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Concepts. Computational Thinking skills - Activities for home [first edition] - Google Slides. Cool Australia - FREE Teacher Curriculum Resources. Virtual Excursions. Education resources for schools teachers and students - ABC Education. Collection: Breaking Down Stereotypes. South Australian youngster starts eco-friendly surf wax company. Posted 29 Dec 2018, 11:06pmSat 29 Dec 2018, 11:06pm.

South Australian youngster starts eco-friendly surf wax company

Zoo Education Online. Mapping journeys of inquiry through the year: emergent, flexible and connected. — Kath Murdoch. I was recently rummaging through some old papers and came across a program I had helped a school create many (MANY) years ago.

Mapping journeys of inquiry through the year: emergent, flexible and connected. — Kath Murdoch

It was an impressive document in its day. A carefully organised sequence of units under ‘topic’ headings. Each topic was linked to detailed curriculum outcomes and positioned in sequence over a two-year cycle. Inevitably, these units would be tackled term by term – beginning as the term started and ending before the term break. It was a neat, organised, detailed, safe, dependable two-year cycle of…. topics. Project, Problem, and Passion-Based Learning (PBL) Resources. Global Youth Perspectives. The Listies totally serious 100% fact filled guide to the Melbourne Museum - Melbourne Museum. The Listies take you on a LOLtastic tour of Melbourne Museum to see shark dentists, dinosaur salesmen and the insect Oscars!

The Listies totally serious 100% fact filled guide to the Melbourne Museum - Melbourne Museum

Rich (the smart one) and Matt (the other one) welcome you as they venture forth to discover the secrets of the Learnadome (what Matt calls the Museum). At all the stops on the way encounter the bizarre, the interesting, the ridiculous and funny side to Melbourne Museum in this surreal and hilarious audio guide. When a Town Runs Dry. 5. Shadows. Resources. Elemental conversation cards 0. Short Film about Playground Inclusion wins International Acclaim - Respect Ability. Rockville, Maryland, Dec. 6 – All kids want to play. Kids with disabilities are no different. “Ian” is a short, animated film inspired by the real-life Ian, a boy with a disability determined to get to the playground despite his playmates bullying him. This film sets out to show that children with disabilities can and should be included. “Ian” premiered for audiences around the world on YouTube and was broadcast in Latin America simultaneously on Disney Junior, Cartoon Network, Discovery Kids, Nickelodeon, PakaPaka and YouTube Kids Nov. 30, 2018.

“Ian” started as a mother’s mission to educate her son’s bullies on the playground—one to one. A Universal Story. A Community for Naturalists · Nature inquiries with iNaturalist. iNaturalist is a fantastic site for identifying and appreciating living things in your area.

Nature inquiries with iNaturalist

The app is available on iOS and Android. When photographs of wildlife are uploaded, the iNaturalist community will identify them and more information is provided. In addition, the data collected on the app is used by scientific data repositories to monitor species and their populations. Using iNaturalist is interesting and fun, but our additions also contribute to important biodiversity studies.

MLA Virtual Excursions – Meat And Livestock Australia. Ed Tech Pick - Teacher's Assistant Pro. By Alicia Rescigno, Education Coordinator Director, Know My World Looking for a classroom assistant?

Ed Tech Pick - Teacher's Assistant Pro

No matter what time of the year it is, sometimes a teacher can use the help of an assistant- any assistant that can help document their students’ behavior, actions and any pertinent documentation for each student in their classroom. An app to help with these tasks is Teacher’s Assistant Pro. Teacher’s Assistant Pro is a mobile accessible application, so teachers can use any device they choose to track student progress, communicate with parents and other staff members. Teachers can add in as much information about the student as they like, which even includes parent contact information. Teachers who are interested in the application may download it from the Apple or Google Play store.

Facing History and Ourselves. Primary school program to help end Global Poverty - Just One Day. Globaldigitalcitizen. How to tell fake news from real news. In November 2016, Stanford University researchers made an alarming discovery: across the US, many students can’t tell the difference between a reported news article, a persuasive opinion piece, and a corporate ad.

How to tell fake news from real news

This lack of media literacy makes young people vulnerable to getting duped by “fake news” — which can have real consequences. Want to strengthen your own ability to tell real news from fake news? So you need questions answered about space. Emily Lakdawalla • June 1, 2018 Hi!

So you need questions answered about space

If you're reading this, you might be a student working on a school project about space. This is a great place to start. I’m a space expert -- at least, I’m an expert on robots exploring planets in our solar system. What are the universal human rights? - Benedetta Berti. Interested in knowing a bit more about international Human Rights Law?

What are the universal human rights? - Benedetta Berti

In the past decades, the general principles enunciated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights have given life to a body of law: international human right law. Among the key documents that expand on the UN UDHR are the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, which, together with the UDHR, form the so-called “International Bill of rights.” Take a look at the ‘core’ human rights instruments and at the UN bodies set up to protect human rights and monitor their implementation. Outside the United Nations, regional-based human rights documents also emerged across the world, such as the European Convention on Human Rights, the American Convention on Human Rights; and the African Union Charter of Human and People's Rights. A few more resources to get you started: H. Books That Explore the Refugee Experience. A recent UNICEF report says that 28 million children worldwide are refugees.

Books That Explore the Refugee Experience

NRW. The theme for #NRW2017 is ‘Let’s Take the Next Steps’.


National Reconciliation Week (NRW) runs annually from 27 May – 3 June. These dates mark two milestones in Australia’s reconciliation journey: The 1967 referendum and the historic Mabo decision, respectively. In 2017, we reflect on two significant anniversaries in Australia’s reconciliation journey – 50 years since the 1967 referendum, and 25 years since the historic Mabo decision. As we commemorate these significant milestones, we ask all Australians to be a part of the next big steps in our nation’s reconciliation journey. Harmony Day - Studyladder. Over 100 Essential Questions Examples Organized by Subject. Editor’s note: This is an updated version of our original article on essential questions examples featuring new links to useful EQ tools and more.

So many essential questions examples, so little time. Grant Wiggins once said, “The big-idea questions signal that education is not just about learning the answer, but about learning how to learn. Both he and his colleague Jay McTighe did so much to bring an awareness of how to create meaningful essential questions in education. They knew, as we do now, that the questions we ask our students matter. In our EQ Guide, we define an essential question as one that leads us to explore the problem and choose from plans and strategies to generate an applicable solution.

“We’re going on an expedition!” – pypchef. How exciting does that sound? OMG! We’re doing what???!! Meet Australia's trailblazing explorers - RN Afternoons. The 'Trailblazers' exhibition at the Australian Museum celebrates Australian explorers. It features 50 Australian adventurers and the objects that made their explorations possible.

Emma Morris asked five to share what it takes to push yourself to the limit. Resources - Home. Critical thinking can help students become better global citizens - Asia Education Foundation - ABC Splash - Critical thinking is an essential component of life in the information age. It enables students to differentiate between fact and fiction, respectfully challenge information in the media, and debate complex cultural topics with confidence. A deep dive into the ancient old city of Delhi never fails to fascinate and educate participants on any Asia Education Foundation India study program. Theconversation. The books we remember strongly as adults are often the ones we read as children. "I Wonder" Questions: Harnessing the Power of Inquiry.

Overview Harness Student Curiosity. Strangers- short film. Student Wellbeing Hub - Detail. Aboriginal Flag History: 03/04/2018, Behind the News. After a long fight, the Alice Springs Local Council has voted to fly the Aboriginal flag on Anzac Hill. 55 Incredible Photos Of Girls Going To School Around The World. Enviroweek – October 22 – 28 2018, Take Action. See Your Impact. Celebrate and showcase your action during Enviroweek 2018.

Stories & Lesson Plans. Free Indigenous Teaching Resources - Crackerjack Education. Free Indigenous Teaching Resources - Crackerjack Education. Science Max: Experiments at Large: Complete Series. World Languages. Five Tips for Teaching Students How to Research and Filter Information – Primary Tech by Kathleen Morris. Clean Up Australia. Resources for Primary and Secondary Students - ABC Education. Resources for Primary and Secondary Students - ABC Education.

Favorite Writing Prompts. POST data. 31 great books for students, chosen by students. During the school year, most of the books that students read have been assigned to them by their teachers and parents. We wanted to know: what are the books kids love to dig into on their own? We asked several fourth and fifth grade TED-Ed Club Members to share the books that they’ve recently read and want to recommend to other kids their age. Grattan Inst -Adaptive-Education Nov 2017.pdf. What's with poetry? - English (3,4,5,6,7,8) Gmail - Free Storage and Email from Google. Updateddigitalandbookresources2017.

Coolaustralia. Uncomfortable by Design: A Series of Deliberately Inconvenient Everyday Objects - 99% Invisible. Designers are regularly called upon to develop innovative products for everyday problems. Thinking even further outside the box, one designer is working in reverse on innovative ways to problematize existing solutions with results that are “designed to annoy you.” Guy Hides Camera In Bucket Of Water To See Who Comes To Drink, And Result Doesn’t Disappoint.

A video showing desert critters secretly filmed approaching a water bucket to quench their thirst is going viral. Amar. St John's Primary School Landing Page. The Best Children’s Books of 2016. In his meditation on the three ways of writing for children and the key to authenticity in all writing, C.S. ICDL - International Children's Digital Library. World Vision Australia - The 25 most powerful photos of 2016 - UNICEF Australia. For inquiry units. The funniest wildlife photos of 2016. WE'RE PRETTY CERTAIN that animals being either hilarious or adorable make up 99 per cent of the internet. What A Week Of Groceries Looks Like Around The World. Just Teach HQ - Home. >100 Free Experiments. Best Indigenous-themed resources for Primary English on ABC Splash - ABC Splash - ABC Splash - Splash has a whole bunch of English resources that explore Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture.

Learn about language conventions while discovering various Australian Indigenous languages and cultures. Here are the ten most popular resources, as decided by teachers, parents and students! Children's Rights. Inquiry is the answer, what are the questions? Human Rights Lessons.


General. DISCOVER DAIRY STUDENT PEN PAL PROGRAM. Curriculum Materials - Cool Australia. Lessons. Top 10 geography videos for Grade 4 students - ABC Splash - ABC Splash - Remarkable animal and plant life cycles - Science (2,3,4) Storytelling - English (8,9,10) School Performance Tours. School visits. 10 Amazing Tricks You Can Perform Using Liquids. Visual arts. Inspiring inquiry through picture books. — Kath Murdoch. Primary - History Inquiry Topics. Social Responsibility Lesson - Paying it Forward (Film) Discovery Channel - I Love The Whole World (Full Version + Lyrics) Meet Australia's trailblazing explorers - RN Afternoons. A time lapse of Sol LeWitt’s Wall Drawing 797. The Present by Jacob Frey. The Power of Teamwork - Funny Animation.