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Great Resources for Teachers: Scootle

Here you will find many useful links to both curriculum and teaching ideas.

Welcome to Scootle


Discover learning resources

Scootle is a national repository that provides Australian schools with more than 20,000 digital resources aligned to the Australian Curriculum.

Browse by the Australian Curriculum

Browse content descriptions, elaborations, and year levels to find a wide range of resources across the learning areas.

Open Education Resources (OER)

Discover a selection of publicly available resources that are linked to the Australian Curriculum, and don’t require a login to access.


Scootle is free for all Australian educators.

Digital curriculum resources from partner organisations

Related Links

A huge range of digital curriculum resources has been sourced from Australia and New Zealand's leading cultural and scientific institutions and private collections. These include:

  • moving images from documentaries, feature films, newsreels and television programs;
  • still images such as photographs, artworks, posters, maps, documents and cartoons; and
  • sound files including speeches, songs, radio broadcasts and interviews.
  • Each resource comes with teachers' notes that provide educationally sound, contextual information about the item.


Australian Curriculum Lessons

Australian Curriculum Lessons is a FREE website for teachers and educators to access a vast range of lesson plans, teaching resources, posters, unit overviews and more.  All resources are generated by teachers and are aligned to the curriculum.


Hoonuit (formerly Atomic Learning)

Scootle Lounge

Scootle Lounge

The Lounge been created in order to provide a space to share informative and relevant content for Australia’s educators. It offers regular blog posts, teaching and learning resource suggestions, Scootle tips, and strategies to support your teaching and learning practice.

Subscribe to receive new posts delivered straight to your inbox.


For example:

Finding Scootle resources that support the Australian Curriculum

ESA News Archive

The ESA News is a monthly publication offering a range of teaching and learning resources, strategies, networks, and events across Australia. Subscribe here to keep up-to-date with all the latest news and views relevant to Australian educators.

Scootle Community

Scootle Community

This is an online professional learning network which enables Australian educators to quickly find and contribute to relevant professional learning discussions, networks, events and courses.

Scootle App

Download for iOS devices from the App Store or for android devices from Google Play.

Open Education Resources

Open Education Resources (OER)

These educational resources are available for everyone to use - no login is required. This is because they are either in the public domain or have been licenced under a particular Creative Commons licence which determines how they can be used.

Learning Paths

Learning Paths

A learning path is a collection of learning resources that someone has created. Make your own, or re-use ones that other teachers have created, and copy these to your folder.

These collections assist teachers by bringing together interactive, assessment and other digital curriculum resources with similar themes and sub-themes drawn from the curriculum.



Science By Doing: Years 7-10 Program

Science by Doing is a comprehensive online science program for Years 7 to 10 available free to all Australian students and teachers and is accessible through Scootle. The program provides teacher and student guides supplemented with digital resources for students that cover all elements and content descriptions of the Australian Curriculum. 


reSolve: Mathematics by Enquiry

A new series of resources designed to challenge and engage students with mathematics.


AITSL Illustrations of Practice

AITSL have developed a series of videos known as Illustrations of Practice for teachers and pre service teachers that demonstrate effective practice in a range of contexts. Each illustration targets a different Standard and links to the Australian Curriculum where relevant.