Teaching about Sun and UV at school – taking a critical inquiry approach

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Why Sun and UV at School matters?

 

Australia has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world, and statistics show that melanoma is the most common cancer affecting young Australians aged 15–to24¹.

The good news is that skin cancer is highly preventable. The new Sun and UV at School skin cancer resources will assist primary and secondary school students to make healthy, safe, and proactive choices regarding sun protection to reduce their risk of skin cancer into the future.

Ready-to-use resources for K-10 teachers

These new evidence-based resources have been strategically developed in consultation with the NSW Department of Education and other education and health sector representatives. They offer teachers a set of flexible classroom materials that align with the outcomes, objectives, skills and content of both the NSW PDHPE and Science syllabuses for years K to 10.

 

These resources are also linked to the Australian Curriculum, where relevant, and can be used by teachers in other states and territories. They are also linked to the SunSmart program.

The resources are a value-packed collection of ready-to-use materials, designed to allow maximum flexibility to fit different teaching styles, student needs and learning environments. They include complete units of work, individual lessons, animations, infographics, links to data repositories and grab-and-go activities, and more.

Catch up with the authors as they give you a tour

Did you miss our webinar with the authors of the resources?

Check it out below and download the resources ready for summer.

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