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Exciting changes to ClickView Online

There have been some exciting changes made to ClickView recently that help facilitate great teaching and learning. ClickView Online The whole School, including ELC and Junior School teachers and students can now use ClickView Online. Through this service, you have access to: Albert – an excellent search tool for finding videos matched to the Australian […]

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iTunesU: Great Open Education Resources

If you are searching for additional material to support teaching and learning, it is worth browsing iTunesU; the largest repository of quality, free educational resources created by universities and schools.  Course materials come in a variety of formats including audio, video, books, documents and presentations, apps and iBooks textbooks and the ability to browse for  […]

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Great Reading Resources for ELC and JS Students

A LibGuides page; Great Reads has been created to assist parents in promoting good books to their boys by providing access to a range of resources that promote recreational reading. The main page provides links to a variety of online audio and eBooks that are freely available. The guide also provides links to online book reviewing sites and promotes two print books about […]

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Literature to Support the Australian Curriculum

Lists of fiction and non-fiction books that support aspects of the Australian Curriculum are now available via our LibGuides. Literature to support the Australian Curriculum: annotated lists of fiction and poetry is compiled by Fran Knight, a children’s literature specialist. This eBook provides a comprehensive list of resources that support Indigenous, Asian and the Sustainability […]

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Australian History Resources to Support the Australian Curriculum

Recently I attended a webinar run by David Boon; a Tasmanian history teacher and  sponsored by the Australian School Library Association that discussed engaging digital resources to support the teaching of Australian history. The majority of these resources are freely available and many are primary sources. The materials promoted by David are accessible from our LibGuides, although the […]

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Digital Resources to Support the Science Curriculum for Years 5 to 10

I recently attended a webinar run by Isobel Williams; a secondary science teacher and teacher librarian and sponsored by The Australian School Library Association that promoted some useful digital resources to support the Australian Science Curriculum for years 5 to 10. The following is a slide share of the presentation and provides a list of […]

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Albert: An Exciting New Addition to ClickView Online

Albert (named after Albert Einstein) is a new service available now through your ClickView Online account and provides curriculum-based video discovery. Albert assists you in finding video content matched to the Australian Curriculum making it possible to search for videos from our ClickView library according to a particular curriculum code or learning area. Teachers also have the ability to […]

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Books That Support the Australian Curriculum

Allen & Unwin have developed a comprehensive list of their books that support the Australian Curriculum.  Categories include: History, English, the Intercultural Understanding General Capability and the Cross Curriculum Priorities. The guide doesn’t provide blurbs or reviews of the books, which are available on Allen & Unwin’s website but does provide a useful starting point in selecting […]

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ABC Splash: Free Resources for Primary & Secondary Teachers

  Produced by the ABC and Educational Services Australia, this new website promises to be a useful source of multimedia resources.   The site provides video, audio clips and games for K to grade 10 that support the Australian Curriculum and materials are available that support English, Maths, Science and History.  There are also dedicated sections for teachers and parents.  […]

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