Coast Care: Yrs 1 to 8 6th-10th December
Recognise coastcare Week by learning how to conduct a beach survey, explore marine environments, pollution solutions, First Nations conservation, seaweed, scuba diving and much more.
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Looking at careers
Sessions for teachers, students and their parents on career choices in sport, agriculture, retail, emergency services, childcare, the outdoors, the equine industry, marine and maritime, hospitality, supply change, the circular economy and climate change, animation and more!
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Welcome to DART Learning

DART (Distance And Rural Technology) Learning is a service provided by the NSW Department of Education. Our website allows teachers, parents and students to find incredible LiveBy Request, or On Demand learning experiences offered by museums, galleries, research institutes, scientists, writers, athletes, artists, educational organisations, musicians, zoos and many more.

DART Learning provides access and equity to education by supporting teachers with online resources, allowing them to deliver quality effective lessons and learning experiences with productive educational outcomes.  Our excursions are designed to enrich curriculum across all student ages and all subject areas.

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New YouTube Restricted Mode for K-10

The NSW Department of Education has recently implemented a Restricted Mode for YouTube videos for K-10 students.

Restricted Mode is a safer viewing option in YouTube that filters unsafe content based on the video’s metadata, title, and the language used in the video. This ensures inappropriate content containing violence, nudity, sex or drug references is filtered out.

You can access more information on this on the Google Support Website.

To access YouTube videos, teachers should log into their YouTube account using their Google credentials ([email protected]). Once logged in, they can then go to the drop-down menu and switch between restricted and unrestricted modes.

Students accessing YouTube from home will still be able to view all videos if they aren’t signed in with their DoE account. Only when logged in is their content restricted.

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