Good news, Queensland!

All state and non-state secondary schools can now get full access to the Blurred Minds Academy for FREE as a result of the Queensland Government’s investment into vaping prevention.

Don’t miss this opportunity to tackle vaping and substance misuse in your school.

Use Blurred Minds Academy for Free

Blurred Minds is Australia’s most innovative vaping, alcohol and drug education program with gamified online and in-classroom activities. Featuring 13 curriculum mapped modules, assessments, marking rubrics and slides to save you time as you plan your lessons in less than 15 minutes.

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Videos

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Quizzes

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Interactive elements

Games

An Online Education Portal Designed to Make Teachers’ Lives Easier

The Academy helps engage students with relevant and meaningful education to change their beliefs and behaviours for the better.

Here are the results achieved by students after completing our program:

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Students increase their knowledge about alcohol, vaping, and other drugs

Students have more accurate perceptions around how many young people drink, vape, and smoke cannabis

Increase capability to say no to a drink, vape, or cannabis offering

Reduce positive expectations for alcohol, vaping, and cannabis

Reduce or maintain low levels of drinking, vaping, and cannabis use

How does it work?

Follow these easy steps to get your school signed up.

1. Appoint a dedicated school coordinator

This role is ideally suited for an existing HPE Coordinator, Head of Department, or Deputy Principal Wellbeing. The coordinator’s responsibilities will include uploading student MIS codes (state schools only) or organising student codes (independent & catholic schools) and extending invitations to other teachers interested in using Blurred Minds Academy.

2. Register your school coordinator

Once you’ve identified your School Coordinator, you have two options. You can either register them yourself using the form below. Or you can forward this website link to them for self-enrolment. Either way, it’s a quick and straightforward process.

3. Following steps

Once registered, your School Coordinator will receive an email with clear instructions on how to add both teachers and students to the system. Then, your teachers and students will receive an email containing instructions on how to access and begin using Blurred Minds Academy. We’ve ensured a smooth onboarding process for everyone involved.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Queensland Academy

Yes, the Blurred Minds Academy program is 100% free for all Queensland-based high schools.

Yes, this is available for free to all private high schools in Queensland.

No, this is only funded for all private and state high schools in Queensland.

The main topics covered in the Blurred Minds Academy are vaping, alcohol, and marijuana.

Yes, many non-teachers already take advantage of the resources available in the Blurred Minds Academy. You would need to gain access through your school’s designated coordinator.

Blurred Minds Academy is useable with accessibility tools, such as screen readers. However, there are a couple elements in some of the modules, such as the games, that are not accessibility friendly. We are always striving to improve, so if you find something that isn’t accessibility friendly, please let us know.

Yes. Blurred Minds Academy resources are designed to empower teachers to deliver more engaging alcohol and drug education lessons. Teachers can modify and tailor the presentation to their students’ specific needs.

Each lesson includes an online component that students can complete at their own speed, which is then followed by a teacher-led classroom session that builds on the learnings from the online activity.

Modules are written to cater for Year 7, 8, 9 and 10 reading level comprehension. Students are expected to be able to navigate the online component which requires reading, listening, comprehension and basic computer skills.

The Blurred Minds Academy features 13 gamified modules which are mapped to the Australian Curriculum for year 7, 8 , 9 and 10.

Please contact the Blurred Minds team with the request to remove your coordinator status and provide the name and email of the new school coordinator. Submit your request here.

Contact Us

If you have any questions about school registration or the program itself, contact us on [email protected]

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