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 LEARN THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ICT AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES
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Find out how computational thinking helps us to solve complex problems and create systems when using computers. 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.VIEW ALL
To be in the running for the great prizes you'll need to produce a live action film, animation or video game in response to the theme of ‘Time’.
Check out the excellent resources and class video-chat sessions to help with your entries.
When you win, your work is exhibited online in the Australian Mediatheque, on big screens around Australia and ACMI’s newly-designed Screen It space in the Screen Worlds exhibition.
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CSER Lending Library opens its figurative doors to schools nationally in a groundbreaking program. Schools can now integrate a huge range of digital technologies educational equipment on loan, for free.
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In this lesson sequence students write a simple suite of programs that can be used to facilitate an S.R.C. election though the collection and processing of data. It assumes that students have been introduced to Python programming language.VIEW ALL
The Digital Technologies Hub is an incredibly useful free resource for supporting teaching and learning. The Hub features lesson ideas, resources, activities and explorations of many aspects of the Digital Technologies curriculum.
In this free session you will be taken through the resources available and see how they can be used in practical ways in the classroom. You will be guided through some activities and challenges by STEM educator John Pearce, and get the chance to use some great digital technologies and coding tools. There will even be some robots.
This free event will be run after school from 4.15pm-6.15pm. The venue will be within 20 minutes drive of Warrnambool town centre. Please register your interest and you will be contacted when a venue is confirmed.
Light refreshments will also be provided.