Civics and Citizenship Education

This board is about how we as primary school teachers can encourage student community participation in formal and non-formal settings in relation to Civics and Citizenship Education.
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This site provides learning resources for both teachers and students that are associated with the rules and laws of Australian Judicial System to engage students in the civics of society through fact sheets, videos and activities from primary to tertiary education.

Civic Engagement Grants provides a collection of resources on citizen engagement, civil society and community empowerment.

http://getsmarts.weebly.com/government.html This website is aimed towards teachers and students as it includes a collection of links and resources relating to Civics and Citizenship Education to support and enhance teaching and learning. It includes a variety of websites, worksheets, games, videos and apps that will encourage student being active community members.

http://getsmarts.weebly.com/government.html This website is aimed towards teachers and students as it includes a collection of links and resources relating to Civics and Citizenship Education to support and enhance teaching and learning. It includes a variety of websites, worksheets, games, videos and apps that will encourage student being active community members.

This professional learning package will provide the support for teachers to encourage students to be active citizens in the classroom, school and community. It also outlines the skills, values and dispositions that are vital to teach and how to actively create opportunities for students achievement. The package composes of 3 modules and how to successfully implement these in the classroom. http://www.civicsandcitizenship.edu.au/cce/civics__citizenship_education_plp,31986.html

This professional learning package will provide the support for teachers to encourage students to be active citizens in the classroom, school and community. It also outlines the skills, values and dispositions that are vital to teach and how to actively create opportunities for students achievement. The package composes of 3 modules and how to successfully implement these in the classroom. http://www.civicsandcitizenship.edu.au/cce/civics__citizenship_education_plp,31986.html

http://www.tesaustralia.com/civics-and-citizenship-primary-teaching-resources/ Tes Australia is a community based website where teachers share their ideas and resources regarding particular topics. This link is direct to free resources relating to Civics and Citizenship Education that support teachers in what makes a good citizen and how to encourage students to become active member of their community and understanding key topics of the rights and responsibilities of society.

Tes primary teaching resources give you everything you need for lessons with Years Activities and worksheets for phonics, fractions and a whole lot more!

This site contains digital content that provides an Asian focus to give students another perspective on how to be active citizens with the classroom and community. The links directly support teachers implementing Civics and Citizenship Education in the class with a cross cultural perspective.

Access any of these Asia-focused digital content lists created by AEF to support teachers implement the Australian Curriculum for History - Asia Education Foundation - arranged by year level

This site is about how to incorporate Landcare into the curriculum. All resources link with the Australian Curriculum to develop knowledge, skills and values among students to encourage them to contribute to a more sustainable environment at a school based and community level. It’s enabling students to understand the consequences of their actions and ways to become active citizens of society.

Hands on involvement with comunity projects that look after the natural environment, developing students concepts of stustainability

This website is designed for teachers and students by providing information about the nine parliaments and political parties in Australia that can be used as foundation knowledge to compare and contrast the different parliamentary systems and can be linked to real life situations of decision makings, roles, rules and democracy in the classroom.

This website is designed for teachers and students by providing information about the nine parliaments and political parties in Australia that can be used as foundation knowledge to compare and contrast the different parliamentary systems and can be linked to real life situations of decision makings, roles, rules and democracy in the classroom.

https://www.scootle.edu.au/ec/viewing/L9518/index.html  This link provides a cross curriculum priority of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures with another perspective to the concept of Civics and Citizenship Education and the struggle it took for Aboriginals to gain citizenship rights.

Scootle provides Australian teachers with access to more than quality-assured digital learning resources aligned to the Australian Curriculum.

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