Online Learning Support - Continuity
Welcome to the Online Learning Support page. To assist you to develop and offer Consistency of Learning for your students during a time of closure, you may like to utilize some of the links below.
Click on images or download the file to get more information or go to the resource.
The following document outlines several solutions for Campion connectivity issues. Otherwise email: email@example.com
Simon team has put together this guide to help facilitate continued learning.
General information to assist you using Teams for your remote learning platform.
VIC DET is holding a OneNote best practice session with Eventbrite on the 13/5
Microsoft OneDrive list of online and OnDemand webinars for remote learning.
DLTV Online Webinars
DLTV OnDemand recordings
ACS (Australian Computer Society) virtual development webinar series.
This page has links to all our databases. The usernames are provided and the passwords are on the SIMON page.
Virtual Research Collection:
Encyclopedia and databases for International market. Great general information but only some specific Australian content. Handles differentiation well. Free to trial during closure.
We have a growing range of eBooks. Students can borrow and read online or download to read them offline (use the ePlatform link for offline).
Alternatives are to join the Central Highlands Library or the State Library of Victoria and borrow from their collections.
Created in collaboration with subject teachers these pages have a range of resources for VCE subjects.
College Psychologist recommendations:
Director of Teaching and Learning -
Mrs Julia Petrov provides links to advice and directives for remote learning practice - click the title:
Remote Learning SPC Guidelines.
14 Tips For Online Teaching
Research Guides: Each year level has a page of resources that have been tailored to specific curriculum tasks or topics.
Lisa's suggestions should staff need support:
Click Lisa's icon to go to Employee Assistance Program.
Go here to look up our wide range of resources. A good place to also send students - use the "search other sources" tab to search multiple databases at once.
Document outlining our Pastoral Care and Student Wellbeing in an Online Educational setting Expectations.
Elizabeth provided this document for staff - click the title:
Pastoral Care Student Wellbeing
WIRED - The Wide Interest Reading English Development program involves all Years 7-9 students.
If you require resources to be purchased, follow this link and KRC staff will process the order and arrange delivery of items to you ASAP.
Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Research Process: If you want to guide your students to advice about the research process - Identify, Search, Evaluate, Ethical Use.
ClickView manager, has provided a document with links that may be helpful as you use ClickView to support your teaching and learning - click this link.
ClickView and Remote Learning
Play by the Rules
Safe delivery of practical classes. The Australian Government has announced new community sports guidelines to combat the spread of COVID-19 as of March 2020.
Khan: Created by experts, Khan Academy's library of trusted practice and lessons covers maths, science and more. Login via Google account.
Exercises to get you mobile while working remotely.
FUSE Welcome to the Education Departments teacher resource page. Find resources for all stages of learning. Explore featured resources and browse resources aligned to the Victorian Curriculum.
Common Sense A valuable source of information relating to all things educational. Focus is on Digital Citizenship, Ed Tech Ratings and Reviews and Expert Advice / Inspiration.
DLT: Digital Learning and Teaching Victoria is a community with access to professional learning, support, advocacy and a vibrant network of passionate educators.
All Digital School:
A community that has curated both free and paid resources from all over the web. Guides for both teachers and parents. Arranged by subjects and can be searched by levels.
Nathaniel Winfield shared this app with us.
Make beautiful boards, documents and webpages that are easy to read and fun to contribute to.
Stephen Hill promoted this resource through the Memo. All teachers and classroom support staff have been registered with the Teacher Learning Network.
brings you thousands of free, curriculum-linked resources for Primary and Secondary students and teachers.
Some general guidelines and best practice approaches to managing copyright and remote learning.
HIVE - Learning@Home
Tools and resources to support teachers to provide learning continuity beyond the classroom.
Learning Exchange - A shared space for educators to exchange ideas, ask questions, engage in discussion and learn from each other.
Scootle: a national repository that provides Australian schools with more than 20,000 digital resources aligned to the Australian Curriculum.
SLAV - School Library Association of Victoria
Explore the resources that have provided a list of online resources that may be of use.
ReadWorks: A great place to locate short reading passages for all age groups. These are accompanied by self corrected comprehension
Home Office Expenses:
For employees working from home as a result of COVID-19, we have specific information available.
Daniel Sutton shared with us some ideas on how to use Kahoot in the classroom. Its pretty easy to use. You can search for and use existing kahoots or make your own.
BBC Bitesize is a free online study support resource designed to help with learning, revision and homework!
aitsl: This Spotlight identifies best practice evidence to guide teachers on setting up online learning and advice teachers can give parents.
Teacher Resource Hub
eSafety Commissioner: Tips on how to stay safe online during the COVID-19 pandemic.
TED: These original animated videos, paired with questions and resources, make up what we refer to as TED-Ed Lessons.
audible have made their children's platform freely available. Click the icon to get an audiobook.
DifferentiatorAn online interactive tool to assist you to differentiate a task.
Simply, virtual tours and field trips can spark your students’ interest and motivate their learning in a specific content area - see file below.
Commonsense Virtual Trips Apps and Websites:
There are great games, apps, and websites that can bring places and experiences to the classroom. Check these out via the linked text above.
The new website makes it's easier for you to find teacher resources by subject, year, cross-curriculum priorities, topic, and/or SBS program title.