The new remote learning packs on ARTS:LIVE have activities that are easy to share with students of different year levels, and have links to curriculum areas including physical activity, literacy, and numeracy. The packs include engaging bite-sized activities that will motivate students through music, visual arts, drama and dance.
New Remote Learning Packs have been designed to support teachers who are teaching remotely during Term 2. Over a hundred activities will be available across music, drama, visual arts and dance that have strong links to literacy, numeracy, physical activity and well-being so that teachers are easily able to include them in their lesson planning. … Read more
Tools to support remote learning and provide engaging at home activities for children are currently in great demand due to the unprecedented increase in at-home learning caused by the COVID-19 virus. This demand is coming from both the education sector, and from parents who are under enormous pressure to manage school workloads, their own workload, … Read more
Tools to Help Build Understanding and Resilience It’s been a tough start to the year, with support and sympathy expressed for those affected by the Australian bushfires from across the world. As a nation we all feel the impact on our communities and look for ways to help those devastated by the crisis. For many … Read more
We’re thrilled to announce that five new Early Years resources for pre-school and early primary school educators are now available on ARTS:LIVE. These new programs offer educators a variety of Arts Learning activities and ideas to stimulate the imagination, encourage creative play and support children’s development. Produced with the support of the Ian Potter Foundation, … Read more
Arts Centre Melbourne, the Australian Music Vault and The Song Room are excited to announce additional Sound Bites resources are now available on ARTS:LIVE! The collection has recently expanded to include programs presented by Kram from Spiderbait, songstress Olympia, teen hip hop group Girl Zone, and beatmaker Mo Komba of iconic duo Diafrix. Students will … Read more