Just hold that thought for a moment; halving the proportion of people in the world without access to safe drinking water and improved sanitation would bring a net economic benefit of $60 billion every year. Most of this benefit (around $54 billion), by the way, would come from achieving the more neglected sanitation target.
The NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation Centre is key to the department's future as an international leader in quality learning, curriculum delivery and educational innovation. It offers a new model of support for schools that is reflective of current and future needs, and leverages the combined curriculum and learning innovation capacities of the department.
Information and resources to help school leaders and teachers create and sustain safe and supportive school communities. The facts about bullying Did you know? Definitions. Types of bullying. Signs of bullying National Safe Schools Framework (NSSF) The National Safe Schools Framework provides schools with a set of guiding principles and strategies to help them provide a safe and supportive school community for students and the broader school community. Whole school strategies What is a safe and supportive school environment? Whole school anti-bullying resources Whole school cybersafety resources School policies and legislation Resources for the classroom Links to websites, activities, videos, scenarios, stories and curriculum links to use in the classroom and to student engagement activities.
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The global average surface temperature in 2011 was the ninth warmest since 1880, according to NASA scientists. While average global temperature will still fluctuate from year to year, scientists focus on the decadal trend. Nine of the 10 warmest years since 1880 have occurred since the year 2000, as the Earth has experienced sustained higher temperatures than in any decade during the 20th century.
LMERC staff regularly prepare resource lists for teachers. These lists allow teachers to quickly see what materials LMERC holds in a particular area. Currently, these lists are being updated but they will be placed on this site as they are completed.
Arab Gateways: A resource for Australian students and teachers explores some of the history, geography, economics and culture of the Arab region. It promotes understanding of the cultures, values, beliefs and diversity of peoples of the Arab region
CensusAtSchool is a nation-wide annual project that collects real data relevant to students. It provides a snapshot of the characteristics, attitudes and opinions of those students who have completed questionnaires.
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