Crowd-pleasing movies to keep your students entertained on those rainy days when you are stuck inside for recess and lunch. All movies are rated G so you can make a quick decision, safely.
La Niña is here! That means lots of rainy days coming up, keep your students entertained and educated with this crowd pleasing collection of shows perfect for an inside lunchtime.
Support your teaching of changes to the body and reproduction with these videos that explain that time of young peoples' lives that can be so confusing.
Addressing Standard 1: 'Know students and how they learn' in particular Focus Area 1.3 students with diverse linguistic, religious and socioeconomic backgrounds, Focus Area 1.5 Differentiate teaching to meet the specific learning needs of students across the full range of abilities and Focus Area 1.6 Strategies to support the full participation of students with disability. As well as looking at ways to create and maintain supportive and safe learning environments.
While the future has never been more uncertain, recent events have revealed how workers and workplaces can adapt. Explore this collection of videos to see how new jobs are emerging in a changing economy, discuss what kind of skills we're going to need, and listen to some advice to put the challenges of preparing for this world into perspective.
In the lead up to R U OK? Day on Thursday, check out our professional learning for student wellbeing collection for a range of videos on managing stress and mental health. These videos inform AITSL focus area 4.4: Create and maintain supportive and safe learning environments and maintain student safety. Reflecting on the issues raised in these videos and applying the knowledge to your teaching may count towards your teacher-identified hours of PL.
View this collection for some awesome movies that you can watch in the classroom to get your students excited about careers and career goals.
Videos to stimulate thought, promote discussion, inform and expose primary students to the skills and knowledge needed to master the general capabilities.
Challenge your assumptions about the world we live in with stories set by the NSW Education Standards Authority for HSC. Please note, while these videos are recommended by the education department we suggest vetting them with respect to your school's film classification policy.
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.
Prepare yourself for some of (school) life's big questions with TV shows recommended by the Department of Education and Training Victoria for primary students. Please note, while these videos are recommended by the education department we suggest vetting them with respect to your school's film classification policy.
Get ready to test your literary and critical thinking skills with films prescribed by the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority for VCE. Please note, while these videos are recommended by the education department we suggest vetting them with respect to your school's film classification policy.
There are plenty of ways to mark International Women's Day, but our favourite is with film. From feminist icons, to suffragettes and quintessential "strong female characters", take inspiration from the diverse stories of heroines challenging stereotypes, overcoming adversity and shattering glass ceilings.
Every episode of the Inbestigators Season One with easy to differentiate accompanying classroom activities, perfect for middle and upper primary students. This program covers topics such as friendship, bullying, relationships, trust, loss and more. Great for developing personal and social capabilities and critical thinking skills.
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 and discuss social issues with students, 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, social change and storytelling.
Take a brain break and have a go at these fun and challenging brain games. Short videos to get both sides of your brain working and awaken your memory, logic and problem solving skills.
Develop a better understanding of mental illness from the stories of people who live with, the doctors who treat and the scientists who study depression and anxiety.
Year 12 exams can be a stressful time for students. With a range of topics covered from sleep to self-esteem these videos can help equip students with coping strategies plus advice from scientific experts and pearls of wisdom from notable Australians.
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.
Host your own careers day in class and reveal the world of employment options to your students, through our collection of insightful and inspirational episodes of Ace Day Jobs and If You See It, You Can Be It.
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.
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.
Ease your students' minds a little and get to know brain a bit better, with a collection that offers advice on practising mindfulness, alleviating stress and managing mental health.
Learn how the role of women has changed over time and how people have fought for their civil rights in a collection to mark International Women's Day.
Explore some of the issues that affect the way people think about their bodies and develop strategies to combat negative body image. Critically evaluate the role of advertising and social media in our lives, and acquire an understanding of healthy diets and dieting.
What's it like to live with a disability? There are about a billion people around the world living with all sorts of a disabilities. Meet some of them here, and discover some of the challenges they take on and their unique perspectives on life.
Help students develop 21st-century skills and knowledge for success in their future work and life by understanding how complex interactions continually influence human behaviour.
Celebrate and acknowledge International day of sign languages by viewing this collection with your class featuring video content about the lives of individuals who use sign language as well as schools that support them.
Encourage your students to look out for their classmates, introduce some of the issues children face at home and at school, and reveal strategies to help deal with bullying and anxiety.
Use this playlist to allow students to explore different families and understand the reasons why certain people, events and days are important to themselves and their families.
Discuss the importance and benefits of physical activity with your class using this curated collection.
Introduce the concepts of being healthy to your class and use this playlist to discuss the role of food in being healthy and how food affects our overall well being.
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.
Resilience, rights and respectful relationships can be modelled at school to inform students about positive relationships at school, home and the world. Share this playlist that focuses on building positive relationships.
Knowing where food comes from and what's in it is critical to making healthy food choices. Encourage your students to be more mindful about what they eat by sharing these videos with them.
Wondering what sport you should introduce to your class next? Follow the adventures of these inspirational women and girls participating in a range of sports to get some ideas.
Use this playlist to introduce students to autism and how it may affect an individual's life. Explore ways to combat problems and issues one may face.
Autism is a condition that affects the way an individual relates to his or her environment and their interaction with other people. Get insights into the lives of individuals living with autism.
Encourage your students to develop their musical skills by exploring, imitating and recognising elements of music, including dynamic, pitch and rhythm with this collection.
Bullying sucks whether it is online, at school or in a workplace, there is no space for it in our lives. Find more about bullying experiences and how to combat issues related to bullying in this playlist.
There is no space for bullying, whether it is in the playground, classroom or online. No way! View this collection, which deals with all aspects of bullying and how it can be prevented.
Cancer is a disease of the body's cells. Normally cells grow and multiply in a controlled way. Cancer affects a large number of Australians, both directly and indirectly. (ACSHE160)
On April 27, 1994, millions of first-time voters cast their ballots in South Africa's first free elections, ushering in the presidency of Mandela. Learn about the enormous change from those who lived it.
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