Queensland State Library’s Curriculum Connect Resources for P-12

Queensland State Library’s Curriculum Connect Resources for P-12

Jo-Anne HineB BLOCK Room 435(Sky Bridge) & ONLINE

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State Library of Queensland’s learning resources have recently been collated onto new website. Curriculum Connect makes finding free, teacher-reviewed, classroom-ready resources simple. Search for materials tailored for specific year groups and subjects. Explore rich content and learning activities from First Nations perspectives. Learning resources are linked to curriculum outcomes and State Library collections. Teachers can download, use, re-use and repurpose in a few quick clicks. In this presentation Jo will introduce you to Curriculum Connect, our learning resources, State Library Collections, and onsite offerings for schools.

State Library of Queensland's incredible (and not so well known) Media Arts curriculum resources for P-12 

Jo-Anne Hine

Jo-Anne Hine is currently the Teacher in Residence and Coordinator of Schools Engagement at State Library of Queensland. She has worked extensively as a Visual Art and Media teacher, most recently at Cannon Hill Anglican College in Brisbane. Having contributed to the Visual Art syllabus expert writing team, Jo became the QCAA Principal Education Officer for Visual Art between 2018 and March 2020. Through her role in the executive of the Queensland Art Teachers Association, Jo has advocated for The Arts in all their forms. She is a co-author of Creative Inquiry, Queensland’s Visual Art textbook, published by Cambridge University Press.
Fri 3:15 pm - 4:15 pm
50 max
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