Immigrants and refugees attend welcome camp
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Immigrants and refugees attend welcome camp

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Moving into a new country as an immigrant or a refugee can be kind of scary which is why a welcome camp led by students is such a great idea. Through hiking and camping, they ...

Moving into a new country as an immigrant or a refugee can be kind of scary which is why a welcome camp led by students is such a great idea. Through hiking and camping, they bond with the new students and give them the opportunity to make new friends and learn about each other's cultures.

Practical training for apprentices
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Practical training for apprentices

Clip from Totally Wild

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Construction apprentices hone their skills by building cubby houses.

Construction apprentices hone their skills by building cubby houses.

Spectrum students seeing success with Talk Time
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Spectrum students seeing success with Talk Time

Clip from 7.30

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The revolutionary scheme that has autistic and mainstream students engage in daily short interactions for the social betterment of both.

The revolutionary scheme that has autistic and mainstream students engage in daily short interactions for the social betterment of both.

Living with Asperger's syndrome
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Living with Asperger's syndrome

Clip from Behind the News Special

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Declan takes Behind the News viewers into his life to demonstrate what it is like living with Asperger's syndrome.

Declan takes Behind the News viewers into his life to demonstrate what it is like living with Asperger's syndrome.

Adapting to new environments
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Adapting to new environments

Clip from Shaun the Sheep Movie

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In life, we must adapt to new environments at various points of our life. In this short clip, the culture shock of arriving in the big city hits Shaun the sheep when he ...

In life, we must adapt to new environments at various points of our life. In this short clip, the culture shock of arriving in the big city hits Shaun the sheep when he realises he can no longer roam freely and is being hunted by animal containment.

Understanding traumatic news
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Understanding traumatic news

Clip from BtN Newsbreak

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The Behind the News team provide some pointers for younger people on how to deal with difficult events in the news.

The Behind the News team provide some pointers for younger people on how to deal with difficult events in the news.

The origins of Clean up Australia Day
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The origins of Clean up Australia Day

Clip from Talking Heads

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Clean Up Australia Day founder Ian Kiernan explains how the day began as Clean Up Sydney Harbour and outlines some of the achievements made since that first year.

Clean Up Australia Day founder Ian Kiernan explains how the day began as Clean Up Sydney Harbour and outlines some of the achievements made since that first year.

Wellbeing and violence prevention program
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Wellbeing and violence prevention program

Clip from Kids' Business

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Students discuss their emotions, equality and the nature of power with program facilitator Bernadette Wright. Casey brings up an example of intimation involving her father, ...

Students discuss their emotions, equality and the nature of power with program facilitator Bernadette Wright. Casey brings up an example of intimation involving her father, and the other children are reminded to respect group confidentiality. Privately, Bernadette talks with Casey about her problems at home and some of the related issues at school. Together they practise talking to her father, and Bernadette explains the importance of emotional intelligence.

Good secrets and bad secrets
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Good secrets and bad secrets

Clip from Kids' Business

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The class learns about trust, confidentiality and secrets. Program facilitator Bernadette challenges students to consider the ethical boundaries of good secrets versus bad ...

The class learns about trust, confidentiality and secrets. Program facilitator Bernadette challenges students to consider the ethical boundaries of good secrets versus bad secrets, and the responsibility we all have to protect others from harm.

Essendon supporters call out racism
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Essendon supporters call out racism

Clip from The Final Quarter

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The Final Quarter reveals an Essendon supporter is challenged by fellow Bombers fans for a racist slur hurled at Adam Goodes during a match against the Sydney Swans. ...

The Final Quarter reveals an Essendon supporter is challenged by fellow Bombers fans for a racist slur hurled at Adam Goodes during a match against the Sydney Swans. Discussion: How is this an example of being an upstander rather than a bystander?

Eddie McGuire's racist radio remark
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Eddie McGuire's racist radio remark

Clip from The Final Quarter

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Days after Eddie McGuire apologised for a young Collingwood supporter calling Adam Goodes an ape, the Collingwood president joked Goodes could market King Kong. Collingwood ...

Days after Eddie McGuire apologised for a young Collingwood supporter calling Adam Goodes an ape, the Collingwood president joked Goodes could market King Kong. Collingwood player Harry O'Brien later described McGuire's joke as an example of casual racism. Discussion: When one person perceives a comment as being a joke, how can another perceive it as an insult? What kind of personal characteristics did O'Brien demonstrate by tweeting about McGuire's comments, keeping in mind that as the Colling

Jessie finds a way to keep Leslie close
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Jessie finds a way to keep Leslie close

Clip from Bridge To Terabithia

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Distraught and confused, Jessie returns to Terabithia. May Belle tries to follow him, but he pushes her away. Jack finds Jessie and consoles him, telling him not to give up ...

Distraught and confused, Jessie returns to Terabithia. May Belle tries to follow him, but he pushes her away. Jack finds Jessie and consoles him, telling him not to give up that special thing Leslie inspired. Jessie recognises he can keep Leslie alive in his memory. He decides to make amends with May Belle and create a safe passage into Terabithia with the skills Leslie taught him. The next day, he invites May Belle to Terabithia and crowns her the future leader.

You are not your parents
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You are not your parents

Clip from Bridge To Terabithia

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Jessie and Leslie talk about their families, and Leslie pulls Jessie up on his assumptions about gender. Jessie's dad, Jack, treats Jessie differently to his sisters and ...

Jessie and Leslie talk about their families, and Leslie pulls Jessie up on his assumptions about gender. Jessie's dad, Jack, treats Jessie differently to his sisters and punishes him for having his head in the clouds. Jessie starts losing faith in his imagination and dreams.

Vanity, self-acceptance, beauty standards and depression
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Vanity, self-acceptance, beauty standards and depression

Clip from Howl's Moving Castle

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Howl has a tantrum after using the wrong potion in the shower and accidently dying his hair from blonde to red. Inconsolable, Howl begins to call the spirits of darkness ...

Howl has a tantrum after using the wrong potion in the shower and accidently dying his hair from blonde to red. Inconsolable, Howl begins to call the spirits of darkness around him. Sophie comes to terms with her own insecurities.

Healthy communication and breaking old habits
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Healthy communication and breaking old habits

Clip from Kids' Business

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Jacob tells Bernadette about his dad, and they discuss strategies for communicating. With Bernadette's encouragement, Jacob calls his father and talks to him about his ...

Jacob tells Bernadette about his dad, and they discuss strategies for communicating. With Bernadette's encouragement, Jacob calls his father and talks to him about his thoughts and feelings. Back at school, Casey tells Bernadette that she told her father about the emotional effects of his behaviour during a family meeting. Talking with facilitator Bernadette, Casey also acknowledges that talking to her father and learning to communicate her feelings effectively can break negative habits.

Learning about emotional intelligence
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Learning about emotional intelligence

Clip from Kids' Business

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Matt shares with the class that he misses his father, who is absent because of work, and together they workshop ways to approach the subject. Bernadette explains the ...

Matt shares with the class that he misses his father, who is absent because of work, and together they workshop ways to approach the subject. Bernadette explains the importance of using the pronoun 'I' rather than 'you' when communicating, to safeguard against casting blame. The class learns about 'I' messages and communicating emotions effectively.

Road safety
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Road safety

Clip from 7.30

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An important person in a child’s school life is the School Crossing Supervisor, who ensures they cross the road safely. Discover road safety tips from two very dedicated ...

An important person in a child’s school life is the School Crossing Supervisor, who ensures they cross the road safely. Discover road safety tips from two very dedicated school crossing supervisors.

Indigenous community and AFL coaches address the booing of Adam Goodes
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Indigenous community and AFL coaches address the booing of Adam Goodes

Clip from The Final Quarter

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In The Final Quarter, The Marngrook Footy Show discusses whether it is fair that Adam Goodes is being booed for receiving unfair free kicks. Stan Grant and Goode’s mother ...

In The Final Quarter, The Marngrook Footy Show discusses whether it is fair that Adam Goodes is being booed for receiving unfair free kicks. Stan Grant and Goode’s mother defend Goodes and make a call for people to consider how he is feeling. Despite this, booing continues, much to the frustration of AFL Coaches, one coach makes the statement “It’s bullying at best, racism at its worst”. Discussion point: Do you agree with the coach’s statement? Why or why not?