This site was established primarily as an invitation only site and was created as a resource for new teachers or teacher acquaintances. After I retired from teaching in 2010, I found that I had several hundred pages of lessons, tutorials, web quests and worksheets many that I have acquired, modified but mainly created by myself specifically for the ICT area.
Prior to becoming a high school teacher I was Multimedia Officer in Charge at Curtin University (21 years), and an accredited software trainer for my own company and was sub-contracted to several training companies; consequently I have developed many training packages for use in Adobe, Microsoft and other software packages and these are also available on this site. Site Plan
If you have been invited to this site Welcome, if you have found this site whilst browsing, that could be a bonus for you because the site is not published for public use. You should decide if you should leave or stay. Either way I feel many gigabytes of lessons, worksheets etc. would be wasted on my home computer so here they are. The topics include Naplan Tests, ICT and AIT Exam Papers, Test Papers, many Quizzes all with Answer sheets or solutions, as are most of the web quests or worksheets. There are other subjects covered but not in any great depth and I will endeavour to provide more detailed coverage so that teacher may have access to as much teaching material as possible. This resouce may be of use to distance education teachers and they should feel free to enquire on any educational topic not covered on this site or request material for their particular needs.
I was strict with lessons and classroom management and insisted all mobile devices be placed on the center table during class time, I then checked with bluetooth on my phone to see if any were still switched on! But once the students understood this they became quite cooperative prior to class work and used that time to recharge their phones. However the school moved to ipads for everyone so that had a detrimental impact later, but I issued essays for students playing games (see Miscellaneous).
Apologies if work here has been sourced from others on the web, I believe there is plenty of material if you are willing to search; but here is my collection of material used after many years as a teacher and I believe that knowledge should be given freely. Each worksheet, lesson or tutorial is identified to a particular stream or topic as follows:
AIT, Cert II IT, Cert II Bus, Multimedia, Design, Science, Technology, Environment, Art, Math, English, Religion, Teacher Specific
The work presented here is copyright free, although some linked sites may be copyright.
Peter J Faulks
BA Soc. Sci., Grad Dip Ed (Sec), Cert IV in Training & Assessment., Cert II Audio Visual Studies., FASSA (Fellow)
* AITStage1 * AITStage2 * AITStage3 * Cert II Business ** Lessons
* MultiMedia **** Subjects * Tutorials * Student Survival Kit Relief Lessons
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|AIT Stage 2||Multimedia||02organise||02_follow||Corel|
|AIT Stage 3||Naplan||03communicate||03_design||Digital Design|
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