Resources to support your classroom

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​​For more teaching resources, see: Teaching and the curriculum​​

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Supporting literacy in your school​

Resources and tools that support your classroom’s literacy goals​​​​​.​​​​

Premiers' Reading Challenge's book review competition now open

This year, the Premiers’ Reading Challenge (PRC) is running its first ever book review competition for secondary students.

Register for the Premiers' Reading Challenge and reach new heights

The 2019 Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge (PRC) is a chance to encourage your students to read more and ready widely. Register your school today

Get involved in the Young Australian Best Book Awards

Take advantage of nine virtual author and illustrator visits part of YABBA's year-long interactive 'read and vote' adventure to find Australia's top books.

Assess the reading and vocabulary of EAL students

A new reading and vocabulary assessment instrument for English as an Additional Language (EAL) students is now available to schools across Victoria.

Making sense of the teaching-learning cycle in reading and writing

The Literacy Teaching Toolkit supports you to connect reading and writing instruction with rich experiences across the curriculum.

Teaching students to read so they can read to learn

​New resources have been released from birth to level 6 as part of the Literacy Teaching Toolkit

Supporting parents to continue education at home

​​​​​A new literacy and numeracy resource ​for parents of children aged 0-12 can help to keep learning moving forward at home.​

Literacy teaching toolkit: Shared writing

A strategy for teachers and students to collaborate and explore the writing of complex texts

Phonological awareness explained

Phonological awareness is a crucial skill to develop in children. It is strongly linked to early reading and spelling success through its association with phonics. It is a focus of literacy teaching incorporating:

Literacy Teaching Toolkit: Focus on reading and viewing

The Literacy Teaching Toolkit is expanding to help​ provide further support and tools for teachers to use in the classroom. Among the additional resources now available is the final instalment of reading and viewing.

Supporting practical literacy instruction

​​​​​​​Teachers can now access annotated reading and viewing work samples to support teachers and school leaders

Class resource: Literacy Learning Toolkit

The Toolkit is an online resource that supports teachers to implement the Victorian Curriculum F-10 and the Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework (VEYLDF).

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Supporting STEM in your schools​​​​

Resources and tools that support your classroom's Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths goals​​.​​​

Software and technology that maximises​ your classroom time​

Digital tools are made available across the entire curriculum to support teachers and their students to make the most of their learning​.​​​

Manage information with confidence

Get started on creating an InfoSafe culture in your school and advance your own skills in cyber security, digital technology and more

Monitor language and literacy development using Insight

Take advantage of the English Online Interview on the Insight Assessment Platform at the beginning of each term to monitor your students' growth.

'Curious Kids' comes to life

The Conversation's Curious Kids editor and a series of academic experts recently visited four Victorian primary schools to bring their inquiry-based learning to life.

Using ClickView to support learning across all subjects

Belmont High School has been using ClickView to give teachers additional resources to drive learning and improve student engagement.

Online, interactive classroom adventures at your fingertips

Explore learning opportunities for both teachers and students in the virtual learning event space.​

Tailor Clickview's curriculum mapped resources to your 2019 teaching plan

​​With ClickView now available to secondary and P-12 schools, upskill through a teacher academy to make the most of this resource this year.

Understand Foundation students before they begin in 2019

A Transition Learning and Development Statement (TLDS) is completed by Victorian early childhood services towards the end of each school year, for children about to start primary school.

Create and innovate with digital tools for secondary schools

Secondary school teachers and students have access to a range of software titles through the Secondary School Software Suite.

Access interactive curriculum video resources through ClickView

ClickView provides teachers and students with access to thousands of videos to support learning and teaching and is available to Victorian secondary and P-12 schools.

Online packages of Australian stories now on FUSE

The Australian Children's Television Foundation's Peter Maggs explains how homegrown children's stories can kickstart classroom conversation and bring learning into familiar contexts.

Bringing the best children's television into your classroom

Victorian government school teachers and students now have access to some of the best Australian-made children’s television and curriculum resources in FUSE.

Using Minecraft to enhance collaborative learning

​Digital Learning Coach and Minecraft Global Mentor Stephen Elford explains how teachers can make the most out of this free learning tool​.

Exchange best practice on an international scale

​The Learning Exchange contains user-friendly resources for teachers, with videos and plain-language research.

Class resource: Dance for F-6

To support teachers to show how teaching and learning programs based on the Victorian Curriculum F–10, the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA) has developed sample units for Foundation to Year 6.

Crafting creativity with Minecraft

The Education Edition has been specifically created to immerse students in various Minecraft world's to promote creativity, problem solving, critical thinking, and collaboration between students.

Programs, competitions and scholarships for student​s

Programs, competitions and scholarships students can explore as part of their education outside the classroom​.​​