This edition of the Journal of Digital Learning and Teaching Victoria provides you with a series of snapshots of what is occurring from around the world and the professional development program offered by DLTV allows you to follow up on any areas of interest that may be sparked by articles in this journal and to further enhance your skills and knowledge.
We begin our series of snapshots by looking at robotics with Roland Gesthuizen's effort to bring together 17 of Australia's leading robotics educators. This team of outstanding educators has provided you with an amazingly comprehensive review of 16 robotics platforms that provides you with all the information you need to make a well informed choice about the right robotics platform for your school. We continue our exploration of robotics in classrooms with Gail Marshall's article which provides an international perspective on ways in which robotics can be connected to curriculum for deep and meaningful learning.
Design Tech Powered by Augmented Reality
Higher Order Thinking Through Calculus for Kids
If this is the Second Coming of Coding will there be Rapture or Rejection?Robots in the 2016 Australian Classroom
What if Teachers had the Tools to Understand and Enhance the Creative Thinking of Students