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NAIDOC Week
NAIDOC Week's a time to celebrate the histories, cultures and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. It’s held each year during the first week of July and is an important annual event where everyone’s invited to join in the celebrations.
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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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[email protected] Classroom Energiser Episodes
The [email protected] episodes have been designed to support schools in including classroom energisers in their daily teaching and learning.
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Climate Solutions
The Powerhouse Museum presents a series of conversations with the innovators leading Australia’s response to climate change. Your students will be inspired and encouraged to think, puzzle and explore the projects of change-makers in the fields of marine ecology, landscape architecture, environmental engineering and climate law, among many other critical sectors involved in the climate challenge.
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National Portrait Gallery
With events for all year groups, the National Portrait Gallery's digital programs encourage children to explore new ideas and ways of seeing and to respond creatively in order to understand and appreciate Australian history, people and art.
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Reserve Bank of Australia
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) is Australia’s central bank. Its duty is to contribute to the stability of the currency, full employment, and the economic prosperity and welfare of the Australian people. The RBA’s public education program supports Economics teachers and students by providing a range of resources, events and learning experiences.
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Aboriginal Culture and History
Delve into the history of Aboriginal people and their culture through the great range of events we have available at DART Learning. From these events students and teachers will explore the effects of colonisation, discover different types of plants used and eaten by First Nation peoples, learn various weaving techniques and much more.
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A Virtual Week in Canberra
A week of virtual tours from Canberra-based institutions offering a range of education-packed events that explore art, science, culture and democracy.
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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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