Educational resources to teach students about good digital citizenship, intellectual property and copyright through the lens of film and TV.
A new interactive teaching resource for year 5 and 6 students studying Media Arts in the Australian Curriculum. Over eight lessons students will plan, produce and present a film while developing media technology skills and learning about the movie-making process and the role of intellectual property.
A teaching resource for Years 4 to 6 - including two short video clips - that identifies the dangers of online malware associated with pirate sites and teaches the importance of respecting copyright and creative content.
Clarifying Copyright (Written resource) plus Explainer Animation (2½ mins).
To develop teachers’ understanding of copyright and piracy and assist them to promote academic integrity, good digital citizenship and responsible use of school broadband.
To assist primary and secondary students navigate legal and moral requirements when using copyrighted works. Includes a stand-alone quiz based on real-life scenarios to test students’ knowledge and understanding.
To assist primary and secondary students to learn basic film terminology and filmmaking skills, including: planning, scripting, storyboarding, shooting, shot types and angles, camera movements, editing, copyright and permissions.
For secondary students, a comprehensive insight into how films are made and those who make them. Includes 16 short video interviews exploring various roles including Stunt Performer, Visual FX Supervisor, Production Designer and Marketing Manager, plus a teaching plan.