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Teachers

Engage with the Digital Technologies curriculum to plan, implement and assess effective lessons for all learners.

Undertake self-directed professional learning to better understand the intent and structure of the curriculum.

Refer to learning sequences that address the content descriptions of the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies.
Scope and sequence for F–10 learning programs 
Create quality assessment tasks and plan your assessment in Digital Technologies.
Assessing Digital Technologies
Search for lesson ideas F–10, filter by year band and other subject areas.
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Design lessons that consider differences in the ways that students think and engage with content.
Digital Technologies for all
Explore our lesson plans that cover a range of specialisations and subsets associated with Artificial Intelligence.
Artificial Intelligence lesson ideas
Learn about topics such as binary, algorithms and computational thinking that relate to Digital Technologies.
Topics
Explore the relationship between ICT Capabilities and Digital Technologies and how they differ.
Difference between ICT and Digital Technologies
Use our lesson sequence that provides a bridge between visual coding (eg. Scratch) and General Purpose Programming languages (eg. Python or JavaScript).
Visual to Text Coding
Explore our range of webinars on topical themes related to Digital Technologies.
Webinars
Select an open, online course designed to assist teachers in addressing the new Digital Technologies learning area.
The Computer Science Education Research Group (CSER) MOOCs