Teaching contemporary issues in Civics and Citizenship
Meaningful learning in Civics and Citizenship engages with real-world case studies and discussions about contemporary issues. These could be debates during elections, responses to climate change, or local issues such as young people’s access to recreational spaces.
Contemporary issues in Civics and Citizenship is a new professional learning resource to support teachers implementing Civics and Citizenship F–10 that will make it easier for teachers to use current issues in the classroom.
The resource comprises 6 professional learning modules, including pre-readings, group activities, discussion questions and prompts, plus other resources. It can be used by individual teachers or teams of teachers.
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NAPLAN writing test markers required for 2023
We are looking for current and retired teachers, and students in the final year of a teaching degree to apply for the rich and rewarding experience of reading and marking writing tests from Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 students. Marking takes place from Monday 20 March until late April, except during Easter from 7–10 April 2023.
Find out about the training and time commitment expected of markers, selection criteria and more information about being a
NAPLAN writing test marker.
Applications open until December 2022 through the
Sessional Staff Management System.