Discover how ancient civilisations came to explore and settle all over the world, as well as the impact they had on the peoples they encountered. Time Compass's short animated histories narrate the rise and fall of empires in an engaging and accessible style for upper primary students keen to develop their understanding of global continuity and change. <br /> <br /> Learn how the Celts, united not by politics but a way of life, came to migrate across Europe. Meet the Vikings, whose mythology and inhospitable homelands inspired their exploration. See how the Maya organised their city states through religion, calendars and an understanding of their natural environment. Get to know how Christianity helped form the Byzantine Empire, while Constantinople linked East and West through trade. And discover how and why the Persians attempted to build a "universal" empire.
From the dramatisation of the American Revolution in Sons of Liberty through to how Gene Sharp's nonviolent revolutionary theories helped inspire the Arab Spring, see how revolution has reshaped daily life and global politics.
Meet some of the athletes who've represented Australia at the Olympic Games, and learn some of what motivated them to achieve their goals and overcome adversity.
Inspire the creative minds in your classroom with a range of videos that challenge students to rebuild their world with Lego, write their own engaging mysteries, discover how inventors bring ideas to life, and more.
It is important to address mental health and body image issues as many teens and adults face this ongoing battle. Become aware of eating disorders and how to keep yourself healthy with this collection, that not only informs you but questions your eating style and lifestyle habits.
With little rainfall, desert environments provide hostile living conditions for plants and animals.
Ever wondered how Australia became so diverse and multicultural? Dive into the history of immigration and discover heart warming stories who have left their past to start a new life in Australia featured in this collection.
Ruled by emperors and largely unheard of empresses, Ancient Rome was an era of excess - spanning from the Mediterranean in 27 BC to the Middle East until 1453.
Find the science behind extreme weather and climate through various videos in this collection suitable for primary and secondary students.
This collection about democracy features videos and clips that support the teaching of history to both primary and secondary students as part of the Australian curriculum.