All students learn in different ways. This page provides links to a range of learning activities, videos, websites and resources that have been designed for use with youth, including Aboriginal youth.
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Kaiyai Girl is an educational resource for use with young people aged 13 to 19 years. The interactive film tells the story of a group of friends from regional WA. A Resource Guide has been developed containing learning activities on values, relationships, assertiveness, self-control, sexual health and managing risk. (Produced by WA Health)
The Hep B story is a visual, interactive app in English and Yolŋu matha designed for patients living with chronic hepatitis B (hep B) and their families. It tells the story of the hep B virus, how you get it, what happens over time, how you know you have it as well as details about immunisation and treatment (including a game). There is also a separate women’s section dealing with mother to child transmission and ways to prevent it.
HealthyNativeYouth.org contains health promotion curricula and resources for American Indian and Alaska Native youth. This site is designed for tribal health educators, teachers and parents-- providing the training and tools needed to access and deliver effective, age-appropriate programs.