Find self-directed learning resources, support materials and software to enable flexible learning
As Victoria responds to the evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, it's important you and your students are familiar with the tools you'll be using to learn from home, and how you can best incorporate them into your daily teaching practice.
Supporting self-directed learning
Learning From Home website provides resources for teachers, aligned to the Victorian Curriculum F-10, to support remote and flexible learning. Student self-directed activities are available as online and offline (downloadable and printable) options and can be adapted to meet the needs of your students.
Inclusive learning tools for the virtual classroom
The FUSE Learning From Home resources now include a new
Inclusion Support page offering support for teachers in specialist settings or who teach students with a disability in mainstream settings.
The resources highlight examples of effective teaching and learning in schools as well as extending learning to the home environment. Resources include:
- supported learning activities
- ways to support communication
- motor skill development
- readiness for learning at school and at home
- AllPlay Learn online information and courses.
webinar is also available to help teachers and students get the most out of the new Inclusion Support page.
Software for Students and Teachers
Software is available to support remote and flexible learning. The following software toolsets are important to maintain online learning at home:
- Videoconferencing for staying connected
- Webex, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams
- Learning management for curriculum delivery
- Microsoft Office 365, G Suite
- Learning resources aligned to the Victorian curriculum frameworks
Find out more
More information and additional resources for
Learning from Home and
Inclusion Support are available on the Department's FUSE website.
For more information on software available, visit our
DET Software page and
How to Access Guide.