Provides advice, resources, snapshots and calendars of classroom and professional learning opportunities provided through virtual learning.
Provides practical advice and resources to support the implementation of the Digital Technologies Curriculum.
Provides advice, resources and school stories to support 'making' in your school.
Provides advice on what schools need to consider to make informed decisions about 1-to-1 program implementation.
Provides practical advice and resources for using iPads for learning including classroom ideas, practitioner case studies and a list of reviewed education apps.
Provides practical advice and resources for using Microsoft for learning including classroom ideas, practitioner case studies and a list of reviewed education apps.
Work in teams, learn from and contribute to the learning of others, social networking skills, empathy in working with diverse others.
Having an 'entrepreneurial eye' for economic and social opportunities, asking the right inquiry questions to generate novel ideas, and leadership to pursue those ideas and turn them into action.
Think critically to design and manage projects, solve problems, make effective decisions using a variety of tools and resources.
Global knowledge, sensitivity to and respect for other cultures, active involvement in addressing issues of human and environmental sustainability.
Honesty, self-regulation and responsibility, hard work, perseverance, empathy for contributing to the safety and benefit of others, self-confidence, personal health and well-being, career and life skills.
Communicate effectively orally, in writing and with a variety of digital tools; listening skills.
The Digital Deck is a set of cards which provides a quick overview of the range of digital resources available to schools.
Case studies of using personal mobile devices and spatial technologies in fieldwork in Victorian Curriculum and VCE Geography
ICT capability is an important component of the English curriculum. Students use ICT when they interpret and create print, visual and multimodal texts.
Students develop ICT capability when they investigate, create and communicate mathematical ideas and concepts using fast, automated, interactive and multimodal technologies.
Students develop ICT capability when they research science concepts and applications, investigate scientific phenomena, and communicate their scientific understandings.
Students develop ICT capability when they locate, process, analyse and communicate historical information.
Showcases how students can demonstrate their understanding of the design processes in the Victorian Curriculum using a range of digital tools.
Case studies that include teacher stories, reflections and tips, lesson plans and student work samples to demonstrate ways digital tools are being used in the classroom.