If walls could speak is a multi-modal resource which features primary sources and is designed as an inquiry into the lives of 5 people who relied upon government welfare and were affected by government legislation from 1830s to 1918.
The Ediacaran Fossils of the Flinders Ranges eBook has been created to support teachers when addressing the concepts of geological time and evolution with their students. It provides background information on South Australian Ediacaran fossil discoveries and their scientific importance.
This eBook guides students through six stations on their visit Adelaide Botanic Garden to investigate great journeys of exploration and learn about the history of spices, their uses and their impact on societies.
Students use iPads to engage with the Bound for South Australia exhibition. This digital inquiry explores the concept of migration and examines the conditions people experienced voyaging to Australia between 1836 and the 1950s.
Students use iPads to engage with the First Voyages, Exploring the Southern Coast exhibition as they learn about the Europeans that charted the South Australian coast in the early 19th century, their discoveries and how these contributed to the way Australians live today.
This web based digital resource for students in Years 5-6 uses an inquiry based approach and aligns with the AC: Science and Geography. Students investigate how fossils discovered in South Australia provide evidence of the ways that animals have evolved, adapted and changed to survive in their environment.