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This bulletin is provided by CEnet to inform and support member dioceses.

In this edition, Scam Awareness Week, Diocese of Broken Bay resource sharing for HSIE and ICT teachers and an update on the the Catholic Learning Online Events schedule.

We hope you find the information of interest and we welcome your feedback and suggestions. 
Scams Awareness Week

Last week was national Scams Awareness Week 2020, and this represents a great opportunity to remind your staff, teachers and students of the heightened risk of online scams.
"Scamwatch has reported a 55 per cent increase in reports involving loss of personal information this year compared with the same period in 2019, totalling more than 24 000 reports and over $22 million in losses."
You can find out more about Scams Awareness Week 2020 on the Australian Government ScamWatch website including practical tips and tricks for avoiding scams.
Go to ScamWatch
Broken Bay HSIE & Tech Field Trips Resource Site

The Diocese of Broken Bay has made available a resource site for educators in support of the ongoing implementation of the NSW History & Geography Syllabii for the Australian Curriculum and the General Capabilities of Literacy and ICT. Resources available via the site include the following:
  • 25 Teacher Professional Learning Field Trip Learning Journals;
  • DBB Aboriginal Seasonal Calendar;
  • DBB History K-10 Teacher Resource;
  • Broken Bay multimedia Acknowledgement of Countries;
  • Broken Bay Aboriginal Creation Story Resource; and
  • Related NSW Syllabus Resources.
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The 25 Teacher Professional Learning Field Trip Learning Journals, organised in the Broken Bay school clusters of the Northern Beaches, North Shore and Central Coast, support teacher professional learning that integrates the Field Work component of the History K-10 Syllabus and the use of ICT (iPads and Learning Journals).
The DBB Aboriginal Seasonal Calendar was developed as a resource to support the curriculum demands of the NSW Geography & Science & Technology K-6 Syllabii. This resource provides examples of how the movement of animals and changes to plants/trees signalled the change of seasons in Broken Bay.
The DBB History K-10 Teacher Resource provides teachers with sources of evidence around Aboriginal Life across the three geographic clusters of Broken Bay. This includes middens, cave art, engravings, tools and weapons, artefacts, stone arrangements, waterholes and soaks and quarry sites.
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The Broken Bay Acknowledgement of Countries is a multimedia resources co-constructed by Aboriginal Education Officers and our Aboriginal Students. This Acknowledgement respectfully includes all Aboriginal Nations that had a connection to Broken Bay – Guringai, Darug, Awabakal and Darkinjung. It is suitable to be used at Masses, Graduations, School Assemblies and the like.
The DBB Creation Story Resource was developed in relation to the demands of the NSW History & Geography Syllabii and the Broken Bay Religious Education Curriculum so far as it relates to the Stage 2 and Stage 3 Modules: Land, People, Spirit.
The related NSW Syllabus resources include custom made Google Maps that trace Arthur Phillip’s 1st Inland Expedition in Australia, Arthur Phillip’s exploration of the Broken Bay and Central Coast, as well as European / Aboriginal Conflicts in the history of Broken Bay. This resource also includes links to the Journals of Arthur Phillip and William Bradley as well as a number of DBB created Australian History 360 VR Resources.

Please contact John Hession for further information.
Go to Resources
Catholic Learning Online Events

Following the success of the recent Catholic Learning Online Event with the team from Lucid Education, teachers will have another opportunity to work with Britney Davis and Dave Palmer from Lucid on Wednesday 26 August commencing at 7.30 am.

Teachers can register interest in participation by clicking here or by using the button below.

Comments from participants in the first event:
Thanks so much to all who organised this session for everyone to attend
Fantastic, great way to start the day!
Really informative"
Thank you for your professional and warm approach
Great to have actual Lucidpress presenters

The current list of upcoming Catholic Learning Online Events:
  • LucidPress and LucidChart in the classroom 26 August 7.30 am
  • Google Tour Creator 16 September 7.30 am
  • Google Tour Creator 22 October 3.30 pm
  • Using SORA 29 October 3.30 pm
  • Using SORA 11 November 7.30 am
Additional information will be published closer to the events.
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