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February 16th 2017
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Are you using ACTF content in your classroom or school? We would love to hear from you!

Hi Education eNews subscribers. I’m Janine Kelly, the new Curriculum Officer at the ACTF. Working within the Education team, my role involves supporting teachers by creating resources, organising educational events, and through outreach to schools.

With my primary teaching background, I know just how valuable it is to find great content and curriculum-aligned resources that genuinely engage your students. Teachers from all over Australia have recently told us about: Year 6 students writing personal responses to Little Lunch episodes; Year 5 students exploring ethical dilemmas, storyboarding and scriptwriting through the Little Lunch App Competition; and introducing Year 12 students to documentary filmmaking with our MY:24 App.

We would love to know how you’re using our content in teaching and learning, and how we can best support you in the classroom. You can reach the ACTF Education team at education@actf.com.au.

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