Before everybody had GPS devices on hand, the art of mapping was most important for Middle Ages explorers being sent off to discover the "new world" by most monarchs across Europe. Students can explore the art of mapping and topography themselves in this collection.
The concentration of Turkish power was a force to be reckoned with in southern Europe through to North Africa from the 14th to early 20th centuries.
Before ABBA and IKEA, the people of Scandinavia were making their mark on Europe in a very different way. The Vikings were a seafaring people that created themselves a lasting legacy for daring sea exploration, tactical warfare and intelligent trade from the 8th through to the 11th centuries.
The Silk Road was an important ancient trade route connecting Europe with China, running through what is now the Middle East and East Africa. It saw the birth of the booming spice trade and lucrative silk trade from China to wealthy Europeans.
Despite getting its start in England at the end of the 1800s, netball has become one of Australia's most popular sports in terms of participation. Learn the rules and a few new tricks from some of Australia's greatest netballers.
The first quarter of the year provided us with plenty of content teachers can put to use in the classroom throughout the remainder of 2019.
In the period between the fall of the Roman Empire and the French Revolution came the Middle Ages. The medieval period saw the rise of great explorers leaving Europe to discover the "new world", the birth of modern art through the Renaissance and religious upheaval across the world.
The world would not be the same had it not been for the discoveries made by these famous scientists. With their knowledge on breakthroughs underpinned by the advances of these famous international scientists, students will then be able to reflect on the impact these people have had on their own lives.
Australia's landscape is as diverse as it is unique. Explore our vast continent with students of all ages.
Hop aboard as we travel back to the Age of Exploration. European ships were sent out to discover new trading routes and partners, as well as find new parts of the world in which they could expand their ever-increasing populations, the results of which have shaped the way we view the world today.