These videos address the following professional standards for teachers: Focus area 1.4: Strategies for teaching Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. Focus area 2.4: Understand and respect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to promote reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. Watching these videos, reflecting upon the issues raised and using that knowledge to assist in the learning of your students now and in the future can count towards your teacher identified hours of professional learning. Increasing knowledge of the history of Aboriginal Australians is a key part of developing understanding and respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Programs such as Spread the Word can provide ways to teach Aboriginal language and culture. Consider the ways you can incorporate Aboriginal perspectives into your teaching and think about the way past injustices have affected generations of Aboriginal people.
Videos to stimulate discussion, inform and expose students to concepts and history surrounding indigenous Australia's history and culture.
Videos to stimulate thought, promote discussion, inform and expose primary students to concepts and history surrounding indigenous Australia's history and culture.
Delve into the world of literary greats and modern classics with movies recommended by the NSW Education Standards Authority for stage 5 English. Please note, while these videos are recommended by the education department we suggest vetting them with respect to your school's film classification policy.
The cinematic world is full of amazing stories and these are some of SACE Board of South Australia's favourites. These texts are amongst South Australia and the Northern Territory's suggested texts for secondary English and media arts. Please note, while these videos are recommended by the education department we suggest vetting them with respect to your school's film classification policy.
Learn more about the history, traditions and languages of Australia's First Peoples right here. Watch classic My Place videos, new episodes of Little J and Big Cuz, and explainers from Totally Wild and Behind the News.
26 episodes of My Place, with stories ranging from a time before European settlement to the early 21st Century, My Place tells the tales of children across the generations, all of whom have a knack of getting into some sort of trouble. Expose students to the way our society has changed from the days before colonisation to the multicultural Australia we know today.
Challenge the limits and assumptions of your students with this range of award-winning and thought-provoking documentaries. Reveal new insights into the natural world, history, and the way we grow as a culture.
Get ready for some of the red letter days in the school calendar with this collection of videos for Australia Day, Clean Up Australia Day, Harmony Day, Easter, Ramadan, Anzac Day, NAIDOC Week, Book Week, Remembrance Day, Christmas and more.
Look back on the history of Australia and how it informs the debate around Australia Day. Consider the perspectives of Aboriginal Australians and others. Learn about significant people, places and events in our nation's history.
Challenge the limits and assumptions of your students with this range of thought-provoking documentaries. Reveal new insights into Australian race relations, and the way the globe has changed socially and environmentally.
A collection of stories read by prominent Aboriginal Australian authors and illustrators. Read these funny, poignant and engaging stories to younger learners then discuss the stories and pictures together. Questions and discussions points can be found in the story overviews.
Investigate the changing land rights of Indigenous Australians in Rachel Perkins' Mabo. Learn the struggle of the stolen generations as depicted in Phillip Noyce's Rabbit-Proof Fence. And join Living Black's Nakari Thorpe on a journey to meet the Aboriginal women in her life who fought for Indigenous freedoms.
Explore the rich stories of Indigenous Australians in film through this collection of some of this country's most thought-provoking, engaging and challenging cinema.
Ever wondered what it would be like to survive in the bush? The First Nations people use many methods of finding, collecting and processing food in diverse conditions and environment. Discover how they obtain, process and use their food resources in this collection.
Explore the early history of the European settlement of Australia with our range of documentaries, dramatisations and reflections of this country's colonial past.
Learn and discover Indigenous Australian languages in celebration of International Mother Language Day with this collection featuring BTN, ABC Open and language with Ernie Dingo.
This year NAIDOC Week is all about the groundbreaking achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women. Here are the stories of some of those trailblazers and activists.
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?
During National Reconciliation Week, learn more about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples' struggle for civil rights as Australia reconciles with its past.
This collection focuses on Australia post 1900 and includes topics such as race, rights and immigration in Australia since 1900. Also find out more about migration experiences to Australia, design and natural wonders that make Australia a unique nation.
Australia as a nation moves from colonial Australia to the development of Australia as a nation. Explore the factors leading to Federation and experiences of democracy and citizenship.
Explore changing experiences of democracy and citizenship through the stories of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, focusing on land rights and the significance of Mabo Day.
Dive into the Great Barrier Reef with Attenborough, explore Kakadu's Mountford rock art, peek inside the micro-worlds of the Galapagos, and be awed by the Great Wall of China when exploring these world heritage listed sites.
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