This latest issue of the journal serves as a celebration of the enthusiasm and celebration of the innovation and dynamism of our membership. In this issue you will find a variety of ideas and topics for a world that is increasingly comfortable with the idea of digital pedagogies. In addition to harnessing the affordances of technologies to optimise academic learning, we have also learnt that technologies can help enhance social connections within members of school communities. We have learnt that more than ever, social inclusion is vital for every child and young adult, and that we as teachers can create new methods and spaces for our young people to stay connected in times of crisis.
Building on our previous journal release, there are more articles with insights into remote learning, and a report on the proposed changes to the Australian Curriculum and DLTV's submission to ACARA .