September 10, 2015
by Sandy Phillips
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Session time change for ‘Secret Security Business’ webinar for students

The eSafety Commission have notified us that they need to change the  ‘Secret Security Business’ webinar time previously presented on Global2. We have organised the session to be moved and repeated it to give you and your students the best chance to attend.

The new times are

Wednesday Sept 16th 1:30 – 2:15 pm  (Room will open at 12:30) (Term 3)

Thursday October 15th 9:40 -10:25 am (Room opens at 8)
NB This is a repeat of the session, not a recording. (Term 4)

If you wish to attend the Wednesday afternoon and you have already enrolled for the session you won’t need to do anything as your invitation link has been moved with the room.

If you wish to attend the session in October you will need to re – register

To register for the Thursday October 15th 9:40 -10:25am, please visit the following link:

http://connect.vic.edu.au/e3hhdcytt5o/event/registration.html

To know more about the event, please visit our website:

http://connect.vic.edu.au/e3hhdcytt5o/event/event_info.html

Many teachers have asked if we can repeat the very successful session Online Introduction to the eSafety Commission.
We will organise this and notify schools. 

I look forward to seeing you in the session.

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August 26, 2015
by Sandy Phillips
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Flat Connections global projects starting in September

Many online globally collaborative projects for K-12 start again September 2015 to coincide with the beginning of the school year in the Northern Hemisphere. 

Flat Connections Global Projects

Flat Connections projects are designed for success with global collaboration. They are fully supported and managed by global educators who understand the challenges of using technology to connect and collaborate.

READ MORE about ALL projects, age recommendations, workflow and collaboration details on the website. APPLY TODAY!

There is also the  Connect with China Learning Collaborative to check out for schools who wish to connect with China

 

 

 

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August 19, 2015
by Sandy Phillips
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2015 Heywire Competition is open now

The ABC’s 2015 Heywire Competition is open now and closes on Wednesday September, 16 2015.  Enter now!ABC Heywire Youth Forum  at Parliament House in Canberra, Australia, 9th February, 2012. Photographer: Mark Graham

The heart of Heywire is an individual telling a personal story.

You must be aged 16-22 on 31 January 2016. You must also live in Australia, but not in Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth or Sydney. Check your eligibility here.

If you turn 16 by 31 January 2016 you are eligible.  For full details go to http://www.abc.net.au/heywire/competition/

 

 

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