The LETASA Wiki is our main space to share ideas and resources. The vast majority of our teaching resources, for Stage 1 & 2 Legal Studies, and our new collection of Civics and Citizenship resources, are stored here. All the resources are contributed by past and present LETASA members. If you would like to contribute some resources to the Wiki, please log in to find out how.
If you are a paid member, please log in to this site through the link above.
If you would like access to the Wiki (updated fortnightly), please contact us to become a paid LETASA member.
If you’ve lost your username and password, please contact us and we will forward you the information.
If you would like instructions on how to log in to the Wiki, please click here.
Adelaide Excursion Opportunities …..
Book a self-guided visit to the Adelaide Magistrates Court. Appropriate for primary and secondary school students.
School tours have resumed of Old Adelaide Gaol, with a new program called “Adelaide Gaol Unlocked”. You can book through their website, or alternately, contact the Gaol’s Education Officer, Michelle Russell, on 8231 4062, or at Michelle.Russell@sa.gov.au.
The new Centre for Democracy has just opened, in the heart of the Adelaide CBD, with free admission daily, between 10am – 5pm. If you’re interested in booking an education program, please contact the Education Officers at: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can visit their website here: http://centreofdemocracy.sa.gov.au/
The teaching resources featured below will change occasionally. For a more comprehensive collection of resources, please log in to the Wiki (see above).
For some online learning activities, please click on the link above. Available through the “Student Learning” page.
The glossary is a comprehensive list of legal terminology used in the Stage 1 and 2 Courses. For both teachers and students.
Please visit our Calendar page for all available Professional Development opportunities, run through LETASA.
** Featured Resource: July-August, 2017 **
Cool Australia has developed some resources surrounding the Magna Carta, with resources aimed at Upper Primary (Years 5-6), and Middle School (Years 9-10).
Check them out, here: https://www.coolaustralia.org/activity/magna-carta-story-freedom-years-9-10/
Are you a member of LETASA’s Facebook Group?
LETASA have created a Facebook group to allow easy communication with other Legal Studies/Civics and Citizenship teachers from around the state. It’s designed to be a place where people can ask questions, share resources, and discuss and highlight current legal issues.
Please follow the link to join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/192086214557042/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel
To view a selection of professional papers, please click here.