative production on site at NAS. Structured workshops, drop-in activities, performances in theatre and music, and art trails will underpin the format of each day during the school holiday periods across the …

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Mater Education’s High School Health Adventure

If you’re in Year 10-12 and thinking that a career as a health professional is for you, then this program offers the opportunity to give the work a try and find out if you’ll love it. Plus it’ll count as valuable work experience on your resume. Using simulation, you’ll get three days immersed in the …

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Changing Preferences - Murdoch University

Changing Preferences – Murdoch University

Murdoch University have published a blog detailing all the options facing Year 12’s students who are applying to their university for 2021. It includes information about Admission Pathways available in 2020, as well as Changing Preferences – what you might need to know. There are links to further resources and TISC’s relevant pages. You can …

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UNE Discovery Voyager

Stay right where you are! The Discovery Voyager team comes to you, wherever you are in northern NSW, with interactive, curriculum-aligned activities grounded in science but limited only by your imagination. We offer activities in ecology, physics, chemistry, Latin/biology, precision agriculture, sports science palaeontology, and natural history based on our collections showcased in the UNE …

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The Future of Engineering

Learn about the different types of engineering, and what engineering opportunities could look like in the future. This resource has been created by Engineers Australia. Find it here.

Engineering Activities for Primary School Students

Help foster curiosity, creativity and innovation in your child by bringing science, technology, engineering and maths activities into the home. These activities are easy to implement and fun to go through together. You could help your child learn about magnetic forces, understand sound waves and introduce them to physics. Find all the activities here.

Host a Cardboard Challenge

The Global Cardboard Challenge inspires young people to design and create with cardboard and recycled materials. Schools can host their own Cardboard Challenges for students, and you can register your challenge with the Global Cardboard Challenge database. The Cardboard Challenge is a fun, easy to organize learning experience that fosters creativity and other 21st century …

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TASC – 2020 ATAR Results

Tasmanian Year 12 students completing school in 2020 will receive their results from Thursday 17 December. Your results will be posted to you in the mail, or you can register to have them sent via email instead if you wish to receive your results sooner. If you want to have your results emailed, you will …

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SATAC – 2020 ATAR Results

Year 12 students in SA and NT completing school in 2020 will be receiving their results at 8.30am on Tuesday 15 December. You can access all of your SACE/NTCET subject results, as well as your Tertiary Entrance Statement (TES), which includes your ATAR and is issued by SATAC, through your Students Online account. Find out …

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TISC – 2020 ATAR Results

For Year 12 students in WA, your ATAR results will be released on Monday 21 December. After this date you can access your ATAR and exam results on TISC’s website. You can also download or print a copy of your Universities Admission Advice letter (UAAL) for free. If you would like a copy of your …

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VTAC – 2020 ATAR Results

Year 12 students finishing school in 2020 will be receiving their ATAR results at 7am on Wednesday 30 December. To receive your results, you will need to register for an account with VTAC’s VCE Results and ATAR Service. You will need to provide your VCAA student number and details to register. You must register for …

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QTAC – 2020 ATAR Release

For Year 12 students finishing school in 2020, ATARs will be released at 9am on Saturday 19 December 2020. Students in Queensland don’t automatically receive their ATAR. To access your ATAR, you will first need to register for an ATAR Portal account with QTAC. All you need to register is your full name, fate of …

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UAC – 2020 ATAR Release

For Year 12 students in 2021, your ATAR results will be released by UAC at 9am on Friday 18 December for students in NSW, and 9am on Wednesday 16 December for students in ACT. You can login using your student number UAC pin at any time to access your results and save your official 2020 …

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Guide for Outdoor Leaders

Are you considering a career in outdoor leadership or instruction in the future? Check out this guide, written for aspiring and current outdoor leaders and instructors. Learn about how to effectively teach and guide your students and clients in the outdoor industry. You can either download it as an eBook or order a physical copy. …

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Indigenous Australian Engineering Schools Program

The Indigenous Australian Engineering Schools (IAES) is a week-long program that aims to educate and inspire young Indigenous students about opportunities and careers in Engineering. During the program students take part in several hands-on activities, including meeting engineers and participating in design work. Travel to and from IAES, as well as accommodation, meals and activities …

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Scitech Education Resources

Scitech offers a range of curriculum-aligned programs for secondary level teaching. Science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) skills and knowledge have become increasingly relevant as the nature of work evolves to meet the fast pace of technological advancements, the need for innovation and critical thinking across various industries. Scitech’s resources include excursions, incursions, professional development …

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Junior Engineers – Professional Development For Teachers

Junior Engineers is proud to offer a range of professional development programs to help build teacher capability in order to support the delivery of the Digital Technologies Curriculum in a fun and engaging manner. Our workshops have been developed by qualified teachers who specialise in STEM and understand effective pedagogy and the Digital Technologies Curriculum. …

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Everything you need to know about Youth Allowance

If you’re finishing Year 12 this year and thinking of studying next year, you might be wondering what financial support is out there. Services Australia offer a variety of payments to help young people studying or training, including Youth Allowance. To find out more about these payments and whether or not you might be eligible, …

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NCI School Leavers Support

The National Careers Institute has put together their School Leavers Information Kit, packed with information you need on your options after school. Whether you’re thinking of studying, working, or doing something else, they can provide you with support and help you pick the best option for you. Find out more here: https://www.yourcareer.gov.au/school-leavers-support/

UQ Yarns

Hosted by the UQ Faculty of Medicine’s Associate Dean (Indigenous Engagement), Maree Toombs, UQ Yarns is a podcast that highlights the amazing work of individuals dedicated to working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities. New episodes of UQ Yarns will be uploaded every week. You can listen in here: https://medicine.uq.edu.au/uq-yarns

50 Words Project

Have you ever wondered about learning one of the many local Indigenous languages in Australia? The University of Melbourne’s 50 Words Project is an interactive map that lets you hear 50 words in an Indigenous language, from “hello” to “goodbye”, to family members and the names of local wildlife. Take a look at the map …

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Crawford Fund – Education Resources

To celebrate World Food Day, 16 October 2020, the Crawford Fund is launching “Development for a Better Future” – free quality high school teaching materials focused on agriculture for development and global food and nutrition security. There are materials for Senior Secondary, as well as for Years 9-10. The modules have been linked to the …

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Guaranteed Accommodation for Indigenous Students at UON in 2021

Indigenous students looking for accommodation at the University of Newcastle in 2021 can rest easy knowing that they have access to guaranteed accommodation. UON has eight residences to choose from, in walking distance to the Callaghan campus and only 20 minutes by shuttle bus to the City campus. Applications for 2021 are open now. Find …

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Here’s how to write a resume

Here’s how to write a resume

Why you should bother to write a resume   Your resume is an introduction to potential employers and a record of your achievements, we’ve put together some tips on writing yours. Once it’s written, it could not only help you land a job, but it could help to save time and brain power when you’re …

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Gambay – Teacher Resources

First Languages Australia have complied a series of notes across several year levels and subjects to support teachers in teaching about Aboriginal and Torres strait Islander Languages as a Cross-curriculum Priority. When learning and teaching about Australia’s first languages, it is vital to work alongside Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families, groups and communities in …

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Gambay – First Languages Map

First Languages Australia is working with regional language centres nationally to develop a map of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages that reflects the names and groupings favoured by community. Gambay means “together” in the Butchulla language of the Hervey Bay region in Queensland. You can explore the interactive map to see the languages spoken …

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The Girls in STEM Toolkit for Schools

Girls in STEM (GiST) is filled with resources to help schools encourage and inspire female students to consider a future career in STEM. They have a huge amount of free resources available for schools, including lesson plans, tips on gender-inclusive teaching, ideas on supporting girls in STEM, resources for careers advisers, and more. Take a …

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The Girls in STEM Toolkit

Interested in a future in STEM? The Girls in STEM Toolkit (GiST) is an online resource designed to help you discover what your future career in STEM might hold. On their website you can explore the variety of STEM careers out there, hear stories from women making a difference in the world, listen to STEM-based …

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AFTT High School Outreach Program

AFTT are inviting schools to register their interest in their High School Outreach Program. This initiative provides high schools, CAPA, Media & English teachers and their students the opportunity to select from a range of interactive and collaborative programs which can be specially tailored to suit student interests and career opportunities. The following opportunities can …

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5 Female STEAM Trailblazers

If you’re looking for a little career inspiration, check out these interviews with 5 incredible women working in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) in Australia. Vogue got the low-down on just what made these women so successful, and how they’re encouraging the next generation of leaders. Just a couple of the trailblazers interviewed …

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Future Employment Outlook to 2024

In January 2020, the Australian Government released a report with their findings on the future of employment up to the year 2024. This is an ideal resource to see where there will be growth in the future, and potentially help your students decide what they might like to do in the future. Please note this …

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Top of the Class Podcast

Hear from the world’s highest achieving students including global competition winners, entrepreneurs, activists, Harvard grads and more in Crimson Education’s Top of the Class podcast. Go behind the headline achievement to learn how students got started and how you can do the same. Listen here: https://crimsonstopoftheclass.buzzsprout.com/

eSafety Professional Learning Program

The eSafety Commissioner is offering webinar-based professional development opportunities for teachers. The eSafety professional learning program covers the latest online safety research, case studies and teaching strategies to help teachers integrate online safety into their programs and student wellbeing planning. This program includes 90 minutes of professional learning through live webinar participation, the completion of …

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FCA XV Mind Games Cup

Calling football parents and teacher coaches from grassroots to professional; you’re invited to play in the FCA XV Mind Games Cup 2020/21. The FCA XV Mind Games Cup is an online virtual reality team-based tournament. Presented by and aligned with Football Coaches Australia’s mantra of building Community, Connection and Camaraderie between Australian football coaches, the …

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Graduating High School in Remote NT

For the first time in 13 years, a small community in the Northern Territory has celebrated as high school students graduate. Thanks to the support of teachers, family and community, Wadeye’s Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Thamarrurr College hosted a ceremony for the graduating students, showing that there are pathways into the future in …

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The Future of the Class of 2020

The disruptions faced by Year 12 students this year are like nothing we’ve ever seen before. From birthdays and graduations to uni and travel plans, lots of things have had to change. Students across the country have had to adapt and face these challenges in different ways. You can read stories from current Year 12 …

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Checklists for Students in 2020

Checklists for Students in 2020

Term 4 is traditionally hectic with so much being crammed into the last term of the year. In 2020 it might seem even crazier than usual. We’ve created some simple checklists that are designed to help students hopefully stress less and keep their focus on exams.  Enabling them to stay on track and easing their …

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Indigenous Junior Land and Sea Ranger Program

Queensland Indigenous land and sea rangers recognise the importance of educating the next generation about looking after country. Through the Junior Ranger program, delivered by teams across the state, the land and sea rangers educate young people in their communities about natural and cultural resource management, and the importance of caring for country. Activities may …

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Become a Wildlife Warrior

Do you have a passion for animals, wildlife and conservation? You can help make a difference with Australia Zoo. The Visionary Wildlife Warrior program gives young people aged 4 – 17 years the opportunity to: Grow your knowledge of wildlife species and natural habitats, and discover the many ways to help conserve them Raise funds …

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NAIDOC Week 2020

This year, NAIDOC week will be celebrated from 8-15 November. The theme is “Always Was, Always Will Be”. The NAIDOC website has a variety of resources to help you and your students get involved, including teaching plans, posters, events, and more. Take a look here: https://www.naidoc.org.au/

Cyber Safety Teacher Resources

SBS have created a resource for teachers to use in the classroom to talk to students about cyber safety, cyberbullying and image sharing. The resource contains video clips from the television show The Hunting and accompanying tools to help build a discussion in the classroom around cyber safety issues. Take a look at the resource …

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Skillsroad Career Lesson Plans

Skillsroad has a variety of lesson plan resources available for Careers Advisors to help their students plan future career pathways. They have lesson plans on work styles, resilience and motivation, interviewing, and more. Lessons contain a content mix of theory, stories, videos and activities aimed at engaging students and encouraging active participation and introspection. Find …

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Health Heroes Teacher Resources

If you’re looking for resources to help inspire your students thinking about a career in Indigenous health, Health Heroes has videos, lesson plans, posters and brochures available. You can find out more and order a kit for your school here: http://healthheroes.health.gov.au/internet/heroes/publishing.nsf/Content/Resources

Indigenous Health Heroes

Have you ever wondered where a career in health could take you? Check out Health Heroes, a resource packed with information and videos about Indigenous people currently working in health. From doctors and nurses, to occupational therapists, social workers and students, you can hear all about what life is like as a health worker. Here’s …

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Get SET in the NT

The NT Government is asking 2020 school leavers to fill out a survey to help them design a new program to help support you in your future career. Get SET in the NT will help to provide opportunities for school leavers to study, work and train locally in the NT. This is your chance to …

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How to write a careers newsletter

How to write a careers newsletter

A great newsletter is an excellent way to provide regular, relevant resources to your audiences. They’re easy to distribute and can reach lots of people instantly, so when you’ve got careers news that you’d like to share, a newsletter could be the best way to go about it. How to get started and write a …

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What is Uni Like Now? Deciding on Gap Year and Uni in a Pandemic

It is impossible to deny that the world has changed in the past few months. Constantly moving goal posts make it difficult to make the right gap year and uni decision for you. Reinventing the Gap Year has produced a video to help you get your head around recent changes to uni life. From online …

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Discover Photography Workshops for High School Students

The Centre for Creative Photography is offering free workshops for high school students interested in learning more about photography. As part of the workshops, students will: Discover why cameras work and how we see with camera obscura. Learn some essential lighting skills in our professional working studios. Take a trip back in time in South …

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AgriFutures startup.business Program for High Schools

AgriFutures Australia and startup.business are once again joining forces to deliver an exciting education program that teaches high school students in rural and regional Australia how to solve problems facing agriculture, using innovation and an entrepreneurial mindset. AgriFutures Australia are investing in seven selected schools across the country to participate in the startup.business Entrepreneurial Learning …

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Careers Stories in Teaching

Careers Stories in Teaching

Considering becoming a teacher after high school? Reading some careers stories in teaching could help you decide if it’s an option worth investigating a bit more. You could choose to teach in early childhood education, primary, secondary, senior high school, tertiary education (university and TAFE etc.), or adult education. Whichever your choice, teaching is a …

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$20 Boss Entrepreneurship Program

$20 Boss is a free-to-access program that provides $20 of real money to build a business and a tangible way of supporting students to learn, identify and talk about the skills they’re building. Through $20 Boss we flip the focus by challenging students to solve a real problem and help them better understand their relationship …

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Kilvington Grammar Students Excelled in Elite Remote VR School Camp Challenge

Over the last week, years 8, 9 and 10 students from Kilvington Grammar School participated in the remote, online virtual reality school camp team learning experience, aptly named XVenture Mind Games – ‘Outdoor Pursuits’. Massive congratulations to all students from Kilvington Grammar School – your teamwork, communication and collaboration skills have secured your place at …

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BIOMES Online Exhibition

BIOMES is a celebration of all that nature offers, capturing its exquisite beauty through art and stories of its importance to our health and wellbeing through science. It is an online exhibition that is both a celebration of biodiversity and a call to action. You can go on a virtual tour through the exhibition from …

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The Virtual Staffroom Podcast

The Virtual Staffroom is a new edtech podcast for teachers by teachers. It’s the brand-new #edtech podcast brought to you by the Technology 4 Learning (T4L) team at the NSW Department of Education. It doesn’t matter whether you are a beginner tech user or an advanced one – the Virtual Staffroom is for any teacher …

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Engineering In-A-Box

Engineering In-A-Box is a 4-lesson classroom resource designed to show students how engineers impact society through different disciplines, creative thinking, and collaboration. We believe that learning about engineering should be: Accessible for every student in Australia, particularly those in regional areas Based on the real world; not just theoretical Creative and engaging, even for students …

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The Resilience Project Digital Program for Classrooms

The Digital Program has been developed to extend the accessibility and reach of wellbeing presentations and curriculum across Australia. Developed with the brightest minds in education, psychology, film production and technology, the program includes a series of engaging videos and digital lessons for the classroom, staff room and home. Program content covers the key wellbeing …

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National Careers Institute Podcast

The National Careers Institute’s podcasts will inspire you to consider a skills-based career. They interview people who made their career dreams come true after completing vocational education and training (VET). If you’re looking for some career inspiration, give this podcast a listen. Find out more and listen in here: https://nci.dese.gov.au/get-career-ideas/podcast-channel

QCAA External Assessment Preparation Videos

Are you gearing up for exams? QCAA has released a series of videos with some handy tips and tricks to help you master your exams in a variety of subjects. You can check them out here: https://myqce.qcaa.qld.edu.au/external-assessment-videos.html

Teacher Career Path Handbook

Designed for anyone considering a career in teaching, the Handbook introduces potential teachers to the in’s and out’s of the role. Find out if you have the necessary skills and attributes to become a teacher, then learn about pathways to help you get to where you want to go. The Handbook is FREE for Study …

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8 Workplace Skills You Can Learn from Gaming

Think that gaming is just a hobby or time-waster? Think again. It’s more than just a fun way to pass the time – you can actually learn several useful workplace skills from switching on your favourite game. These include skills such as: Communication Teamwork Problem Solving Multi-tasking And more! Take a look at the full …

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Take a Virtual Tour of the NGV

The National Gallery of Victoria has a variety of virtual tours through their current exhibits available on their website. You can take one of the fully-interactive tours at your own pace and at any time. Find out more here: https://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/virtual-tours/

Pathways to Teaching for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students

Teach Queensland offers pathways for aspiring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teachers to help you reach your goal. The Remote Area Teacher Education Program (RATEP) helps you stay in your community while studying to become a teacher, meaning you don’t have to move far away for your education. They also offer a variety of scholarships …

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Deadly Sista Girlz Program

Delivered by strong Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander role models, Deadly Sista Girlz is culturally appropriate healthy lifestyle program run by Wirrpanda Foundation which aims to improve engagement and education amongst school-aged Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls. Participants are enabled to make informed decisions about their personal health and well-being to lead a positive …

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