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The sixth eLearning Excellence Awards of the eLearning Industry Association of Victoria was held on 14 November.  The K-12 sector had a great range of finalists worth checking out.  

Royal Children’s Hospital Create, Explore, Learn App.  This app encourages children to create their own artworks, explore the vibrant spaces of the RCH and learn about the artists, designers, zoo keepers and divers who all play a role in making the RCH a healing space and a learning place.

Other finalists K-12:

  • Fatigue and Recovery – an interactive program for PE that gives students an opportunity to be involved in an engaging story that draws out the concepts behind fatigue and recovery in elite athletes
  • Chinese Language Learning Space– engaging modules to support teachers and students of Chinese Language
  • AITSL Illustrations of Practice – video vignette showing authentic teacher practice drawn from particular Standard and focus area drawn from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers (APST).

 President’s Award:

  • Time Lens Museum Victoria: takes would-be explorers on a scavenger hunt around Melbourne Museum to discover some of the treasured objects and hidden gems of the museum’s collection.
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