Link for registration: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/digital-technologies-workshop-wollongong-tickets-42926536426
The Australian Computing Academy (ACA) is delivering a Commonwealth funded project developing resources that will be freely available to students and teachers across Australia to learn about programming and related concepts in Digital Technologies.
This workshop helps teachers better understand the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies, and introduces freely available resources for use in the classroom.
The workshop runs from 8:30am - 4:00pm on both days.
Tickets are $100 for the two-day event. Members of State and Territory IT/Computer Science associations can access discounted tickets for $60 using discount codes provided in an email from us.
Bring yourself and a laptop. They'll organise the rest, including lunch and morning tea both days, as well as lots of classroom-ready resources to take away.
Train to Town Hall Station
Town Hall car park (Wilson Parking)Term2WorkshopsFlyer3.pdf
The we will be using the entrance at 51 Druitt Street, to St Andrew's.
This is a BYO Device event
Download our flyer for more information about workshops.
Our preferred payment method is PayPal. Other payment options include mailing the invoice with payment or electronic transfer. Please register on the ICTENSW website to generate your invoice and for electronic payment details.
Preparing teachers for the changes to the Science & Technology Mandatory Curriculums in 2019
Criterion conferences is running a two day (with extra workshops)
Both our current president and the former president from ICTENSW will be presenting at the conference.
The conference will focus on
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Early Bird Cost for schools: = $1199 + G.S.T
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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