Get ready to Take Action Together for the 11th National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence (NDA) on Friday 19 March 2021. Visit Bullying. No Way! website for more information and let’s Take Action Together.
Supporting teachers and students to connect and continue learning during school closures or disruptions. Learning continuity planning has information you need for moving your classroom online and working with school colleagues.
To access eLearn (Blackboard) you will require a compatible browser. Departmental devices now include a desktop icon which open eLearn directly.
All Queensland state school staff and students can now download free copies of the latest Microsoft Office.
For access to the Staff and Student spaces join the Learning Place Affiliates program.
Parents and carers can help children have a safe and positive online experience with a range of resources available.
Get ready to Take Action Together for the 11th National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence (NDA) on Friday 19 March 2021.
New for NDA 2021 is a virtual classroom presented by the eSafety Commissioner. Available at 11am on Friday 19 March, Be an eSafe kid: Being an upstander looks at ways students can be upstanders and support their friends online. The NDA school event toolkit has everything you need to host activities and classroom resources for open discussion about bullying and bullying prevention.
If you access teaching resources through Improve and Scootle, from Education Services Australia (ESA), you will be affected by upcoming changes to these online resources.
As part of Indigenous English as an additional language or dialect (IEAL/D), view the video My Language Matters which raises awareness of the unique language challenges some Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students face.
The Digital Careers program aims to increase the number of ICT professionals in Australia by promoting ICT study options and careers.
Supports Queensland state school teachers to meet renewal of registration requirements with the Queensland College of Teachers (QCT).
Scootle provides Australian teachers and students with access to online digital curriculum resources from the National Digital Learning Resources Network (NDLRN).
All Queensland state school staff and students can now download multiple free copies of the latest Microsoft Office to their personal home computers and mobile devices.
The Department of Education, in partnership with the Daniel Morcombe Foundation, has developed the Daniel Morcombe Child Safety Curriculum for Queensland students.
A Queensland handwriting resource for lower primary contains QCursive fonts, editor software (to process unjoined to joined characters), and style and joining rules.
Offers a range of digital materials to encourage a love of reading, to support teaching and learning and professional development.