19 April 2021, 12:00am–25 June 2021, 12:00am
12 July 2021, 12:00am–17 September 2021, 12:00am
|Cost||Free until 25 June|
|Bookings||Bookings open to teachers only|
Please note: this program is free to book for the remainder of term two.
This specially designed workshop builds on core literacy skills to explore important concepts of research and critical literacy.
Students will begin to understand that not everything they read and see online is true, and that it can be tricky to distinguish between credible and unreliable information.
- understand why it's important to be a critical and creative thinker in today's world
- apply core literacy skills in order to think critically about information
- compare characteristics of reliable and unreliable websites.
This program is supported by the Percy Baxter Charitable Fund and Margaret Ross AM.
Suitable for students in years three to six.
For schools with an ICSEA ranking below 1000, this program is made possible by the generous support of Gandel Philanthropy.
Pauline Gandel Children’s Quarter, also supported by Gandel Philanthropy, is a purpose-built space for children and families to read, learn and play, with an associated program of activities.
Term three program
This program will run both online and on-site for the duration of term three (11 June to 16 September 2021).
The on-site workshop is designed for classes up to 25 students and will run for 60 minutes, with an additional 60 minutes for self-guided learning. The cost is $180 per session (plus a $8.80 booking fee).
The online workshop is designed for classes of up to 90 students, with a cost of $130 per session (plus a $6.60 booking fee).