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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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Robotics

Robotics

Find out how you can use robotic devices to provide engaging learning experiences for your students. Use topics to learn more, get ideas about how to teach about 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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Peripherals

3-4 YEAR LEVEL

In this sequence of lessons students explore different types of peripherals used every day in order to identify the data transmitted. A peripheral is an auxiliary device such as a computer mouse or keyboard that connects to and works with a device in some way.

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CSER Online course for Years 9-10

The CSER Digital Technologies Education Program provides a number of free, open online courses designed to assist teachers in preparing for the new Digital Technologies learning area.

The NEW Years 9 & 10 Digital Technologies: Explore! Is open for registration.

Starts 1st July!

For more info click here.

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CASE STUDIES

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


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Programming interactive music

7-10 YEAR LEVEL

Naracoorte High School uses music as the lever to engage Year 8 students in a programming project.

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LESSON IDEAS

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Computer chatter 1: Networks and data transmission

7-8 YEAR LEVEL

In this lesson sequence students relate the concept of transportation systems to help them develop an understanding of the properties of networked systems and the underlying techniques used to transmit and validate data.

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OF EVENTS

Webinar: Scratch and Makey Makey

LOCATION: Online
DATE: 28th June 2017


This webinar will be presented by Jo Klein, and will focus on design thinking by integrating Makey Makey and scratch. It is suitable for Years 3-7.

Jo will provide practical examples of design activities. She will cover what Makey Makey is, how to introduce it, and how to integrate it with Scratch programming. Jo will talk about how it applies to the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies.

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