November 29, 2018
by Stephanie Grima
The Digital Technologies curriculum is anchored in real world problem solving and design, and offers plenty of opportunities to explore a wide range of subjects. In this day of collaborative learning and planning we will explore how a range of digital technologies can be used to explore many subjects. You’ll do some coding, hear examples of cross curricular projects, and have the chance to think about how you can make links across the curriculum.
10 Dec 2018, 10:00 AM – 2:30 PM
KIOSC, Swinburne University of Technology, 369 Stud Road, Wantirna
October 23, 2018
Primary and secondary schools are invited to send one or two teachers and between four and 10 students to this free, interactive ‘kids teaching kids’ event.
Developed by the Northen Peninsula Digital Technology Teachers’ Network, and hosted this year at Carrum Primary School, keynotes will be delivered by Dr Tim Kitchen, Senior Education Specialist at Adobe, and Roland Gesthuizen, STEM Method Lecturer at the Faculty of Education, Monash University. Presentations will also be delivered by two US schools engaged in innovative digital technology and makerspaces.
The event will be held on Friday 9 November. To register, provide your school name and attending student and teacher details no later than Tuesday 2 November.
Register at email@example.com
April 19, 2018
Check out the range of sessions to support teachers with the Digital Technologies curriculum.
VCAA specialist teachers are delivering face-to-face and online sessions covering different aspects and levels of the Curriculm. Sessions are being held at: Burwood, Moe, Berwick, Ballarat, Hawthorn, Preston, Shepparton, Altona, Swan Hill. Find a session near you or register for a webinar
Digital Teaching and Learning Victoria (DLTV)
CSER: DigiTech Champions Workshop – Secondary, 25 July Scienceworks
Code Club Teacher Training Bendigo – 03 May
Digital Technologies Hub professional learning webinars – various topics
Find out more about the Digital Technologies Curriculum