The activities in this suite are designed to support students as they learn about online consent and permission, and how to define online boundaries.
This suite includes four short animated video chapters and supporting educator notes. Each one features a hero and their online safety superpower.
This classroom activity is designed to empower students to protect their online privacy and personal information that identifies them. Students will learn about the skills required to create safer online environments.
In this activity, children watch the Play school episode ‘Acknowledgement of Country’ to help them to understand the significance of Country/place and to build a personal sense of responsibility for respecting the environment around them. Children are encouraged to become aware of and appreciate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander contributions to sustainable Land management. Children then […]
This activity is about the positive things children can learn from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people every day. It helps children develop an early (maybe indirect or subconscious) awareness of why it’s good to have Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people working in educational settings.
Children engage with a range of different film clips from the Mother Tongue project, produced by ABC Open. In doing so, they are encouraged to appreciate both the diversity and the significance of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages, cultures, stories and identities.
Play school is an educational children’s show produced by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. To celebrate NRW in 2021, Play school shared a special ‘Walking together’ episode. In this activity, educators will support children to learn how they can take action towards reconciliation.
Listening directly to local Elders and Traditional Owners is the best way for them to share their histories and cultures. But this is not always possible on an immediate or regular basis. In this activity, children watch, listen to and learn from the Sharing Stories Foundation stories about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures. Some […]
In this activity, children reflect on what it means to feel and be welcomed by others. They develop a basic awareness of personal responsibilities in being a welcomed visitor or guest. They engage with the significance of the elements of an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Welcome to Country and watch some videos online with WelcomeToCountry.
These resources are designed to help teachers connect their students with Aboriginal culture, history and strength in their local community. They also help educators vercome obstacles and develop new practices to help students discover the history and culture of their local area, and this land as a whole.