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Multimedia: Digital Technologies

The Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies provides opportunities for students to use multimedia as they work on creating digital solutions. The subject helps students to become innovative creators of digital solutions, effective users of digital …

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Online safety: Digital Technologies

The Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies can provide students with practical opportunities to develop design thinking skills. When working with and building digital systems, the design thinking process places the user and their safety at the forefront …

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Respect matters: English

The English curriculum provides the opportunity for students to study written, spoken and visual language. Students learn about appropriate and inappropriate communication and the power of language to build and strengthen respectful relationships. Students …

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Online safety: English

The Australian Curriculum: English provides the opportunity for students to study written, spoken and visual language. Students learn about appropriate and inappropriate communication and the power of language to build and strengthen respectful relationships.  …

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Consumer and financial literacy: Digital Technologies

The Australian Curriculum: Technologies has a significant role in developing consumer and financial literacy in young people. The Digital Technologies subject supports the development of the dimensions of consumer and financial literacy as shown in the …

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Consumer and financial literacy: 7-10 Economics and Business

The Australian Curriculum: Economics and Business is uniquely positioned to develop consumer and financial literacy in young people. The curriculum supports the development of the dimensions of consumer and financial literacy as shown in the diagram below. Approximate …

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Multimedia: Media Arts

The Australian Curriculum: Media Arts involves using digital multimedia to create representations of the world and tell stories using formats such as television, film, video, newspapers, radio, games, and mobile media. In Media Arts students study, design, …

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Outdoor learning: Geography

Geography is a structured way of exploring, analysing and understanding the characteristics of the places that make up our world. Outdoor learning programs provide opportunities for students to learn to question why the world is the way it is, reflect …

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Consumer and financial literacy: Mathematics

The Australian Curriculum: Mathematics has a significant role in developing consumer and financial literacy in young people. The Mathematics curriculum supports the development of the dimensions of consumer and financial literacy as shown in the diagram …

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Consumer and financial literacy: F-6/7 Humanities and Social Sciences

The Australian Curriculum: F–6/7 Humanities and Social Sciences (HASS) has a significant role in developing consumer and financial literacy in young people. The HASS curriculum supports the development of the dimensions of consumer and financial literacy …

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Consumer and financial literacy: English

The Australian Curriculum: English has an important role in developing consumer and financial literacy in young people. The English curriculum develops students’ understanding of how to read, view and interpret texts. Through the literacy strand of the …

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Respect matters: Digitial Technologies

Digital Technologies provides students with opportunities to create digital solutions which address the unique needs and contexts of communities. They develop critical thinking skills which are important in taking respectful action. Students work with …

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Respect matters: 7-10 Economics and Business

In Economics and Business, students develop and use personal and social skills, leadership, initiative, conflict resolution and responsible decision-making skills. They become aware of their own roles, rights and responsibilities as participants in society. …

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Outdoor learning: F-6/7 Humanities and Social Sciences

As part of Humanities and Social Sciences, outdoor learning offers content and context for learning, in particular through geography and/or environmental studies. In Humanities and Social Sciences, environments include natural, built and social. Built …

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Respect matters: 7-10 Civics and Citizenship

In Civics and Citizenship, students learn about and apply the ethical concepts which underpin Australia’s democracy: equality, respect and fairness. Students investigate diverse cultural and social contexts and develop skills to see common issues through …

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Multimedia: English

In Australian Curriculum: English students use multimedia and multimodal texts in their study of written, spoken and visual language. They deconstruct multimodal texts and learn about their richness and capacity to construct and manipulate meaning using …

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Online safety: The Arts - Media Arts

The Australian Curriculum: Media Arts involves creating representations of the world and telling stories through communication technologies such as television, film, video, newspapers, radio, video games, the internet and mobile media. Students are taught …

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Food and fibre: Science

The Australian Curriculum addresses learning about food and fibre predominantly in Design and Technologies and F-6/7HASS/Geography, however there are opportunities to make connections with aspects of Science, in particular biological sciences and science …

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Food and fibre: Design and Technologies

The technologies contexts content descriptions in Design and Technologies provide a framework within which students can gain knowledge and understanding about technologies and design across a range of technologies contexts. These content descriptions …

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Outdoor learning: Science

Science gives students opportunities to develop an understanding of important science concepts and processes including the practices used to develop scientific knowledge, the contribution of science to our culture and society, its applications in our …

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