ESA Launches the Digital Technologies Hub

Education Services Australia (ESA) have launched a Digital Technologies Hub to support Australian teachers, students, school leaders and school communities to engage with the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies.

The project is managed by ESA and is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training. This fantastic site leverages off work undertaken in a range of states and territories, as well as curating resources freely available internationally, such as our CSER National Digital Technologies Education program.

The Digital Technologies Hub includes:

  • over 250 resources to support teachers working at all bands of the Australian Curriculum with links to the content descriptions
  • 39 new learning sequences supporting all 5 bands of the curriculum
  • case studies of school practice
  • resources for students
  • resources for parents and school communities
  • a searchable resource bank.

Three more years of resource development will include:

  • High-quality resources for supporting assessment of progress in Digital Technologies
  • Think like an Inventor resources for 3 band levels of the curriculum
  • Resources purpose-made for students in Years 9 and 10s
  • User-functionality so you can personalise your use of the site
  • And much more!

Visit the The Digital Technologies Hub Open external site link in new window for more information and resources.

*This post was adapted from the original post on Education Services Australia Open external site link in new window

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