Australian Explorers and Exploration Home Search Site Contact Us Site Map Our FREE ebooks Help to download and convert files on this site Teaching the Times Tables with Pictures and Stories Use the steps below as a guide to our online lessons and resources to help you and your students get the most out of our method. Click here to reference resources and activities linked to the Common Core Standards. Step 2: Meet Our Number Pictures Our system uses pictures (like the ones on the right) to remember numbers. More on why this works. Step 3: Choose a Fact What is global education? The heart of global education is enabling young people to participate in shaping a better, shared future for the world. Global education emphasises the unity and interdependence of human society, developing a sense of self and appreciation of cultural diversity, affirmation of social justice and human rights, as well as building peace and actions for a sustainable future in different times and places. Global education promotes positive values and assists students to take responsibility for their actions and to see themselves as global citizens who can contribute to a more peaceful, just and sustainable world. Australian global educators place particular emphasis on developing relationships with our neighbours in the Asia–Pacific and Indian Ocean regions. Global Perspectives, A framework for global education in Australian schools is a concise, practical and philosophical guide to including a global perspective across the curriculum.
Teacher Toolkit Loaded: 0% Progress: 0% By the end of this tutorial, you’ll be familiar with the major features of Gooru. StarChild: The Solar System The Solar System Listen to an audio version of this page. Solar System Activities The StarChild site is a service of the High Energy Astrophysics Science Archive Research Center (HEASARC), Dr. Alan Smale (Director), within the Astrophysics Science Division (ASD) at NASA/GSFC. StarChild Authors: The StarChild Team StarChild Graphics & Music: Acknowledgments StarChild Project Leader: Dr. The First FleetAustralian History Research THE FOUNDERS OF A NATIONAUSTRALIA’S FIRST FLEET – 1788by Cathy Dunn and Marion McCreadie Between 1788 and 1850 the English sent over 162,000 convicts to Australia in 806 ships. The first eleven of these ships are today known as the First Fleet and contained the convicts and marines that are now acknowledged as the Founders of Australia.
Addressing reading Addressing reading The problem in the video is used to demonstrate how teachers can assist students who have difficulties with the reading of written problems in mathematics: What can a teacher do in the mathematics classroom with a student who has difficulty with reading mathematics problems? The task for the teacher in the mathematics classroom is to teach the student to read the particular text under consideration. Provide an orientation Students who have difficulty with reading find it hard to establish a context for a particular text, predict its grammatical structure, predict the meaning of the text and anticipate words that are likely to occur within it. Behind the News Weekdays: 20/02/2017 watch What's your question? Have you seen or heard something in the news you'd like explained? It's a section on our website where you can let us know what topics you want us to cover. Ask Afghan Refugee Story Kbora Ali is the first Afghan refugee to join the Australian Defence Force.Watch
Creator Processing ... Personal $ Svg $20 ✓ Up to $75 merchandises for personal use. Download (free) Amazing Space! Student Newsletters : Nightskyonline.info You can download a free ‘Amazing Space!’ student newsletter for each term. The newsletter’s content will vary but currently includes finder charts for planets visible to the unaided eye (in the early evening sky), where to look for easily recognisable constellations and Moon phases for the months of that term. Potential uses for the newsletter include sending it home as extension (fun) homework for students or enlarging it and placing it on your classroom wall for students to use. The First Fleet Over 252 days, the First Fleet brought over 1500 men, women and children half way around the world from England to New South Wales. Detail from Botany Bay; Sirius & Convoy going in ... 21 January 1788.from 'A Voyage to New South Wales' by William Bradley, December 1786 - May 1792, Safe 1/14 On 13 of May 1787, the fleet of 11 ships set sail from Portsmouth, England. Led by Captain Arthur Phillip, this historic convoy, which later became known as the First Fleet, carried officers, crew, marines and their families, and convicts from Britain to a distant and little known land on the far side of the world. The Fleet consisted of two Royal Navy escort ships, HMS Sirius and HMS Supply.