Modifying the A-D and F-2 Digital Technologies curriculum for a range of abilities.
Bendigo SDS in Kangaroo Flat - 26-32 Lockwood Rd
Thursday 17th October 9.30 am to 4.00 pm
For the first time, DLTV (Digital Learning and Teaching Victoria) and AASE Vic (Australian Association for Special Education Victorian Chapter) are partnering to showcase the potential of the digital technologies on meeting a range of abilities in the classroom.
We are proud to announce a series of "hands on" DigiTech workshops focused on differentiating DigiTech instructions for levels A-D and F-2 to regional Victorian educators. The cost is minimal thanks to a generous grant from Google.
Who Should Attend?
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About the presenters
Clark Burt is currently the Digital Technologies teacher at Ashwood School, a school for students with mild intellectual disabilities. He is a former lecturer and tutor at The University of Melbourne, RMIT, and Federation University. Clark is also undertaking his PhD at the University of Melbourne in using multimedia to teach vocabulary to students with literacy learning difficulties. Originally a computer programmer, Clark has been teaching in Secondary, Tertiary, and now Special schools since 2004. He has worked with the Victorian Department of Education developing the Digital Technologies curriculum for levels A – D and has assisted the development of the ‘Digital Literacy’ component of the ABLES program.
Celia Coffa is an experienced educator, eLearning Coach and Google Certified Innovator. In 2015 Celia was awarded the DLTV Educator of the Year Award for her dedication, advocacy and innovation in digital learning and teaching across her school and beyond. Celia is currently working as the Victorian Project Officer for the University of Adelaide CSER (Computer Science Education research) Group. Click here for more about CSER.
Matthew Harrison is an experienced educator, researcher and entrepreneur with a keen passion for utilising technology to enhance children's social learning and creativity. He has taught in Australia, South Korea and the United Kingdom at primary, secondary and tertiary levels. Matthew is currently co-ordinating the Autism Intervention and Digital Thinking programs at the University of Melbourne Graduate School of Education, focusing on inclusive education and the creative use of digital technology as teaching and learning tools. He is currently completing a doctorate examining how cooperative videogames can be used as spaces for developing social skills in children with autism and Down syndrome.
We are grateful to Google who, thanks to their CS Educator PD Grants, has provided funding so that we can host 2-4 workshops across Victoria.