Visit Website This kit (3 books, 29 posters and 5 worksheets) can be used as an educational program by families, teachers, health workers and community groups to teach the principals of Protective Behaviours to primary school children.
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Visit Website The Legal Aid Commission produces a range of publications and fact sheets to help the community understand the law in the Northern Territory.
Visit Website A kit to help families keep kids safe at home. For parents and carers of children of all ages. The kit, for example, gives you tips to help make your house and yard safe; teach your children what to do if they feel scared or uncomfortable with someone; or teach your children what […]
Visit Website The Little Bit by Little Bit… series is a set of teaching materials to support delivery of Certificates I and II in Spoken and Written English in rural and remote Aboriginal communities. (The set contains 12 books, 1 audio tape and 1 video tape). The four topics in the series are: 1. Introduction […]
Visit Website Aboriginal Site Specific Maths Project (ASSMP) : problem solving in a culturally defined context : final report to the Committee for University Teaching and Staff Development 1997-1998 This package consists of fifteen illustrated, site specific problem solving activities based on social and environmental contexts in five Aboriginal communities. The activities are designed to […]
Visit Website A resource for workers and teachers with pre and primary aged children who are working on issues around exploring emotions and feelings. This package includes a 19 minute documentary style video and a set of 4 photocopyable booklets.
Visit Website Is designed to assist NSW early childhood teachers working with Aboriginal preschool children. The book’s aim is to support early childhood educators in using practical literacy teaching methods. Aboriginal Early Childhood Services Support Unit 37 Cavendish Street Stanmore NSW 2048 Ph: (02)9516 4473 Fax; (02)9516 5495 ABN 18 392 598 174