Get Connected: Food Security

This resource explores issues of food insecurity and how global citizens respond to these challenges. Inside you’ll find up-to-date case studies from Bangladesh and Timor-Leste, a debate on genetically modified crops and a food supply chain. This resource also features written and digital texts, photographs, a climate graph, map reading and cloze activities that help […]

Examining Child Labour photo kit

Students are introduced to the topic of child labour through a series of worksheets and accompanying photos exploring the questions:

Why do people go hungry? (Upper Primary)

World Vision is excited to share this special curriculum series aimed at providing primary students with the opportunity to begin their journey as world ready global citizens. Each unit has been developed to maintain flexibility within the curriculum and covers a range of general capabilities. In a timewhen hope and perspective is needed more than […]

Why do people go hungry? (Lower Primary)

In the context of this unit for primary aged children, we have referred to hunger as a simplified term todescribe food insecurity (ranging from malnourishment caused by compromised food quality, quantity and skipping meals to chronic undernutrition (no food for a day or more).

Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Education Resources

The AIATSIS Collection aims to create a world where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are recognised, respected, valued and celebrated. This collection of resources contains more than one million items, including books, audio, photographic, manuscript, moving image and art and object material, related to Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and histories.

Stories to Unite Us

This unit of work, Stories to unite us, allows students to explore aspects of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, using the picture books You and Me: Our Place and Stories from the Billabong.You and Me: Our Place written by Leonie Norrington and illustrated by Dee Huxley highlights the connections between young and old […]

Mangroves matter

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

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