Contact

Provided here is contact and website information related to each content provider. Please contact each provider with regards to specifics for their events.

Australian Children’s Television Foundation

The ACTF is a national children’s media production and policy hub. We help develop children’s television policy; distribute and invest in Australian children’s television series; support new, innovative and entertaining children’s media; and develop valuable screen resources for the education sector.

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CAASTRO

‘CAASTRO in the Classroom’, an initiative of the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for All-sky Astrophysics (CAASTRO), is an outreach program designed to engage Australian school students and teachers with research scientists. CAASTRO’s astrophysicists take their enthusiasm for exciting new astronomy research into classrooms via video conferencing to inspire students about science and technology.

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EDTV

ED TV delivers live, interactive student lessons  via video conference across a range of subject areas for K-12 students and teacher professional development workshops. Current student lessons and teacher PD workshops are listed at www.dartconnections.org.au.

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The Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust

The Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust provide on-site educational experiences to thousands of students per month across three Botanic Garden locations. We have a new digital education unit, incorporating video conferencing and iPads. Our innovative video conferences are delivered from within The Australian PlantBank; a new science and research facility located at The Australian …

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Australian Centre for the Moving Image

A globally unique cultural institution located in Melbourne’s iconic Federation Square, ACMI celebrates, explores and promotes the cultural and creative richness of the moving image in all its forms. Through a vibrant annual calendar of award-winning exhibitions, films, festivals, live events, creative workshops, education programs and screen culture resources, ACMI provides visitors with an unsurpassed …

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Australian Fossil & Mineral Museum

Scattered Bones is a national award winning video conference earth science/writing module presented by the Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum (Bathurst NSW) and author and literacy consultant Paul Stafford. The program is a unique combination of palaeontology and literacy skills development that delivers a fun and interactive combination of writing skills and dinosaur-themed workshops.

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Australian Museum

The Australian Museum has an internationally recognised collection of over 18 million cultural and scientific objects. The Australian Museum plays a leading role in taxonomic and systematic research, and at its research station at Lizard Island conducts significant research on coral reef ecology. Through exhibitions and other public programs the Australian Museum continues to inform and amaze generations of visitors about the unique flora, fauna and cultures of Australia and the Pacific.

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Australian National Maritime Museum

Australians are closely linked to the sea. Our oceans and waterways have influenced our development and who we are as a nation. The Australian National Maritime Museum in Sydney captures these themes with fascinating artefacts, lively exhibitions, educational and fun activities and even the chance to board ships and experience life on the water

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Fizzics Education

We offer engaging hands-on experiments and fully-interactive demonstrations designed to improve students understanding and appreciation of science. Our school science workshops have been previously assessed by the NSW Department of Education & Training Performances for Schools Unit. Enrich your curriculum and make your next incursion one to remember! Our science programs are presented by qualified teachers, science …

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National Rugby League

NRL One Community’s Learning With League team are successfully delivering high-quality education programs to school students and are continuing to build a reputation as a provider on the cutting edge of current education pedagogy and technological advances.

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Manly Environment Centre

The Manly Environment Centre (MEC) has been operating since 1991. Set up as an action and education based environment centre it houses reference material which is easily available to schools and the wider community Promoting sustainable living practices through practical projects.

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Museum Of Contemporary Art

The MCA is Australia’s Museum of Contemporary Art, dedicated to exhibiting, collecting and interpreting the work of today’s artists.

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National Library of Australia

The National Library of Australia is the world’s largest storehouse of knowledge about Australia and its people. The Library ensures that this knowledge is collected, preserved and made accessible in order to support learning, creative and intellectual endeavour, and contribute to the continuing vitality of Australia’s diverse culture and heritage

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Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences

The Powerhouse Museum offers highly interactive, incredibly exciting and truly innovative programs spanning science, design, sustainable technologies, and a vast range of creative and cultural industries.

A fantastic way to inspire students, our excursions provide unique opportunities to interact with designers, artists and scientists; examine significant and quirky objects from the Museum’s collection; or partake in a pre-visit introduction to an exhibition that they will be visiting in person.

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Questacon

 Questacon- The National Science and Technology Centre and The Questacon Technology Learning Centre* offer engaging workshops and events that enable students to explore science, technology and innovation, through experience.

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State Library NSW

With its extensive collection of over five million items, the internationally renowned State Library of NSW aims to collect, preserve and make accessible the documentary heritage of NSW. The State Library is a powerful storyteller, revealing the treasures that speak to the history of our state and nation. The Library is committed to connecting our unique resources and collections with teachers and students across Australia and the globe, through a range of programs which inspire engagement, creativity and intellectual growth.

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Sydney Livng Museums

Sydney Living Museums

Sydney Living Museums (SLM), the new public face of the Historic Houses Trust of NSW, offers engaging programs for schools to take advantage of video conferencing technology.
Important historical sources are woven into lively presentations to bring stories associated with our various properties to life and into your classroom.

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Sydney Olympic Park Authority

Sydney Olympic Park has become a favourite excursion destination since the opening of Bicentennial Park in 1988 and we now have over half a million students visiting us each year. All our programs are outcomes-driven, interactive and designed to make learning come alive.

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Sydney Opera House

Transport your classroom to Bennelong Point, where students can participate in practical workshops with professional artists and educators, get up close to our iconic building in behind-the-scenes tours, and experience the highest quality performances in real time.

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