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Curriculum Resources

Welcome to the Curriculum Resources Collection

Studying Education at the University of Sydney?

Located on Level 5 of Fisher Library, the Curriculum Collection supports staff and students from the Sydney School of Education & Social Work involved with pre-service Education qualifications. All members of the University community are welcome to use this collection.

Curriculum resource materials are things that can be used in the classroom teaching environment, as well as in preparation of lesson programs. Material in the collection supports teaching and classroom practice from Early Childhood through to Year 12. Books, DVDs, models, kits, puppets and other resources are available for loan. Selected historical and current syllabus documents for each subject are also available, as are many support and policy documents. The emphasis of the collection is on New South Wales, however we do have some material from other states.

Material that is largely for theoretical study is located in the Fisher Collection.

For University of Sydney Higher Degree Theses, see Finding Theses for information.

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  • Research and referencing support.
  • Search strategies and special materials.
  • Information skills and impact.

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