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Dr Karl Fire-Ed Up Q and A
Dr Karl is teaming up with the Chief Scientist & Engineer’s ‘Fire-Ed Up’ program for this enlightening webinar, casting a spotlight on the role of Science and Technology in bolstering our defences against bushfires amidst the escalating risks posed by climate change.
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NAIDOC Week is an opportunity for all Australians to learn about First Nations cultures and histories and participate in celebrations of the oldest, continuous living cultures on earth.
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A Virtual Week In Canberra 2023
A Virtual Week in Canberra is back! Join us for a week of virtual tours from Canberra-based institutions offering a range of education-packed events that explore art, science, culture and democracy. This year we have included a focus on CHANGE. Some topics that may be covered include REFERENDUM, DECISIONS and INNOVATION.
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Teaching NSW Parliament in Stage 3 - FREE Teacher Professional Development
Stage 3 teachers! Don’t miss this free online professional development session on NSW democracy, with tips and resources to maximise student engagement.
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Poem Forest
POEM FOREST is a free nature writing prize that invites students and teachers to use words to make positive climate action. For every nature poem received a tree is planted to help heal endangered habitats.
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Power, People and Protest: Celebrating the Franklin River
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the High Court decision to save the Franklin River. Join us as we step back in time to explore the rich debate surrounding the Franklin River and landmark High Court decision.
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Unlocking AI’s Potential for Teachers
Join AI education expert Leon Furze as he delves into AI’s role in shaping contemporary education and its relevance to your school.
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The University of Sydney – Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences aims to support high school students and teachers by developing content and resources to enrich their understanding in arts, humanities and social sciences.
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NAIDOC Week through picture books with author Sue Lawson
Join award winning author Sue Lawson as we celebrate NAIDOC Week. Sue will read two picture books Respect and An Important Message from Mr Beaky, as well as engage in a live Q&A session.
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DART Learning Bringing the world to your classroom

DART (Distance And Rural Technology) Learning is a service provided by the NSW Department of Education. We offer teachers, parents and students incredible educational virtual excursions. Our virtual excursions are presented in collaboration with 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 professional development and students with engaging virtual excursions, all available on one website. Our excursions enrich curriculum for all students and subject areas.

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