NEO-Learning is an education platform a decade in the making. We built this place for primary school teachers and students to give access to quality First Nations digital arts content, resources and live virtual experiences.
We are an education platform for all Australian primary schools, and students from all backgrounds. We source, create and develop content direct from our Digital Lab in Roebourne, Western Australia. NEO-Learning champions the digital arts movement via futuristic content and modes of online learning.
We empower teachers to feel confidence so we can deliver First Nations content in the classroom, together. We support by developing fun classroom lessons and workshops with prompts that relate back to your local regions. We build this content with communities, so that students can access digital arts, with learning outcomes in at least one core subject, to meet the needs of our curriculum.
Our lessons, activities, virtual classrooms and workshops have a focus on Digital Arts and always cover at least one other core subject, to fulfil cross curricular priorities.Learn How
In the unit “People, Places + Futurism” the NEO-Learner finds themselves working on a numeracy challenge in one moment, and producing a digital drawing the next.
We experiment in emerging technologies while respecting ancient knowledge. Students are our future; we inspire them to dream up a whole new world.Learn How
In the podcast “Space Junk” the NEO-Learner engages with stories that happen in 2076 and ancient times, narrated by young people from Roebourne.
NEO-Learning drives positive social change with the community of leramugadu (Roebourne, WA). At the Digital Lab, we build capacity and skills in our young artists.Learn How
The young artists working out of the Ieramugadu Digital Lab participate in regular digital arts workshops. This informs the content we draw on to show the NEO-Learner how it’s done.
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NEO-Learning acknowledges Ngarluma, Yindjibarndi, Banjima, Marduthunera, Guruma, Nyiyaparli, Kariyarra and all custodians nationally past, present and future.
NEO-Learning acknowledges and pays respect to the continued cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
We acknowledge Elders and Custodians of Country from all over this nation and in particular, we honour and thank those from the place where NEO-Learning was born, the Ngarluma, Yindjibarndi, Banjima, Marduthunera, Guruma, Nyiyaparli and Kariyarra.