This primary school has focussed on both ICT integration across the school and building Digital Technologies competencies.
Using robots to teach may seem like something from the Twilight Zone. This project shows how accessible robotics can be in the classroom and how they can inspire students to think outside the box.
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.
This newspaper article and video describe activities at Ravenswood Girl’s School in Sydney where students are building and programming robots.
Find details of some of the events and activities supporting learning about coding in this school.
This is where you will see the Digital Technologies curriculum come alive. View Queensland teachers in action.
This program involved Year 1 and Year 6 students engaged in the Maker movement through use of Makey Makey (3 videos).
This approach to learning integrates technology across many facets of the curriculum. The student-led makers conference enabled students to share their knowledge of Digital Technologies with their peers.
Year 2-3 students combines a food focus with computational thinking at Noarlunga Downs Primary school (2 videos).
Find out how Yahl Primary school is using Scratch to support students’ spelling skills.
Learn more about Makerspaces in the library with both student and teacher perspectives.
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