Thank you for choosing to use Climate Schools. We recommend running the Climate Schools
modules approximately 6 to 12 months apart to maximise prevention outcomes for your students. Our existing modules include:
Alcohol Education (Year 8)
Alcohol and Cannabis Education (Years 8 or 9)
Mental Health (Years 9 or 10)
Psychostimulant and Cannabis Education (Year 10)
Ecstasy And Emerging Drugs Education (Year 10)
To implement the modules teachers need only follow these simple steps:
- Register your school by clicking on the “Register Your School” link and following
- Register teachers.
Ask all teachers at your school who will be implementing the program to register themselves by clicking on the “Teachers”
link and following the instructions.
Once teachers register they will be able to login to the site and view all the course material within the “Teacher Centre”
- Register students.
There are two ways that students can be registered:
- Teachers can upload student lists in the manage student logins page within the teacher portal to register all students simultaneously
(how to video here)
- Students can self-register on the student registration page, using the 3-digit student code for their school (how to video here)
Method a is advised, as it allows teachers to indicate which class students are in, in turn allowing for students to be filtered
by class in the teacher centre.
Students will be emailed their login details but it is also a good idea for students to write their login details down in a safe place.
Once logged in, students will be able to view the lessons online and have access to the student summaries for each lesson within the "Student Centre".
- Put aside 6 lessons to complete a module.
Each module has six lessons of approximately 40 minutes. It is ideal to
run the lessons one week apart so the students can incorporate the ideas into their lives.
The six lessons are broken into two sections:
- Online cartoon. In the first part of the lesson students spend approximately 20 minutes completing the internet-based section for
that lesson. To do this each student needs to login to the website using their username and password generated in point 3 above. Each internet-based
lesson contains an episode of a cartoon-based drama about the lives of young people. The drama about these young people gradually develops across the
six lessons, and thus it is important for the lessons to be delivered consecutively and in close time-proximity to one another.
For the best effect, it is recommended that students complete the lessons in order and receive the program in full.
- Activities. In the second part of the lesson teachers can choose one or more of the activities for that lesson,
which are available in the Teacher Centre once logged in. All the activities require minimal preparation by teachers, include lots of variety, and
in some cases can also be used as homework and assignments.
Summary sheets have also been prepared for teachers and students for each lesson and are contained under the relevant lesson heading.
- The teacher summary sheets provide all the educational content for that lesson. Teachers may wish to read this summary prior
to the lesson. Reference lists have been included for teachers if they wish to read further on any topic. Teachers do not need to read these
additional references to run this program effectively.
- The student summary sheets have been designed to enable teachers to be able to easily print lesson summaries and provide them to students.
These summary sheets can then be placed in student workbooks if desired.
- Most modules also have parent summary sheets, which contain the key lesson content. These can either be printed and sent home, downloaded and sent as pdfs,
or emailed directly from the website.