This session provides guided starting points and highlights key resources at the Digital Technologies Hub, the largest online portal and resource library supporting the Australian Digital Technologies curriculum.
Most DigiTech teachers are aware of the Digital Technologies Hub, but may be unsure how to make the most of the site. The similarities between the Victorian and Australian curricula make it a highly useful resource for Victorian teachers.
DLTV will be joined by Martin Richards, content manager at the Digital Technologies Hub, to discuss the best starting points for both Primary and Secondary teachers, and to shine a spotlight on new resources.
Who Should Attend?
- Primary and Secondary teachers and learning leaders.
- Digital Technologies and STEM teachers.
About the presenters
Martin Richards is a Content Manager at Education Services Australia (ESA) and heads the team that develops the Digital Technologies Hub. Martin has lead the development of resources to support teachers to implement Digital Technologies. In his most recent work, Martin has collaborated with experts in the field of Artificial Intelligence to develop innovative lessons to enable teachers to deliver this exciting area into their classrooms. In his extensive experience in education, Martin has had a range of roles including a teacher, education consultant and Manager of eLearning/Online for Department of Education.
Daryl English has always been fascinated by the ways Digital Learning can enhance the educational outcomes of students. He has held a range of eLearning related positions, as a teacher of ICT, Ultranet Coach, 1:1 Project Officer for the DET, and as an eLearning coach. His most recent and exciting work was as Assistant Principal 21st Century Learning at a large P-9 College in Melbourne’s West. Daryl is a highly skilled presenter in the field of Digital Education including presentations at BETT Singapore, Edutech Sydney, Future Schools Melbourne, Digicon, ACMI and many other venues across Victoria and NSW.
This event is made possible by support from the Victorian Department of Education and Training.