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 SCOPE & SEQUENCE LINKED TO LEARNING ACTIVITIES
Get involved in our Arcade Game competition while you are learning at home.
Students are invited to create an arcade game, film the game in use and submit their videos to be in the running to win some great prizes. The competition is offered in two sections; one for primary-aged students (aged 5-12), the other for secondary-aged students (aged 13-17).VIEW
With the onset of the COVID-19 outbreak many students may be at home and be continuing to learn using lessons supplied by schools.
Consider offering your students these activities which include parental guidance.
Download the new 2020 Typology of Free Web-based Learning Technologies
For further advice on setting up learning at home for your students and tasks leveled by Year band refer to the Learn @ home PDF.
We have great ideas for lessons already planned for you.
Here are some authentic datasets collected by research scientists studying marine and coastal animal populations. Use them to develop your students' data science skills as they analyse the data and use it to answer questions related to real-life management issues.
These resources were developed in partnership with Pawsey Supercomputing Centre and Western Australian Marine Science Institution (WAMSI) Kimberley Marine Research Program.VIEW ALL
Come and join Martin Richards and Nicola Flanagan as they work through an approach to develop a whole school implementation plan. Become more familiar with the suggested stages advocated on our new DT Hub resource. Get an insight into some of the challenges and tips on how these might be addressed. The session is for schools at the early stages of implementation as well as schools that are well down the track and looking to review and revise their existing approach.
Martin Richards is the Content Manager for the Digital Technologies Hub.
Nicola Flanagan is Head of Innovation at Oakleigh State School, Qld. Nicola has been an inspiration to many schools, offering advice on planning for effective implementation of Digital Technologies.VIEW OTHER WEBINARS