Q ANZAC 100 on Historypin is a place to discover, explore and share diverse individual and community stories about the Queensland experience of the First World War.
Contribute to the projects already on the hub (ANZAC Day today), or create your own project within the Q ANZAC 100 Historypin space:
The WW1 Centenary blog uncovers stories from SLQ's collections about the experiences of Queenslanders during the war years.
White gloves events - Join us at these intimate events for rare, hands-on viewing of some of Queensland’s most precious, original First World War materials from State Library’s collections. Please note: To be offered in selected locations
Distant Lines: Queensland voices of the First World War will connect you and your students with the intimate and untold stories of Queenslanders as we commemorate 100 years since the First World War.
The Distant Lines education kit examines both the home front and war front experiences of Queenslanders before, during and after the First World War.
You can borrow WW1 Museum Kits from Queensland Museum's QM Loans service to engage learners in your classroom:
The Yes or No? interactive iBook, available free from iTunes, provides educators with First World War stimulus material and a focus on inquiry learning when looking at the topic of conscription. Students will explore both sides of the conscription argument, and the impact and aftermath of conscription. PDF guide (PDF 251.4 KB)
Learning and unlearning about the Great War by Dr Mark Cryle And Century old stories vs contemporary students by Elaine Acworth
Download this learning kit (PDF, 1.8 MB) to inspire your teaching and provide your students with learning activities centred around the First World War.
The learning resources are based on professional development workshops facilitated by Dr Mark Cryle and Elaine Acworth, where events and themes of the Queensland experience of the First World War were disassembled and reassembled. Through these resources, we invite you and your students to meddle with mythology and play with the past, question historical certainties and take intellectual risks around alternative hypotheses. This pack seeks, in the words of one educationalist, “to access the profound through the playful”.