Designed to to challenge young people's implicit stereotypes and assumptions.
Research shows children begin to see futures as being gendered from as young as six years old, and by nine, they're aware of social constraints like socio economic status or location which can determine their future.
This program will ensure that career learning is less partial, more equal, more accurate, and more able to challenge young people's implicit stereotypes and assumptions.
This program incudes 25 lesson plan resources, that are aligned to National Stage 2 and Stage 3 curriculum.
Teachers can run this as a ‘program’ which integrates one careers lesson per week; or can pick and choose modules and run them in isolation.
Integrating Careers Into The Classroom.
Preview Our Modules.
“Children love hearing people’s working-life stories. I have seen this firsthand. Once the children start hearing people’s stories, the questions really flow. Possibilities become more real.”
— Malcolm Elliot, President of Australian Primary Principals Association
Primary School Program
Breaking misconceptions and challenging young people's implicit stereotypes.