Online curriculum and resources

The Australian Curriculum is published online to provide maximum flexibility in how the curriculum can be accessed and organised.

The Australian Government is supporting the implementation of the Australian Curriculum by providing streamlined access to a range of quality assured and curriculum aligned online teaching and learning resources by:

  • increasing the pool of national digital learning resources that are available free of charge to all Australian teachers, support teachers to develop flexible learning approaches and integrate digital resources into the classroom.
  • providing the national portal Scootle, which links teachers to the pool of digital curriculum resources aligned to the Australian Curriculum;  Scootle Community, a professional networking platform for teachers; and Language Learning Spaces in Chinese, Indonesian and Japanese.
  • supporting ABC Splash, an education website for Australian students and their parents with digital videos, audio clips and games aligned to the Australian Curriculum.

News

The following is a list of all the news items that are associated with Online curriculum and resources.

2015 Simpson Prize Awards

News | 21 April 2015

The Simpson Prize is a national competition for Year 9-10 students encouraging them to explore the ANZAC tradition.

2015 Simpson Prize winners announced

News | 17 March 2015

The eight winners and eight runners-up of the 2015 Simpson Prize have been announced at a special ceremony in Parliament House.

Review of the Australian Curriculum - Final Report and the Initial Australian Government released

News | 11 October 2014

The final report from the Review of the Australian Curriculum has been released.

Parents encouraged to talk to their kids about bullying

News | 21 March 2014

The Minister for Education, the Hon Christopher Pyne MP is encouraging parents to talk to their children about bullying today, the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence.

Minister Pyne congratulates Simpson Prize winners ahead of Gallipoli trip

News | 19 March 2014

Minister for Education, the Hon Christopher Pyne MP has presented prizes to eight winners and eight runners-up of the 2014 Simpson Prize, which recognises outstanding work in historical research around the Anzac story.

Review of the Australian Curriculum and the names of reviewers

News | 9 January 2014

The Minister for Education, Christopher Pyne announced that Professor Ken Wiltshire AO and Dr Kevin Donnelly would lead the review of the Australian Curriculum.

Student First website launched by Minister for Education

News | 9 January 2014

On Friday, 10 January the Minister for Education, the Honourable Christopher Pyne MP, launched the Australian Government’s Students First website.