This is a repository of resources using inquiry-based learning which you can filter via year level, subject and resource type.
A blog which outlines what inquiry-based learning is and how to apply it in the classroom and its benefits.
Keyboard shortcuts and system commands for popular programs.
A webpage about making the most of Office 365 calendar.
Word templates to create newsletters
A blog by Susan Harkins about how to use the many text wrapping options in Microsoft word.
You can add hyperlinks to your document that give your readers instant access to information in another part of the same document.
Instructions for saving a presentation PowerPoint as a video.
Keynote makes it easy to create stunning and memorable presentations, and comes included with most Apple devices.
Numbers makes it possible to create beautiful spreadsheets, and comes included with most Apple devices.
Instructions for creating your own soccer league fixtures and table.
Learn more about layering in this Adobe Photoshop website about Adobe photoshop layers.
An essential skill in the 21st century is being able to find and use high quality information. Part of this is detecting bias in media. By understanding the role that bias plays in media, we can use articles, interviews, videos and more with greater integrity.
Educational resources to teach students about good digital citizenship, intellectual property and copyright through the lens of film and TV.
These lessons and videos are designed to help you teach essential digital citizenship concepts of copyright and creativity.
This is the short story of a man who discovers his words online matter more than he realized, and that citizenship and respecting others is important for his communities, both online and off.
Capture ideas at the speed of thought – using a mind map maker designed to help you focus on your ideas and remove all the distractions while mind mapping.
XMind, a full-featured mind mapping and brainstorming tool, designed to generate ideas, inspire creativity, brings efficiency both in work and life. Millions and millions of people love it.
Photos is where all the amazing photos and videos you take with your iPhone and iPad live. It has new intelligent features that help you find, edit and share your best shots and videos
ChoiceBoard Creator is the perfect app for creating customizable choice boards for the unique needs of individuals with communication challenges.
ClaroCom is an iPad or iPhone App for AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication). It helps to replace speech for those with impairments in the production of spoken language.
Lightkey is an AI-powered predictive typing and spelling correction software, offering inline text prediction in any Windows desktop application.
An introduction to conditions for the Block editor (if and else statements)
This document describes how Sphero Edu can be used to address the Australian Digital Technologies Curriculum
Methods for creating effective quiz questions in a game, programming for user input.
This document created by Melinda Kolk is about making claymation if the classroom.
Gamestar Mechanic uses fun, game-based quests and courses to help you learn game design and make your own video games.
Using the FlipaClip app, learn frame-by-frame animation, draw pictures and turn them into animated gifs, or draw over videos to create a rotoscope video.
Lesson 1: Craft a simple circuit.
This website contains lots of links to resources and information to support students to explore and create texts.
This is an ideas exchange where teachers share ideas about what works well with comix in the classroom.
In Media Arts, students create visual representations that communicate, challenge and express their own and others' ideas, as both artist and audience. This website assists with understanding the curriculum.
Resources to support teachers to teach and assess media arts.
Explore parliamentary concepts and processes through fun and educational games and interactives. Includes teachers' notes for teachers and parents.
This website contains classroom resources, virtual excursions and professional learning for teachers.
Explore the whole world from above with satellite imagery and 3D terrain of the entire globe and 3D buildings in hundreds of cities around the world.
Discover an easy way to visualize and make sense of your data. Scribble Maps can import any data that relates to a place and overlay it on a customizable map.
This is a very useful website which you can search via subject area, topic and year level. ABC Education brings you high-quality educational content to use at home and in the classroom, is free and mapped to the Australian Curriculum.
Garage Band is a fully equipped music creation studio inside your Mac — with a complete sound library that includes instruments, presets for guitar and voice, and an incredible selection of session drummers and percussionists.
Music Maker JAM: the music maker & beat maker free music app for all music creators, DJs and producers, whatever your level is.
Google Chrome Canvas is an app where you can create your own designs with Canvas. Your drawings are synced to your Google account, so you can get to them from your Chrome browser.
Go Noodle is a repository of activities to get children moving linked to learning in other curriculum areas, as well as mindfulness and wellbeing.
In this sequence of lessons students explore how electrical energy can be transferred and transformed in electrical circuits, using Makey Makey boards as the basis for experimentation and recoding of data.
Students understand the importance of data in effective decision-making, and are able to find, sort and interpret Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) rainfall data, and to collect their own data and analyse the resulting datasets.