We are running a New Digital Technologies 1 day Workshop before our programming weekend on the 23rd February 2017.
It is designed to go over the detail of the new Digital Technologies curriculum to help with planning both for the programming weekend and also for the planning required before implementation in 2019.
Come away with great free resources and an in depth knowledge of what comprises the new Digital Technologies curriculum and how to teach it in the classroom. There will be resources for both primary and secondary teachers.
Members only event pricing (membership will be verified and an invitation will have been emailed to you):
Non-members event pricing:
Come with us to get away from it all for planning and networking weekend.
The new Digital Technologies Curriculum is coming to NSW and we can help you get prepared or do you want to revamp your stage 6 course programs? We are hosting an opportunity for all computer based subject teachers to work together over a weekend to create innovative and exciting programs to take back to school with you.
The cost includes accomodation in a single room with all meals in a stunning location where you can get away from it all.
Completing the ICTENSW Writing Weekend - 2 days (K-12), 24 - 25 February 2018 will contribute10 Hours of NESA Registered PD addressing 1.2.2; 1.5.2; 2.1.2; 2.3.2; 6.2.2; 6.4.2; 7.4.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.
Where: Edmund Rice Retreat and Conference Centre
When: Friday 23 to Sunday 25 February 2018
Cost: $350 (including membership for non-members)
$280 for existing members.
Cost includes 2 nights accommodation and all meals for the weekend. Because of the nature of the event we cannot have differential pricing for different lengths of stay.
Map: Directions here
Work together with passionate computing teachers from all over the state to develop best practice programs incorporating engaging learning activities.
Walk away with resources from all areas.
Dinner, drinks, networking and an informal teachmeet
Morning session Overview of Programming for optimum Learning
Session 1: Programming brainstorm
Session 2: Programming Team writing1
Session 3: Programming Team writing2
Dinner with games
Session 1: Sharing with the other groups
As we do every year ICTENSW is hosting an HSC solutions workshop. ICTENSW representatives have worked through the papers to develop solutions for members and the presenters will be working through these solutions for the benefit of attendees.
March 17th 2017
9:00am IT Multimedia Solutions workshop
10:30am Morning Tea
11:00am IPT Solutions workshop
1:30pm SDD Solutions Workshop
The AGM will be held after the solutions workshops, please attend to hear about the year in review, the year ahead, vote for board members and have your say.
Members are invited to attend the ICTENSW Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Saturday, 17th March, 2018, at Sydney University School of IT. The AGM will include an overview of our activities over the preceding 12 months. Board members will be elected at this meeting. Any individual financial members are eligible to nominate for the ICTENSW Board of the Association. The AGM will follow ICTENSW's 2018 HSC Solutions Workshop and will begin at 3:00pm. Registration is not required.
Nominations for Directors and Executive of ICTENSW are invited from members of the Association. Please refer to the 2018 AGM page for the official notification and nomination forms.
Nominations must be completed and returned to The Secretary by 5.30pm Wednesday 14th March 2018.
The AGM is a free event annually.
We would like to personally invite you to our 28th Australian Computers in Education Conference (ACCE2018) which will be held at the first-class Royal Randwick Racecourse on 2 October to 5 October 2018. Attending ACCE2018 affords opportunities for education researchers and preservice educators to connect with F-12 educators and leaders as well as industry partners who share an interest in the use of digital technologies in supporting learning and teaching. We have a broad focus across areas such as the Australian Curriculum, Technology Enhanced Learning, STEM Education and Teacher Education.
The theme ImpaCT is focused on ways we can ensure maximum effect on student learning supported and enhanced by digital technologies. The Call for Proposals is now open and a variety of presentation formats are available, including double-blind peer-reviewed and non-refereed tracks. Click here for further information about the conference and submission guidelines.
We look forward to connecting with you at ACCE2018.
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