What’s Fair? is a cross curriculum resource designed to focus on a range of themes relevant to English, Studies of Society and Environment, and Health and Physical Education – Human Relations. It aims to support teachers in developing ethical inquiry as part of these curriculum areas. What’s Fair? is also well suited for use within Lifeskills programs designed to foster positive student behaviours within a supportive school environment.
The What’s Fair? Teachers' Guide (PDF) incorporates 8 units of work that support the What's Fair? education program.
What's Fair? Teacher’s Guide - Book (PDF)
Teaching Approaches and the Ideas Behind What's Fair?
What's Fair? Objectives
Ethical Enquiry Across the Curriculum:
A Framework for Ethical Inquiry and Discussion - Stages 1-5
Classroom Orgainsation and Teaching Style: The Classroom Community of Inquiry
Assessing Students' Progress: Some Suggested Approaches
Classroom Strategies and Studnet Activities for Undertaking Ethical Inquiry
Overview of Topics and Units
Introductory Topic - Hunting the Not Fair
Topic 1 - Being Fair: Considering Others
Topic 2 - Rights and Responsibilities in Families
Topic 3 - Being a Friend
- Unit 1: Being a Friend
- Unit 2: Being a Friend: Handling Peer Pressure
Topic 4 - No Bullying
Topic 5 - Being Honest
- Unit 1: What is Honesty?
- Unit 2: Why Cheat?
Topic 6 - Caring for our Environment
- Unit 1: Protecting Our Environment
- Unit 2: Preserving Our Aboriginal Heritage
Appendix 1: ACTF Series Details
Appendix 2: Hunting the Not Fair
ADDITIONAL UNITS of work available on this disc and as teacher support materials from ACTF Education:
Topic 7 - Being Different
Topic 8 - Standing Up For What You Believe
Curriculum Study Areas