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In this lesson sequence, students using the Zen Garden website reflect on criteria for effective design.
CS First: Storytelling guides students to use block-based coding in Scratch projects through a series of themed activities.
This resource provides a possible set of sequenced topics that could be used in teaching the Australian Curriculum Digital Technologies curriculum to address the content descriptions of the curriculum.
At the F-2 level, students develop understandings of digital systems (hardware and software) when they use some key functions to undertake authentic curriculum tasks.
Changes to technology over time has affected many aspects of life.