Tertiary Catalogue

Personal Development


Copyright: Creative Commons and Attribution

Copyright: Creative Commons and Attribution

Library Skills

Intellectual property refers to someone’s ideas or words, as well as any images, music and videos that they have created. These types of works are protected online by a licence that tells us if and how we can use or modify them. Understanding...Show More
Avoiding Plagiarism: Bibliographies

Avoiding Plagiarism: Bibliographies

Library Skills

Did you know that just by submitting a research report, you could be committing a crime? That is, if you have used the work or intellectual property of others without acknowledging it. Plagiarism is theft and it has serious consequences in...Show More
Using the Catalogue

Using the Catalogue

Library Skills

Our school, college, university and local libraries have a wealth of information to help us research just about any topic we can think of. But where to start? Understanding online library catalogues, classification systems and signage is a...Show More
Online Databases

Online Databases

Library Skills

It is easy to feel overwhelmed when searching online. Often, we get millions of results, only a fraction of which will be appropriate for our research. A solution? Online databases. Using them is simpler than you might think. This programme...Show More
Time Flies: Time Management Tips

Time Flies: Time Management Tips

Study Skills

Emerson and Parker have lost control of the final commercial flight of the Berringer-848 model aeroplane. As it plummets from the sky, every second is vital. Fortunately skills coach extraordinaire, Ray Roundtree, is on hand to outline some...Show More
The Magic of Learning Styles

The Magic of Learning Styles

Study Skills

World-famous magician Angelo Mysterioso can’t take a trick. No matter how hard he studies his craft, he can’t get it right. Enter skills coach Ray Roundtree, who enlightens the magician on learning styles – visual, auditory, and...Show More
Locked in the Vault: Memory Tips and Tricks

Locked in the Vault: Memory Tips and Tricks

Study Skills

It’s the day of the bank raid. Underworld lynchpin Black Cat isn’t impressed that Bugsy’s forgotten how to crack a safe. A knock at the door…it’s skills coach Ray Roundtree who loads them up with guidelines for digesting and remembering...Show More
Walk with Me

Walk with Me

With unprecedented access, ‘Walk With Me’ takes us deep inside the world-famous monastery of Zen Buddhist master Thich Nhat Hanh, and captures the life of a monastic community who have given up all their possessions for one common purpose ...Show More
Achieving SMART Goals

Achieving SMART Goals

Carol says that she is successful because she constantly sets herself daily, weekly, monthly and yearly goals. The team discuss SMART goal setting Specific-Measureable-Achievable-Relevant and Timeframe.
Using Goals to Grow

Using Goals to Grow

Cutting Edge Communication

Serena presents the GROW model to a skeptical Carol and Marcus. She explains that it stands for Goal-Reality-Obstacles-and Way forward. The team is than encouraged to articulate their own goals and how they plan to achieve them.
Surviving Stress and Burnout

Surviving Stress and Burnout

Cutting Edge Communication

Marcus asks Carol to share her battles with stress at a staff meeting to provide a strong example for the team. Carol describes her difficulties with staff challenges and social media demands. Marcus introduces the new office companion Cameron...Show More
Staying Motivated at Work

Staying Motivated at Work

Cutting Edge Communication

Motivation in the workplace is extremely important, but it can be challenging to keep the team continuously motivated. In this episode the team members present their various views on their attitudes toward the workplace whether they feel...Show More
Supporting Others

Supporting Others

Cutting Edge Communication

It is very important to provide support to work colleagues and to constantly be on the look-out for those colleagues that need your support but may not be prepared to ask for it. Marcus creates an award for the most supportive employee of the...Show More
Breaking Bullying

Breaking Bullying

Cutting Edge Communication

Bullying is repeated intimidation. It's unacceptable and illegal. In this entertaining episode, Serena expects Marcus to stamp out bullying within his department. Marcus is shocked that bullying exists in his team, and takes a radical approach to...Show More
Embracing New Ideas

Embracing New Ideas

Cutting Edge Communication

New ideas keep a business developing and growing, but all ideas need to be approached with creative suggestions and enthusiasm. In this episode Marcus invites everyone to suggest innovations to enhance productivity and improve the culture. Junko...Show More
Help! I'm Stressed!

Help! I'm Stressed!

Are you stressed out? The students at Martindale High School are. They don’t like feeling tense and they don’t know what to do about it. But help is coming and you’re invited to go along. Learn exactly what stress is and discover that there...Show More
Personal Potential: The Power of One – Respect, Optimism and Positive Energy

Personal Potential: The Power of One – Respect, Optimism and Positive Energy

Who are you and how do you make decisions about your life and future? Explore your personal potential through the powerful motivational Personal Potential programme and thought-provoking and guiding questions. Included in this complete kit are...Show More
Goal Setting

Goal Setting

Do you know what you want to do when you grow up? Do you know how to get there from here? Walk through the steps and strategies of goal-setting, and discover how these steps can help you accomplish your goal! Interviews feature real students who...Show More
D Is for Decisions: Be a Smart Consumer

D Is for Decisions: Be a Smart Consumer

Teens are bombarded every day by advertising and marketing. They are a very valuable market for retailers today, but sometimes this pressure can push young people into making unwise purchasing decisions. So how do you make wise purchasing...Show More
Developing Personal Values

Developing Personal Values

Each and every one of us has personal values that are distinct and different. As we grow, our values develop and change, shaped by our families, peers, culture, role models and the media. In this Australian-made, curriculum fit programme we...Show More
Managing Personal Finances

Managing Personal Finances

Learning à la Carte

In this programme, Investment Advisor Freda Miriklis, shares her top three tips to help manage personal finances. We can all take more control of our finances - even if we don’t earn a lot of money. It comes down to understanding our expenses...Show More
Introduction to Soft Skills/Power Listening

Introduction to Soft Skills/Power Listening

Soft skills are essential to success in business. This informative programme examines soft skills that are essential for people re-entering the workforce. It supplies tips and strategies for succeeding and integrating into a new organisation...Show More
Assumptions

Assumptions

Critical Thinking Series

This programme starts with a number of accessible examples to illustrate what we mean by assumptions, how we find them and use the negative test, and how finding them can help to illuminate arguments. Students are then asked to test their...Show More
Social Skills for Life: Managing Strong Emotions

Social Skills for Life: Managing Strong Emotions

Using a fast-paced, entertaining blend of short dramatic situations and animated cartoons, the programme helps students deal with strong emotions. Students see how the brain goes into "reptilian" mode when emotions run high. They learn to...Show More
It's Your Money: Financial Flight School

It's Your Money: Financial Flight School

As students prepare to live on their own, they need to learn how to be financially wise. This current, relevant video features interviews with real teens and beneficial tips on budgeting, credit cards, debit cards, loans and more. Help your...Show More