International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) is a global community of passionate educators who believe in the power of technology to transform teaching and learning, accelerate innovation and solve tough problems in education.
ISTE inspires the creation of solutions and connections that improve opportunities for all learners by delivering: practical guidance, evidence-based professional learning, virtual networks, thought-provoking events and the ISTE Standards.
Australian Council for Computers in Education (ACCE) is the national organisation for Australian educators and personnel involved in the use of Information Communications Technology in education.
The ACCE board is comprised of representatives from the each independent state and territory computer education groups, and the Australian Computer Society.
Information Technology Educators ACT (InTEACT) is the professional association for all educators, whether it be early childhood, primary, secondary or tertiary sectors, and government, catholic or independent organisations.
InTEACT aims to deliver professional learning, networking possibilities and advocate for the ICT and Computer Science sector in the ACT.
The ICT Educators of New South Wales (ICTENSW) is a non-profit organisation supporting ICT educators in New South Wales.
ICTENSW represents local, state and national level teachers in matters such as curriculum, equity, professional development, resources, workshops and events, and promotes best practice in the use of ICT in learning.
Founded in 1981, QSITE has aimed to be the vital toolkit for teachers in Queensland using ICT in their classrooms.
QSITE connects and supports educators, organisations and their stakeholders so they can benefit and enjoy the opportunities ICT can bring to Queensland education and its classrooms.
EdTechSA offers support and guidance related to the teaching and learning of the Information Communication Technologies and Digital Technologies curricula for all educators in the South Australian sector.
This includes professional learning opportunities, networking, advocation on educational issues at local, state and national levels, and recognition and celebration of ICT educators in NSW.
Established in 1991, Tasmanian Society for Information Technology in Education (TASITE) promotes the knowledge, use and professional development of information technology in teaching and classrooms.
The association is available to teachers, educators and personnel in the early childhood, primary, secondary and tertiary sectors.
Digital Learning and Teaching Victoria (DLTV) exists to provide leadership, support, services, programs and resources to primary and secondary teachers across all curriculum areas; principals and school leadership teams; specialist Information and Multimedia teachers; tertiary educators and any person with an interest in emerging technologies and Information Communication Technology teaching and learning.
Educational Computing Association of Western Australia (ECAWA) is a volunteer-based organisation aiming to promote the use of Information Communication Technologies in teaching and classroom environments for over 30 years.