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An integrated approach

The teacher, who is also the deputy principal, develops an integrated unit of work for a class of students ranging from 5 to 12 years of age. All of her students have individual learning goals. The teacher uses an integrated planning approach to link …

An integrated approach | Illustrations of practice | Students with disability | Student diversity | Resources

Analysing language in narrative texts

A teacher of a class of 20 students, of whom 7 are learning English as an Additional Language/Dialect (EAL/D), selects age-appropriate content from the Year 3 English learning area in the Australian Curriculum. The lesson is part of a unit of work that …

Analysing language in narrative texts | Illustrations of practice | Students for whom EAL/D | Student diversity | Resources

Ballarat Clarendon College

Ballarat Clarendon College (BCC) is a regional independent school. At the time of filming there were approximately 450 students in the Early Learning – Year 4 campus. The identification and implementation of evidenced-based teaching approaches are proven …

Ballarat Clarendon College | Illustrations of practice | Primary curriculum | Resources

Baynton West Primary School

Baynton West Primary School is an independent public school in Karratha, Western Australia. At the time of filming the school had close to 600 students in Foundation – Year 7, and 50 staff members. The school strives to provide a rigorous education for …

Baynton West Primary School | Illustrations of practice | Primary curriculum | Resources

Career education: a community approach

This illustration of practice highlights how Broome Senior High School and St. Mary’s College collaborate with a range of local agencies to design a Career Expo and career-related learning experience to celebrate National Careers Week. The Career Expo …

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Career education: Career Week, linking learning to real life opportunities

This illustration of practice highlights how Hillman Primary School developed a career education program to assist students to make informed decisions about their study and career options and set goals for the future. Students develop Personal and Social, …

Career education: Career Week, linking learning to real life opportunities | Illustrations of practice | General capabilities and career education | Resources

Career Education: developing entrepreneurial skills through social enterprise

This Illustration of practice demonstrates how Myrrhee School and Cathedral College Wangaratta incorporate career education in social enterprise programs. In 2015 both schools introduced social enterprise learning through the ACRE Social Enterprise Schools …

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Career education: developing general capabilities across the curriculum

This illustration of practice describes how Kings Meadows High School incorporates the Tasmanian Department of Education My Education initiative to provide career education programs for students in Years 7 to 10.  Each term, two My Education days are …

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Career education: linking learning and social entrepreneurship

This illustration of practice describes how Rooty Hill High School approaches a year-long strategy for career education and entrepreneurial learning through a Young Entrepreneurs Program (YEP). In Young Entrepreneurs Week at the end of Term 4, students …

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Career education: linking learning for students with disability to workplace experiences

This illustration of practice describes how a career education program provides authentic learning experiences in a workplace environment within a high school. Black Mountain School differentiates the curriculum to cater for a range of learners while …

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Career education: linking learning with local industry

This illustration of practice highlights how Crystal Brook Primary School and Gladstone High School designed a career education program that provided students with the opportunity to develop general capabilities. The schools worked in partnership as they …

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Career education: linking primary school to post school through the Pathways program

This illustration of practice describes how a group of schools in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) plans student development and transition through the use of the Pathways website and Pathways Planning tool. The Pathways website supports schools’ …

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Career education: linking STEM learning with real-world problem solving

This illustration of practice highlights how Norwood Morialta High School designed a career education program that provided students with the opportunity to develop a range of general capabilities. Students engaged in collaborative learning experiences …

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Career Education: linking with community through social enterprise

This Illustration of practice demonstrates how Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School incorporates career education in an annual event tailored for students in Years 7 to 9.  ‘IMPACT Week’, provides students with opportunities to engage in ‘real world’ problem …

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Career education: skills for work and vocational pathways

This illustration of practice demonstrates how Redcliffe State High School incorporates opportunities to develop the Australian Curriculum general capabilities and a Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualification into the school’s career education …

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Career education: STEAM learning and creative problem solving

This Illustration of practice demonstrates how Burnie Primary School incorporates career education through the implementation of a Science, Technologies, Engineering, The Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) program, which also provides students with the opportunity …

Career education: STEAM learning and creative problem solving | Illustrations of practice | General capabilities and career education | Resources

Creating Stories

A teacher of a class of 27 students, of whom 18 are learning English as an Additional Language or Dialect (EAL/D), selects age-appropriate content from the Year 1 Australian Curriculum: English. The lesson is part of a unit of work to create stories. …

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Cultural competencies and business acumen through Aboriginal Business Enterprise

Balga Senior High School is a government school located 20km north of the Perth CBD on the traditional lands of the Whadjuk People. The School has a total enrolment of 525 students, of whom 24% are Aboriginal. This illustration of practice highlights …

Cultural competencies and business acumen through Aboriginal Business Enterprise | Illustrations of practice | Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures | Resources

Early Colonists: Builders or destroyers

Two Year 5 teachers at this school collaborate and team teach as a strategy to meet the needs of all students in their classes. In this lesson students were organised in mixed-ability groups, with one of the groups consisting of high-ability students. …

Early Colonists: Builders or destroyers | Illustrations of practice | Gifted and talented students | Student diversity | Resources

Exploring different cultural perspectives through two-way teaching

Medina Primary School is a government school located 39km south of the Perth CBD on the traditional lands of the Whadjuk People. The school has an enrolment of 231 students, of whom 28% are Aboriginal. In this illustration of practice, Years 5 and 6 …

Exploring different cultural perspectives through two-way teaching | Illustrations of practice | Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures | Resources

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