Understanding catastrophes

This learning sequence explores two catastrophes impacting on children in Japan and India. Students engage with a range of texts to develop cultural knowledge and sensitivity about the peoples and countries of Japan and India. Their increased intercultural awareness is applied to a writing task that can be used to begin an ongoing relationship with […]

Burka Ban

Students will contribute to discussions about cultural and religious dress, in particular Islamic head dress. Students will investigate and celebrate the cultural diversity in their classroom.

Mangroves matter

This learning sequence explores the ways in which community based organisations have worked to preserve mangrove ecosystems in Thailand and Australia.

Outstanding (Asian) Australians

This learning sequence explores what is meant by the term being ‘Australian’. Students research more precise definitions used when immigrants become Australian citizens and analyse contributions made by recent immigrants from across Asian nations.

Labour Rights: Behind the Seams

Why do people work? Does it matter whether they are treated fairly? What are labour rights anyway? These are some of the questions explored in this interactive student resource.

Hansard Speeches – Youth Voice in Parliament Week

Explore youth voice and agency in action through this HansART resource; a collection of speeches by young people delivered in federal parliament as part of Raise Our Voice Australia’s Youth Voice in Parliament Week. Young people up to the age of 21 were asked to submit a 90 second speech answering the question: What do […]

Asia Society Kids

The Center for Global Education (CGE) at Asia Society partners with leaders and institutions from around the world to tackle one of the most critical education challenges today: how to educate all students for employability and citizenship in a global era. We are working to achieve UN SDG target 4.7 on Global Citizenship Education, and […]

Supporting Australian Schools to Build Global Engagement Toolkit

This “toolkit” aims to be a user-friendly resource for Australian schools to begin or enhance their global engagement It has been created for all schools, wherever they are located and whatever their current experience might be. The toolkit draws on a large number of evidence-based good-practice resources and examples to assist schools to engage globally. […]

Global Citizenship Challenge

Explore techniques such as mind mapping, blue-sky thinking and the six hats technique can help you come up with creative and innovative ideas then using different techniques, identify what information to collect during the problem-solving process. Credibility criteria can be used in determining how believable the sources are.

Back Me Up

These are student-produced videos in response to bullying

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