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​A component of the My Education programme is to provide students, teachers and parents with resources that will assist with the development of students goals, career aspirations and transition plans. A series of videos that showcase different careers and are set in a Tasmanian context have begun to be produced. Students have been actively involved in the development of these videos. At this stage a series of thirty videos will be produced that demonstrate the varied and unique career opportunities that exist in Tasmania. Below are links to the first three videos which were produced with assistance of students from Kings Meadows High School.

As well as the career videos there has been a series of videos produced that tell the My Education story and  showcase the different components and how My Education has been implemented in the schools. These videos will be used as tools to assist in communication about the My Education programme.

Link to the My Education Career Videos


As of November 23rd 2015, twenty one (21) new Teacher Learning Resources have been uploaded to the 7-12 Scope and Sequence.

These new Learning Resources complete the first three rows of the Scope and Sequence document.  More new Teacher Learning Resources are due to be uploaded to this site before the end of November.


ME Online will be available in 2016.

An online career planning tool is a key component of this program and significant development and localisation is currently going into the online tool that will deliver this program in a Tasmanian context.  ME Online will be available for students in years 7-12 and their teachers in early 2016.


Engagement, retention, participation and attainment of students in education and training are a key focus for the Tasmanian Government.  My Education is a supportive and inclusive approach that will inspire and guide students from Kindergarten to Year 12, as they undertake a journey of discovery in identifying who they are and what they want to become.  It supports students to identify their personal interests, values, strengths, opportunities and aspirations, and teaches them how to use this knowledge to make decisions about their future learning, work and life opportunities.