Study the work of some of the world's great filmmakers with this selection of Academy Award-winning movies. Explore the century's best pictures, directors, screenplays and animation right here.
Which TV shows do primary school teachers turn to in the classroom? Explore the range of popular educational and entertaining series made for children, starting with the episodes viewed most by teachers.
Discover the most-loved films among teachers like you with a range of curriculum favourites, classic movies and popular texts. Find fresh ways to teach cultural criticism and raise ethical questions with your students.
Discover the most-loved films among teachers with a range of popular movies and curriculum favourites. Find engaging ways to discuss personal challenges, relationships and ethical questions with students.
Discover new ways to raise ethical questions with students, or even teach Shakespeare, with full TV seasons from Australia and around the world. Explore the educational potential of fresh drama and newly broadcast comedies.
Update your English and media arts lesson plans with a range of newly broadcast films and high quality copies of curriculum favourites. Find fresh ways to teach dystopias, gender roles, satire, science fiction and storytelling.
Revisiting proven themes while still answering the challenge from rival studios, Disney introduced the world to instant classics as the century turned. Return to the award-winning animation, storytelling and songs of Frozen, Big Hero 6 and Zootopia.
From the golden age of American animation to the family favourites of the 1990s, Disney defined feature-length cartoons in the 20th century. Explore the world of Walt Disney, with these vibrant adaptations of classic fairytales and English literature.
There's more to the Bard than Baz Luhrmann's Romeo + Juliet. From the stage to the screen, discover classic movies, modern adaptations and Globe Theatre performances of William Shakespeare's classic works.
Watch George Lucas' iconic space opera from the very beginning. Discover the classic example of Joseph Campbell's hero's journey, exploring the tale of good and evil, coming of age and the spirituality of the Force along the way.
A story a day or he just won't play! Join Bookaboo and his special guests in shared reading of some entertaining, funny and engaging stories. Younger learners will enjoy looking at the pictures and reading along with Bookaboo's celebrity friends.
Revisit the world JK Rowling created with the series that reinvigorated reading for children and led to one of the world's great movie franchises. Explore themes of friendship, loyalty, courage and confronting death in a world of wizards, witches and fantastic beasts.
Agonising over a blank page? Looking for the inspiration to get writing? Pick up a pen and jot down some lessons from the lives of authors and journalists, real and imagined, as you sit back and watch some of our favourite films on writing.
Express your thoughts confidently with the ability to write stories, formal essays or even poems. Dive into this collection to get tips and tricks of becoming better writers.
Bring rhyme, narrative and character analysis into your classroom with The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and other Julia Donaldson favourites. Compare classic stories and fractured fairy tales with Shrek and Ella Enchanted. And analyse texts and justify interpretations with The Lost Thing and Charlotte's Web.
Animated versions of the much loved books by Julia Donaldson. See the Gruffalo, Stick Man, the Highway Rat, Zog and the witch from Room on the Broom come to life with delightful animations, superb music and celebrity voices.
Full in moral lessons, cautionary tales and dark humour, Roald Dahl's stories have inspired some of the world's favourite children's movies. So dive into the rich, chocolate river of the author's imagination on September 13 with everything from Charlie and the Chocolate factory to Revolting Rhymes.
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.
Writing is an important skill we carry through life. From short stories to recipes, there are different types of writing required for various tasks at hand. But developing the ability to write starts early and as with most things, practice makes perfect.
Celebrate the festive season and the end of the year with this special collection featuring crafty lesson ideas, fun stories and wacky science experiments.
How long does it take to turn around a lifetime of selfishness? One day. But Phil needs to live that day over and over again until he's transformed. Revisit Groundhog Day and more stories of people helping people, or animals helping animals, in a collection on altruism and benevolence.
Explore and share this collection with your senior students featuring films and plays related to the senior curriculum based on a wide range of cultural, social and gender perspective themes.
Life is full of opportunities to learn new things, no matter what your age. Explore these videos as part of Community Colleges Australia's lifelong learning programs and enrich your knowledge of the world.
Teach your students all about digging, planting and harvesting, vegetables, flowers, herbs. Then find out all about what lives in the garden, featuring episodes of Create, Dirtgirlworld and more.
Is a movie director's vision more vivid than a child's imagination? Challenge your students to compare what they've read with what they've watched in these film adaptations of classic books for children.
After your secondary students have finished reading their recommended texts, encourage them to "compare and contrast" classic and popular books with their movie adaptations from Australia and Hollywood.
Spark your younger students' imagination with this collection of stories helping students to become familiar with new words, sounds and ideas with the best storytellers on television.
Share the story of Nelson Mandela's struggle to end apartheid in South Africa and build a more peaceful world with this collection about Madiba's life and times.
The English language has evolved into far more than an integral communicative tool. Explore the power of words as a spotlight is shone on the next generation of wordsmiths.
What does it mean to be Australian? What does "an Australian" even look like? Explore depictions of this country, its people and culture through films representing life Down Under. And then consider, what do we think makes us so unique?
In a world that very often feels Orwellian there's never been a more relevant time to study dystopian-themed movies and novels.
Today's complex structure of classrooms make it difficult to use a single approach to teach reading and writing. This literacy focus playlist assists in teaching reading and writing for all learners.