Presented by CSER Queensland Project Officer, Lauren Stanhope, this session is designed to break down the Digital Technologies Curriculum for teachers of Prep – Year 6, using the CSER MOOC resources. For further information or to register for this event, please visit here.
Presented by CSER Queensland Project Officer, Lauren Stanhope, this session is designed to assist Digital Technologies leaders to provide Professional Learning within their own primary school contexts. For further information or to register for this event, please visit here.
Commencing 6th March, the 2017 Bebras Australia Computational Thinking Challenge is fast approaching. Bebras is an international student challenge whose goal is to promote computational thinking for teachers and students (ages 8-17 / school years 3-12). Bebras Australia is run by CSIRO under the Digital Careers program, funded by the Australian Government. It’s a great way to get […]
Sue Carter, Northern Territory Digital Technologies Project Officer, is conducting a range of professional learning opportunities for teachers to assist with their knowledge and understanding of the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies. In this article she shares her experience of running a full day professional learning event with staff at Humpty Doo Primary School. Planning Digital […]
The CSER team is back on board and looking forward to working with you in 2017. Our dedicated Project Officers continue to work with teachers across the country. To access FREE face-to-face professional learning in your school follow the link. New in 2017 is our National Lending Library program. For further information or to register […]
Last Monday Steven Payne ran a CSER workshop for Teachmeet WA at Edith Cowan University in Joondalup, WA. Seventeen dedicated teachers (and a baby) gave up a morning of their school holidays to explore the CSER MOOCs and participate in some digital technologies activities. Steven began the session with a card trick and teachers tried […]