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Preparing Active Citizens for the Future

SEAQ  2019 CONFERENCE 



‘Adopt a Cop’ Sergeant Barber speaking about benefit to schools and students of the police service forming positive relationships with the students and schools. Schools only need to arrange this through their local police station.
‘Adopt a Cop’ Sergeant Barber speaking about benefit to schools and students of the police service forming positive relationships with the students and schools.
Global Citizenship Education - Alisa Cleary, Global Learning Centre, and Julia Rayner Woodridge SS
Chris Spensley from The Office of Fair Trading presented today at our SEAQ conference and asked ‘Do Your Students Know How To Buy Smart?’ www.qld.gov.au/buysmartcomp Need to teach students how to be more informed about consumer and financial matters. Thankyou Chris for a great presentation.
Joy Schultz SEAQ spoke about prompts that students can learn to use to develop for civil discussions and some different ways of making responsible decisions. Such skills are important across the curriculum.
Joy Schultz SEAQ spoke about prompts that students can learn to use to develop for civil discussions and some different ways of making responsible decisions. Such skills are important across the curriculum.
Councillor Peter Flannery spoke about Levels of Democracy in action, the role of regional councils at a local level as related to the Moreton Bay Regional Council.
Special guests from Dakabin State School presenting on the amazing Solar Buddy program. Solar Buddy is a registered Australian charity working to educate and empower children living in poverty through corporate and school programs.
EMPOWER Every Shirt Has A Story.
MP Luke Howarth is sharing his experiences in politics by discussing a year in the life of a Federal Parliamentarian.
Brad and Carlos from Redcliffe Peninsula’s RESPECT Project are sharing how their community initiative helps to build respect in schools in the region.
Jackie Charles discussed via audio link to topic of ' The Rule Of Law' and its principles as related to the Civics and Citizenship curriculum. She showed the The Rule of Law Principals pyramid which can be used to teach this.
The ' Rule of Law Principles Pyramid'.

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