Connected learning

Free resources from our experts to support and inspire your online teaching and home education

Resources for teachers and educators

Use the WHO Workflow to design engaging online learning experiences

Dr Christopher Blundell, Dr Shaun Nykvist and Dr Michelle Mukherjee


Start yOUR Indigenous education learning journey

STEM in Early Childhood

Mia Christensen and Dr Chrystal Whiteford

How to plan for connected and engaged learning at home

Dr Sofia Mavropoulou and Dr Carly Lassig

Rhythm and Movement for Self-Regulation

Associate Professor Kate Williams

Inclusive teaching practices for learning at home

Dr Sofia Mavropoulou and Dr Carly Lassig

Learning activities

Rhythm and Movement for Self-Regulation – suitable for children aged 3-8 years old

Follow Associate Professor Kate Williams as she guides your children or students through music and movement-based activities proven to help children’s attentional and emotional regulation skills.

Visit the RAMSR website for more information

STEM activities – suitable for Year 4 to 6 students

Professor Lyn English’s easy-to-follow STEM activities will help build students’ foundational skills, knowledge, and curiosity of STEM concepts.

Visit Professor English’s website for more.

Crazy Contraption Challenge

Let's think like engineers to identify a problem caused by COVID-19, and solve it by designing and building a chain-reaction contraption!

Developed by Robotics@QUT, this site has challenges for Prep through to Year 10.

Crazy Contraption Challenge

QUT Art Anywhere

The William Robinson Gallery presents a series of new kids’ activity sheets exploring William Robinson and his artworks for families to complete together at home. The activities are designed for ages 7 – 10, but anyone can join in, adults too!

Visit William Robinson Gallery website

Image: William ROBINSON 'Turkey weather' 1984

Teacher Podclass

Traditional classrooms are being transformed by technology. When it comes to digital learning, Dr Chris Blundell says the right strategies and tools can empower teachers to use technology in the classroom with confidence and success.

Other episodes address topics including Indigenous perspectives, language, art, friendship and voice.

Listen to more Podclass episodes

Autism CRC resources

These resources from the Autism CRC developed in partnership with QUT will help teachers adopt an inclusive approach when teaching online and in the classroom.

Autism Teen Wellbeing website

Build connectedness and wellbeing for young adolescents on the autism spectrum.

Autism Educational Needs Analysis

Learn about the educational needs of students on the autism spectrum.


An online professional learning community by QUT and Autism CRC to help educators make their classrooms more inclusive.