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  • Beyond the Lines

    The opening sequence of this film swoops across an old map and students studying World War II may recognise the names of the Normandy landing beaches.
  • Swift playgrounds

    Have access to an iPad or Mac computer? Swift playgrounds teaches serious coding skills in a fun way.
  • Premiers ANZAC tour teaching resources

    Resources to help you explore the history of Anzac and the journey of those who fought for us.
  • We Remember Anzac

    This teaching activity resource provides an Order of Service and instructions to assist teachers and community groups to organise a commemorative event. Aimed at primary school students, it...
  • COVID-19: an online safety kit for parents and carers

    At eSafety we have put our heads together (though not too closely) and come up with this virtual safety kit, packed with evidence-based suggestions and trustworthy links to help you through.
  • Inside statistics

    This series maintains the same emphasis on doing statistics. Video modules take viewers on location to where people from all walks of life are using statistics in their work.
  • Minecraft: Education Edition

    Minecraft: Education Edition is available through June 2020 for all educators and learners who have a valid Office 365 Education account.
  • From dance to sport

    There are close links between the extreme physicality required by an elite sportsperson and a dancer. They are more similar than you may think.
    Discover the physical and technical skills used...
  • Story building

    In a series of activities, children will be led through a ‘story building’ process, creating and taking on character roles and bringing ideas to life.
  • Painting the music

    Can music inspire your art? Listen to a music track and paint what you are feeling. What images does the music evoke? Explore your creativity, sharpen your listening skills and understand the links...
  • Hand drawings

    Learn about how hands have been used to create artworks by many different cultures. Over three lessons, develop effective techniques using your hands to create fun drawings.
  • Sustain your art

    Contemporary visual artist Ash Keating explores the growing environmental problems facing our society – including issues of over-consumption and waste.
  • Smithsonian Natural History Museum – Virtual tour

    The Smithsonian, National Museum of Natural History virtual tours allow visitors to take self-guided, room-by-room tours of select exhibits and areas within the museum from their desktop or mobile...
  • Bugwise

    Use this at-a-glance Bugwise Invertebrate Guide to identify insects, spiders and other invertebrates.
  • Earth Science

    The Mineralogy and Palaeontology collections include rocks, minerals, gemstones and fossils. Learn more about these naturally occurring, inorganic solids.
  • Online shopping and banking

    Students learn about the issues associated with shopping online and how to protect themselves.
  • What makes the music so iconic?

    John Williams’s fanfare is so iconic that people usually recognise what they’re watching without even looking at the screen. So, what informs the music and makes it so powerful? What techniques can...
  • What makes an effective AFL club song?

    AFL songs are among the most widely recognised and popular pieces of music in Australia, sung proudly year after year. Would it surprise you to find out they’re rarely original? Discover the early...
  • Is BMI a good indicator of health?

    It’s common for people to check their health by measuring their body mass index (BMI). The formula for BMI originated a hundred years ago, but how useful is it now? Dr Caroline West puts it to the...
  • Maths inside prawn farming

    Australia’s population is increasing, along with our demand for cooked prawns. Approximately 50 per cent of prawns consumed in Australia are imported from countries such as China and Vietnam....

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