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Pages with topic "Student Resources"

5 May 2017 : Time for the ‘next steps’ this National Reconciliation Week

National Reconciliation Week (NRW) will be held from 27 May – 3 June 2017 with this year’s theme “Let’s Take the Next Steps” encouraging all Australians to be part of the next big steps in our nation’s reconciliation journey.
/news/archive/2017/may/time-for-the-next-steps-this-national-reconciliation-week

5 May 2017 : NAIDOC Week 2017 framed around celebrating Indigenous languages

NAIDOC Week celebrations will be held from 2 – 9 July 2017 with this year’s theme, Our Languages Matter, reflecting an emphasis on celebrating how Indigenous languages shape cultural identity and transmit history, spirituality and rites though story a…
/news/archive/2017/may/naidoc-week-2017-framed-around-celebrating-indigenous-languages

28 Jun 2016 : Murgon students keeping active in the country

IEUA-QNT member, Claire Dennis, of St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School Murgon is coordinating a Health and Physical Education (HPE) program aimed at encouraging Indigenous children to participate in active sport and community programs with flow-on educa…
/news/archive/2016/june/murgon-students-keeping-active-in-the-country

16 Jun 2016 : The rise of ‘edu-business’: what it means for the education profession

Assistant Secretary/Treasurer Paul Giles discusses the global threat of ‘edu-business’ infiltrating the Australian school system with multi-national companies, such as Pearson, contributing to the increased commercialisation of schools and resources.
/news/archive/2016/june/the-rise-of-edu-business-what-it-means-for-the-education-profess

8 Feb 2016 : National spotlight on literacy in February

February's ‘Raise a Reader’ aims to spark a conversation that inspires parents and caregivers to encourage their children to read more, and highlights the benefits of reading and writing, supporting school programs and teachers.
/news/archive/2016/february/national-spotlight-on-literacy-in-february

10 Jun 2015 : Queensland Education Resources Expo 2015

QUEDREX is a unique event providing an extensive platform for all educators, presenting close to 100 suppliers of education resources and 33 presentations specifically relating to the education sector. The event will be held 25-26 July in Brisbane
/news/archive/2015/june/queensland-education-resources-expo-2015

18 May 2015 : Schools to lend a hand on National Tree Day

Planet Ark is encouraging all Australians to be part of the 20th anniversary of National Tree Day on Sunday 26 July and Schools Tree Day on Friday 24 July by connecting with nature, adding value to our environment and planting for the future.
/news/archive/2015/may/schools-to-lend-a-hand-on-national-tree-day

20 Apr 2015 : 100 years on: teaching the ANZAC tradition

On 25 April 2015 we mark the 100th anniversary of the ANZAC landings at Gallipoli. Many teaching resources are available to help in passing the ANZAC tradition onto students.
/news/archive/2015/march/100-years-on-teaching-the-anzac-tradition

12 Jan 2015 : Close the Gap Day 2015: school resource packs

Educators encouraged to raise awareness and help Close the Gap Day on 19 March by registering their school for a resource pack.
/news/archive/2015/january/closing-the-gap-in-2015

7 Nov 2014 : Bard blitz: new ways to teach Shakespeare

An innovative open-access website will give teachers imaginative ways to engage with Shakespeare, outside the boundaries of the curriculum.
/news/archive/2014/november/bard-blitz-new-ways-to-teach-shakespeare

23 Sep 2014 : New resource teaches students to re-think unhealthy risk taking behaviours

One year ago a pilot educational resource, The Writing’s on the Wall, designed to help young people understand the underlying causes of unhealthy risk taking behaviours was launched. The results of a pilot study testing the resource's effectiveness are …
/news/archive/2014/september/new-resource-teaches-students-to-re-think-unhealthy-risk-taking-

1 Aug 2014 : Indigenous culture promoted through new online resource

A new online learning resource, launched by The University of Sydney, promotes education around Indigenous culture through eight learning modules covering clans and family groups to language and traditional affiliations.
/news/archive/2014/august/indigenous-culture-promoted-through-new-online-resource