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Cooee: a call to war: Teacher idea

This Teacher idea uses footage and photographs of the First World War to help students understand the causes of the War, the experiences of those who fought, the reactions of those on the home front and the Anzac legacy that continues today. It includes a unit of work developed and trialled by a teacher.

Video

So Simple, So Hard, 1997: Kate's ambivalence

This clip shows Kate speaking to the interviewer and reflecting on relationships. She and her son Liam are then shown walking on the beach and watching the waves, while her voice-over describes the advantages and disadvantages of single parenthood. She is shown at home, with her son in the background, then chopping wood ...

Audio

Joan Kirner recalls her time as Victorian premier, 2008

This is an edited sound recording of Joan Kirner (1938-) reflecting on being the first female premier of Victoria. She tells how she believed she could be an effective leader despite taking on the position at a time when Victoria was undergoing severe economic difficulties, and without any real role model to follow. Kirner ...

Moving Image

Role models videos

Indigenous role models share their stories and experiences of work, training and the need for learning through over 220 video clips They explore ideas around work culture including core employability skills such as communication, teamwork, enterprise and problem solving, as well as the value of literacy and numeracy in ...

Interactive Resource

Opencourses Hub

The hub provides access to a wide range of resources developed to support remote Indigenous students. The resources employ multimodal learning frameworks to improve student engagement and overcome literacy barriers in order to provide a positive learning experience for Year 8 – 12 students while building students' self-confidence ...