Curriculum Matching for Online Sessions

Online experiences for schools, workplaces and community groups


The Intersection Urban Learning (TIUL) online walks and workshops share stories and discussion points throughout the CBD of Melbourne. They are delivered through a mixed mode of video, live and written content and can be streamed to individual students or a whole class. In addition to experienced facilitators, they provide employment opportunities for a small number of community members through Stream the Neighbour.

Curriculum Relevance for A Most Liveable City Online (video walk & discussion), Stream the Neighbour (live streaming panel Q&A) and Empathy Workshop (hands-on empathy training).

These sessions can be integrated into the curriculum via different Learning Areas and address broad spectrum Australian curriculum General Capabilities at year 7-10 levels.


General Online / In-School Sessions

Video, Breakouts and Live Q&A

General Online Session Curriculum Matching

Download PDF: General Curriculum Matching Information for A Most Liveable City Online + Stream the Neighbour

A Most Liveable City Online (and In-School)

Video, Breakouts and Live Q&A

General Capabilities


Civics & Citizenship






Empathy Workshop Online (and In-School)

Multimedia, Discussion and Practical Exploration of Empathy

Learning Areas & General Capabilities


Please note that for your safety and ours, in-school sessions will abide by social distancing and will make use of suitable PPE for the (optional) Empathy Toy Challenge. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any concerns.

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