Intercultural Understanding (ICU) is a general capability that the Australian Curriculum expects all young people to develop through their primary and secondary schooling. This large-scale research project has been developed to build an appreciation of Australia’s social, cultural, linguistic and religious diversity, and the ability to relate to and communicate across cultures. The ICU Project is working with schools and systems to help them build ICU.
Information for schools
Intercultural understanding student quiz and teacher survey
Take the Student Quiz
Take the Teacher Survey
Final survey results will be available at the end of 2013.
Intercultural understanding learning modules
Together for Humanity