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Issue 23 - The review of the Australian Curriculum and Digital Technologies in focus (DTiF), November 2020 Issue 22 - Remote learning, May 2020 Issue 21 - Curriculum connections, March 2020 Issue 20 - Australian Curriculum resources, December 2019 Issue …

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Primary matters - Issue 11, May 2017

The Primary Matters newsletter, prepared by the ACARA Curriculum team, highlights news and updates on projects relating to primary education in Australia.  Three dimensions of Australian Curriculum  In this edition, we highlight the three dimensions of …

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Remote learning: St John Vianney's Primary School

As schools adjust to the impact of COVID-19, it is important to remember that the school community can support everyone to address the physical, social and emotional aspects of remote learning. Primary Matters spoke with Mr Peter Rodda, Principal of St …

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Remote learning: Learning partnerships

Staying positive during this time is important – each day of maintaining physical distancing is contributing to the lifting of the current restrictions. One day, teachers and students will return to working collaboratively, face to face, in the classroom. …

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