This collaboration decision support tool has been designed as a resource to aid organisations considering entering into or forming collaborations to (a) help to determine if collaboration is the most appropriate model, (b) assess current capacity and capability to undertake collaborative action, and (c) offer strategies and resources with which to go forward. It is informed by a strong evidence base drawn from research and practice.
TO ENROL IN THIS COURSE
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This e-learning resource has been developed to assist workers across the health and aged care sector to become culturally competent in relation to working with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) people with dementia. It also aims to assist health and aged care services and organisations to become more inclusive of LGBTI people in their service provision
You will be working through tasks that will support you to learn some facts and perspectives of the lives of people from various cultures. It is expected that while working through this resource, you will have a desire to read more and learn more of challenges that these people face in their everyday lives.
- The meaning of culture and reflect on your own cultural identity and predispositions.
- Awareness of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander culture, history and language
- Ways to communicate effectively with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples.
- Discuss cultural identity and gain cultural knowledge
- Cross cultural understanding and an environment that support all cultures.
In this course we study three films: Spider, A Beautiful Mind, and Fight Club. The main focus of the course will be the ways in which psychosis is represented in the films in terms of macro, plot, narrative structure and micro etc. We consider the wider cultural meaning and implication of films dealing with psychology.
An introduction to the Impressionist movement in France, with students being allowed to select an artist to focus on for in-depth study. The course is an example of the use of Conditional activities and Activity completion.
In this module we will analyse two very significant films - and , both of which depict violent lives in poor conditions, the former in the favelas of Brazil and the latter in a Parisian banlieue. We will look at how conflict and class are portrayed, focusing particularly on the use of mise en scène.
This course is designed for students studying Russian history. While it is aimed at British students working towards an examination, the content is suitable for any class studying the subject.
An introduction for younger children to Google Earth/Google Maps,focusing on the Geography of Place. Conditional activities are set so that once the students have watched the video and click the tick/checkbox, all the activities will then appear.
This is a Google Street View Mystery (inspired by Vincent Everett of Northgate High). It is designed for English speaking children who have studied French for 2 or 3 years but may also be adapted for other classes as wished. Access to Google Street view is essential and the course makes considerable use of Conditional activities. If you are using the course, make sure they are set up correctly.