The Parliament of Victoria invites educators to participate in a survey on parliamentary education programs and resources.
Your responses will be anonymous, and you will help to plan and deliver programs and resources that will support you in your teaching of civics and citizenship.
After completing the survey, you can enter the draw for Parliament House high tea or book vouchers.
About the the Parliament of Victoria
The Parliament of Victoria provides a range of educational programs and resources.
For school tours of Parliament, including role plays or a metropolitan school or regional visit, go to School Tours and Role Plays.
The Community Engagement and Education Unit provides educational material for students and teachers in the following areas:
- Primary and secondary Victorian Curriculum for years 5 to 10
- VCE Legal Studies Units 1 & 3
- University and TAFE
- Adult education: EAL, VCAL, numeracy and literacy
These resources include DVDs and print resources such as publications and posters.
For an interactive history timeline see From Westminster to Spring Street, and see all the steps in law making in How a Law is Made. A range of YouTube clips provides comprehensive material to supplement these interactives.
Further education resources about Parliament can be found on other pages of this website. For example, for an overview of Parliament go to About Parliament or for detailed information on a range of topics go to the Factsheets in the Publications & Research section.