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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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CS Educator PD Grants

The CS Educator PD Grants for 2018 are now open! Formerly CS4HS, the CS Educator PD Grants are a Google initiative focused on computer science education. This year, there's a brand new website, and a range of tools to help you complete your application. Take a look at the Application Companion for guidance.

For more info click here.

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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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CALENDAR
OF EVENTS

Becoming familiar with the Digital Technologies Curriculum P-8

LOCATION: TAS
DATE: 29-31 January 2018


During these workshops you will have the opportunity to learn about how to use digital technologies in the classroom, with a number of professional colleagues working with you on the day.
You will be introduced to coding and computational thinking, and the registration process for the CSER online course. You will complete a number of modules of the CSER professional learning course, and take part in hands-on activities using Makey Makey, Ozobots, Spheros, Beebots and Blue Bots, Microbits, Coding online programs, and more!

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