Theme and dates announced for the 2023 My Place Competition

Pull out your planners: the My Place Competition returns in Term Three. 

ACTF resources for Make Music Day

Bring music to your primary or secondary classroom on 21 June with these free teaching and learning resources.

Learn Together: Join us for First Nations conference presentations

Join the ACTF Learning team at two upcoming national conferences to experience a range of professional development workshops that explore First Nations histories, cultures and stories in children’s television.

Insights from the inaugural Australian Media Literacy Summit

Hosted by the Australian Media Literacy Alliance (AMLA) with support from Meta Australia, this professional learning conference sought to build a network of advocates for lifelong media literacy education in our nation’s schools and community spaces.

Beyond ‘the talk’: How television can play a role in school-based relationships and sexuality education

In a recent national survey of 2,500 Australian parents, Curtin University researchers found that parents from a range of political and religious backgrounds want sex education taught in schools. Age-appropriate representations in children’s television can play a role in kickstarting these conversations.

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