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Curriculum Planning for Digital Technologies (F-10)

  • 14 Sep 2017
  • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Online- via Adobe Connect

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This webinar will introduce participants to planning for the Digital Technologies curriculum from F-10. They will become familiar with the curriculum and scope and sequence. Content of the session will include: examples of how the curriculum will be mapped, discussion of sample activities and units as well as potential connections across the curriculum. This session will be suitable for teachers with a basic knowledge of the curriculum. Curriculum leaders are strongly encouraged to attend.

Outline:

  • Brief overview of the curriculum
  • Discussion of scope and sequence
  • Mapping the curriculum
  • Suggested activities
  • Cross-curricular connections

Presenters: Daryl Croke and Steve Allen (VCAA Specialist Teachers)


Steve Allen is a passionate supporter of Digital Technologies and ICT in supporting student learning. As well as currently running a Makerspace as a specialist area at Glenroy West Primary School and teaching in the 3/4 area, Steve is also a VCAA Specialist Teacher and has been involved in writing sample units, teacher resources and professional development programs.




Daryl Croke teaches Year 8 to VCE computing subjects from at Mount Ridley P-12 College, Craigieburn. He’s passionate about computers in education having taught computing or been involved in elearning for the past 10 years. Daryl has worked closely this year with the college’s librarians to set-up a successful after school coding club for Years 5-7 students. At the start of 2017 Daryl took-up a position with the VCAA as a Digital Coding specialist teacher.



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