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DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES HUB

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.

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Game-based learning

Game-based learning

Find out about game-based learning. Use topics to learn more, get ideas about how to teach it, find out what other schools are doing, and use the applications and games in the classroom.

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LESSON IDEAS

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Data detective

Data detective

F-2 YEAR LEVEL

In this sequence of lessons students conduct a simple survey to collect, organise and present data. In doing so, they demonstrate their understanding of how to use patterns to represent data symbolically.

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NEWS

Announcing the National and State Winners of the 2017 Search for the Next Tech Girl Superhero competition

1000+ girls, 260+ teams and 250+ mentors participated in the Search for the Next Tech Girl Superhero this year. And for the first time, the competition was also launched in New Zealand. We are delighted to announce the National and State winners in the Primary and Secondary categories of the 2017 Search for the Next Tech Girl Superhero. Well done teams!

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CASE STUDIES

See what other schools are doing in the digital technologies space.


Mildura

Focus on Early Years at Aitken Creek Primary School

F-6 YEAR LEVEL

More than 50% of the student enrolments at ACPS are at Years P–2, and so the school has concentrated on introducing Digital Technologies curriculum in the early years.

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LESSON IDEAS

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Fibonacci

Fibonacci served three ways

9-10 YEAR LEVEL

In this lesson sequence students learn to code separate modules that perform discrete functions but collectively meet the needs of the solution. They select the most appropriate algorithm based on the type of problem.

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Technology in the Tropics

LOCATION: QLD
DATE: 16 October 2017


Proudly hosted by QSITE (Far North Queensland Chapter), this conference promises to be an excellent professional development opportunity for FNQ educators. This pupil free day program will provide vital information on current technology usage in schools, and provide stimulating workshops presented by a talented range of speakers. The new Digital Syllabus will also be highlighted, and new technologies and methodologies displayed.

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