Teaching resources for the Ukraine crisis & floods

Education resources about the Ukraine Crisis

These tips and educational resources will help you teach and talk to students, of all ages, about the Ukraine Crisis. The crisis in the Ukraine may induce worry and uncertainty - especially in students. It's tempting to shy away from the topic, but having accurate, honest conversations is an important way to help young people become informed and compassionate world citizens.

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Teaching resources about floods

Teaching students about floods - particularly when they're still occurring - requires sensitivity, scientific facts and engaging lesson ideas. To bring these elements together, the ClickView team have curated video playlists, educational resources, and a few smart teaching ideas to help you engage students in the most recent Australian natural disaster.

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Free Term 3 videos and resources

Browse a collection of our most popular videos and teaching resources for free. You can add these resources to your lesson plans for Term 3 and find out why over 5,000 schools already use ClickView.

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The Impact of Video in K-12 Classrooms

Must-read research insights for schools

A collaboration between Monash University and ClickView, this new research paper uncovers how three areas can influence the effectiveness of video in delivering learning outcomes.

Literature Review

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