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- National Curriculum Consultation Portal
- MySchool Website
- Trove: a new free Australian database from the National Library
- In the Classroom
- New electronic resources for supporting the digital classroom
- Mentoring Beginning Teachers
- Getting boys into reading
- Spelling activities
- Faculty of Education and Social Work LEARNING AND TEACHING SITE
- How to: Applying for a job with the DET
Food for thought
- Radio National EdPods - Listen to stimulating education related topics being discussed by the likes of Morris Gleitzman and Libby Gleeson, or debates on Language teaching or Labor's Education revolution
- Literature about teachers and teaching - Reading material about who teachers are and what makes a teacher a good teacher.
- Check out Inspiring Teachers to prompt some discussion on what makes an inspiring teacher
Check out the Federal Australian Government Quality Teacher Programme
- A link to official sources of information and the policy documents required to meet the NSW Institute of teachers requirements Policy Documents and Official Information
- Literature for Children and Young Adults
- Secondary Education Support
- Human Movement
- Teaching in NSW schools
- Teaching Resources on the Web
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- Gifted and Talented Education
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- Conducting research
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- General teaching resources
- Free online links from "Curriculum Press" - a unit of the Curriculum Corporation
External resources for students
- Australian Council for Educational Research
- Lessons plans on the web
- Professional Organisations
- The Victorian Essential Learning Standards (VELS)
- Metro Magazine - just the best place for a great range of resources!
- MyChild: an Australian government initiative
- Ministerial Council on Education, Employment, Training and Youth Affairs (MCEETYA)