The Victorian Curriculum F–10 incorporates the Australian Curriculum and reflects Victorian priorities and standards. In Levels 9 and 10, students consider changes in the characteristics of places and the implications of these. They consider significant spatial distributions and patterns and evaluate their implications, and consider interconnections between and within places and changes resulting from these, over time and at different scales. This further develops their understanding of geographical concepts, including place, space and interconnection.
Victorian Essential Learning Standards main page for The Humanities, which includes links to sample teaching units and assessment maps, among other useful resources. Specific Humanities subject areas are: Economics, Geography and History.
This site contains links to Geography-related learning and teaching support materials such as websites, publications, assessment examples, professional learning support and links to current research in the area of Geography education.
The Shape of the Australian Curriculum: Civics and Citizenship provides broad direction on the purpose, structure and organisation of an Australian curriculum for Civics and Citizenship. It is intended to guide the writing of the Foundation to Year 12 Australian Curriculum: Civics and Citizenship.