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A Capital Investigation

A Capital Investigation is an online resource developed to increase students' understanding of the special importance of Canberra as Australia's national capital. It has been developed to support and enrich students' visit to the National Capital Exhibition, with pre- and post-visit activities. Alternatively it can be used in the classroom as a stand-alone investigation of Canberra as our national capital.The resource has been created for primary students at a year five or six level, though teachers may choose to use elements of it above or below this level according to their own situation.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 March 2014 14:03
Blundells Cottage: The Past in the Present

Bring history to life with a choice of two new FREE education programs. Blundells Cottage is a remnant of 19th century rural life in Australia where students can encounter life on the Limestone Plains before the national capital was created.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 February 2012 08:26
Education Resources

The National Capital Authority has developed four online Education Resource kits. The aims of these kits are to provide primary and secondary teachers with a curriculum-based education resource that supports the teaching of Studies of Society and Environment and Australian History and Geography. Click here for more information on the Education Resources

Last Updated on Thursday, 30 June 2011 12:38
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