Unpack the Digital Technologies Curriculum one step at a time. Find great lesson ideas linked to the curriculum, explore strategies and advice from Australian primary and secondary schools and more.LEARN MORE ABOUT DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES LEARN THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ICT AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES
The Maker Projects initiative opened 16 March 2017 for grant applications from eligible Australian schools and community organisations to help set up dedicated maker spaces that offer students hands-on experience in practical aspects of design, technology, innovation and entrepreneurship as well as STEM engagement activities. Click here for more information.
CSER Lending Library opens its figurative doors to schools nationally in a groundbreaking program. Schools can now integrate a huge range of digital technologies educational equipment on loan, for free. Read more and register here.VIEW OTHER NEWS
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By building knowledge from an early age, North Fitzroy Primary School allows students to get more proficient with technology and programs over the course of their school career. Students begin in Prep on iPads and are exposed to coding and algorithms early on. Each year they will be shown different apps and programs to complement traditional teaching methods and also to build on learning from previous years.VIEW ALL
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In this sequence students learn how the binary number system works, how we can represent text using binary numbers and learn one of the representations of the standard English alphabet used by computers. They look at how the same concepts apply to non-text data and analyse the effectiveness of some binary representation techniques to various types of data.VIEW ALL
This webinar will be presented by Tim Bell. 4:30pm - 5:30pm AEDT
Tim Bell is one of the authors of the renowned resource CS unplugged: http://csunplugged.org/
Find out how to introduce students to Computational Thinking through concepts such as binary numbers, algorithms and data compression; separated from the distractions and technical challenges of having to use computers. Importantly, no programming is required to engage with these ideas!VIEW OTHER EVENTS