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Information for primary and high school students about the history of medieval dance.

The Medieval Classroom website is the result of a Teaching and Learning Enhancement Scheme grant awarded by the Australian Catholic University to the ‘Arts and…

A list of lesson plans/teaching programmes for Australian primary and high school teachers in PDF format.

The Medieval Classroom website is the result of a Teaching and Learning Enhancement Scheme grant awarded by the Australian Catholic…

Weighing in on a wider printed debate about the cost and value of university teaching, the author of this article takes issue with the prevailing focus on lectures as the principal delivery mode for teaching in universities. He associates the…

Report on the Eight Hours Day procession in Melbourne in 1888. The article describes the vivid and essentially working-class flavour of the skilled trades procession and after-picnic in Melbourne. The tinsmiths’ knightly armour invokes literary and…

Procession halted in front of the Toowoomba Hall. Labor Day parade celebrates the eight hour working day. Processions with banners were a feature of the later medieval period. The metalworkers' banner has a medieval predecessor in the banners used by…

This photograph of a replica medieval monastery was featured in Melbourne newspaper The Argus in 1937. It was constructed by student teachers at the Teachers Training College as part of an exhibition of works, and was designed as a modelling task for…