Enacting the Technologies Curriculum
Attend this workshop to understand how to implement this learning area of the Australian Curriculum.
Recognise the right approach for your school and be empowered to identify connections within the Australian Curriculum which provide context for designed and digital solutions.
Additionally, benefit from 2 break-out type sessions where you get to do a 'deep-dive' into 2 sessions of your choice including Digital Portfolios and rapid prototyping.
Learning and creating with iPads
Attend this workshop to understand the place that iPad can play in learning at your school.
Gain insights into the functionality of in-built tools and accessibility features that will support your to differentiate for student learning and engage with 'Everyone Can Create' - giving us the tools to support creativity in every student.
The second hour of this workshop will enable Early Years teachers and Primary teachers to work separately.
Design Thinking in Technologies
Attend this workshop to understand the essential role that design thinking plays in the Technologies learning area of the Australian Curriculum.
Design thinking incorporates both creative and critical thinking at key times within a design cycle. Empathy for the user or audience is key and the notion of iterating upon prototypes is also important.
Enjoy a rapid prototyping activity and walk away with a greater skillset to use design thinking within the Technologies Curriculum.
iPad: Digital Portfolios
STEM in the AC:
What? Why? and How?
Attend this workshop to learn how to use Pages and Keynote to create digital portfolios to support students to demonstrate what they know, understand and can do.
The use of place-holders and interactive elements will scaffold your students' learning and support your teachers ability to assess a Process, Production Skills, Knowledge and Understanding across the curriculum.
Attend this workshop to understand the STEM approach to learning. Engage with both the Digital Technologies and Design & Technologies Curriculum and identify connections within the Australian Curriculum that support the design of learning with an authentic context.
Additionally, understand the place that inquiry and design should play to support the learning that occurs across the unit of work.
Attend this workshop to strategically plan for the use of iPad within your school. A 1-1 model may be your aim or you may be planning on a year of effective use of iPad in a shared environment first.