INTERACTIVE MODULES

The following interactive modules cover a range of topics for different year levels. For more information see the Teacher's Guide.

Can you save the Patagonian Toothfish?
An interactive suitable for students studying Geography, International Politics, and Civics and Citizenship education.
  Can you de-mine your town?
A cross-curriculum based approach that encourages clear-thinking and decision making. Also useful in leadership courses.
  Can you protect our North?
An interactive suitable for students studying Geography, Politics and Civics and Citizenship education.
    
Where have ADF forces served in
war and peace over time?
A very useful interactive for students studying Australian History, Geography and Civics and Citizenship education.
  What do we do with Jervis Bay?
Suitable for students studying Geography, Environmental Studies, Civics and Citizenship and in leadership courses due to its decision making component.
  George Gittoes, Australian war artist:
Acts of good citizenship

The interactive can be used in Art, English, International Politics, History and Civics and Citizenship education.
   
Impacts of Defence Bases on a Community
Suitable for students studying Economics and Civics and Citizenship education.
  What does it mean to be a
'Norforce Warrior'?
Suitable for students studying Media Studies and Civics and Citizenship.
  Operation Ratpack:
Will you make it through the day?
Suitable for students studying Health, Food Technology and Outdoor Ed.
     
Would you be a Good Peacekeeper?
Suitable for students studying Civics and Citizenship education.
  Australia and Afghanistan:
Are we being a good international citizen?

Suitable for History, Politics, International Relations, Legal Studies, English,
Civics and Citizenship.
   

 

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