Start having meaningful conversations with a young person, as well as getting tips and ideas on how to maintain the connection.
Brought to you by: Peter Slattery
Mindfulness app with meditations for adults, young people, children, workplaces and classrooms.
Brought to you by: Smiling Mind
Free app to help people prepare for a conversation to check in on people in their lives.
Brought to you by: Beyond Blue
At Home With Studios by the Australian Ballet is offering free online ballet lessons delivered by experts for all levels to promote health and creativity while we are home, or wherever you are.
Brought to you by: The Australian Ballet
Weekly challenges to help improve mental fitness, increase your happiness, reduce stress, improve friendships and your focus.
Brought to you by: Black Dog Institute
Caption your online lessons and Zoom sessions to increase accessibility for all students.
Brought to you by: REV
Tools to support teachers, school leaders and caretakers involved in home learning. You can find evidence based planning tools, frameworks, resources and more.
Brought to you by: The Education Endowment Foundation (UK)
We are living through an unprecedented time and what we are doing and feeling will be valuable information to those following us. Archive your stories along with other Australians with the State Library of Victoria.
Brought to you by: State Library Victoria
Wellbeing resources hub for the education community with resources that are underpinned by the Australian Student Wellbeing Framework (2018).
Brought to you by: Education Services Australia, Australian Government Department of Education
Create a more accessible and inclusive learning environment for all learners that learn and think differently. Research based resources handpicked by experts to support teachers and caregivers.
Brought to you by: Understood
Designed to help students process the pandemic (or forget it for a bit). A former school librarian shares recent young adult novels to boost kids’ resilience or give them some laughs.
Brought to you by: Edutopia
Sometimes cartoons ARE the answer: navigating parenthood in a time of remote learning. Sarah shares her insight into what it’s like juggling the job of a parent and an educator during this time of remote learning and what to look forward to.
Brought to you by: Learning Creates