Interactive Learning Modules

​The following four resources are computer-based interactive learning modules that have been designed for upper primary and lower secondary school students.

A comprehensive activity guide is available to support teachers to use the modules in their use in classrooms, including learning objectives, AusVELS standards and assessment activities.

These modules were developed by the Department in partnership with Kingswood College, Action Drama Studio, Cybersafe Kids and Tech-Savvy Solutions.

Interactive learning modules for primary students

Bullying

Follow Ben, Will, Chen, Bella, Shannon and Waleed through six challenging moments in their life. In each situation they have a difficult decision to make. Will they make a stand and lend their mates a hand when they need it or will stand back and let things be? It’s up to you to show them the way.

Within this module students are encouraged to discuss and learn about issues relating to cyberbullying, including bystander behaviour, lying and pretending, self-respect and respect for others and acceptance and difference.

 

For more information, see: Activity Guide for Primary Teachers: Bullying (pdf - 930.8kb)

Social media

Within this module students are encouraged to discuss issues in the field of digital citizenship including, internet safety, privacy and security, digital footprint and reputation, responsibilities and rights as creators in online spaces.

Caitlin, Luciana, Amit, Eli, Malachi and Madi are venturing into the exciting world of social media and suddenly finding themselves amongst some awkward stuff. Will they triumph in an epic way or will they be a casualty to the internet? It’s up to you to help them safely navigate these tricky situations.

 

For more information, see: Activity Guide for Primary Teachers: Social Media (pdf - 968.73kb)

Interactive Learning Modules for Secondary Students

Bullying

Follow Paul, Jasmine, Zoe, Gus, Tom and Nadifa through a typical day in the life of a teenager. Where online and offline are not two separate worlds. Where bullying online has the same consequences as bullying offline. What would you do? Can you help each kid work through their unique issue?

Within this module students are encouraged to discuss and clarify their own values and ethical positions in relation to issues relating to cyberbullying, including bystander behaviour, lying and pretending, self-respect and respect for others and acceptance and difference.

 

For more information, see: Activity Guide for Secondary Teachers: Bullying (pdf - 913.07kb)

Social Media

School work is getting harder, what can I do to get the grades I need? Friendships are changing, why would they say those things about me? The world around me never stops, it’s exhausting! Alex, Beth, Li, Phillipa, Shane and Tracey are normal teenagers, facing what many teenager face each day. At times it’s really hard to know the right thing to do. Can you help them?

Within this module students are encouraged to discuss and clarify their own values and ethical positions in relation to digital citizenship including, internet safety, privacy and security, digital footprint and reputation, responsibilities and rights as creators in online spaces.

 

For more information, see: Activity Guide for Secondary Teachers: Social Media (pdf - 941.32kb)