The Education Curriculum and Media Collections can be found on Level 1 of the Giblin Eunson Library.
Discover a range of resources to support your assessment tasks and placements: 3D-objects, models, toys, games, big books, board books, picture books, young adult fiction, DVDs, CDs, charts, pictures and multi-piece sets.
This guide also features streamed videos and digital resources you can access online and use within your teaching.
Enter your topic keywords. You can search across all of our Education Curriculum Collections or you can select 1 of 6 specific collection (from drop-down menu). eg Textbook collection or Kits collection.
Are you preparing lessons for your school placement?
Links for electronic resources:
Streamed videos from the Library can be incorporated into your lessons during placement or used for your own learning. The videos play immediately and are accessible 24/7
How to find streamed videos
Search the Library catalogue and limit results to online videos
Alternatively, search these databases for streamed videos:
New to streaming media?
Want to know how to create short clips for your classroom?
Storyline Online is a free resource. Reading to children has been repeatedly shown to improve their reading, writing and communication skills, logical thinking, concentration and general academic aptitude as well as inspire a love of reading. The Screen Actors Guild Foundation records well-known actors reading children’s books and makes graphically dynamic videos.
Storyline Online also provides an activity guide to support lesson planning to build comprehension of the featured picture books.
Search the catalogue by Title, Author or the Subject link. use the drop menus to sort results by date, title, author and location (Giblin Eunson Library). Try these Subject Headings:
A selection of streamed videos providing instructional support for implementing English and Literacy lesson. Click on the icon for a video synopsis.
Released by Random House Kids, these book trailers including video's created by school students', provide visual teasers and short film clips based on popular and new release Young Adult (YA) fiction titles.