Upcoming CSER Professional Learning Events

This month there are opportunities to participate in a number of CSER Digital Technologies public workshops across Australia. See if you have a local event listed, below.

Don’t forget that our Project Officers are also available to provide free workshops to teachers in schools in tailored format to suit your requirements. Register your interest here.

WA: 20 November, 8:30-3:00pm, at Castletown Primary School, Esperance. Presented by WA Project Officer, Steven Payne. This full-day workshop will introduce primary teachers to the CSER digital technologies programs, including opportunities to work through some of the activities and explain how they can support your classroom and schools. To find out more and register, follow the link.

VIC: 20 November, 9:30am – 3:30pm at Kensington Town Hall. Presented by CSER’s Dr Claudia Szabo and Celia Cofffa, VIC Project Officer. This full-day workshop will provide a comprehensive introduction to the secondary years CSER Digital Technologies MOOCs: Year 7 & 8 Digital Technologies: Next Steps Making Apps,  and Year 9 & 10 Digital Technologies: Explore! To find out more and register, follow the link.

QLD: Three Introductory Workshops ‘Getting started with the Digital Technologies CSER MOOC F-6’, presented by QLD Project Officer, Lauren Stanhope. Participants need to BYO Device. Please contact Lauren for more information:

  • 21 November, 3:30pm -5:30pm at Charleville School of Distance Education, Parry Street, Charleville, QLD.
  • 22 November, 3:00pm – 5:00pm at Mitchell State School Library, 105 Cambridge Street, Mitchell, QLD.
  • 23 November, 3:15pm – 5:15pm at Cunnamulla P12 State School, 17 Francis Street, Cunnamulla, QLD.

Other Events

National: 2 December, Google Education on Air Australia and New Zealand Join CSER’s Professor Katrina Falkner and Dr Rebecca Vivian presenting on Assessment for K-12 Digital Technologies and Computational Thinking. Find out more about this free online event here.#GoogleEduOnAir

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