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The challenge of adding a GUI in Python

  • 16 Mar 2022
  • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Online webinar: joining details after registration

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Relevant to senior studies like VCE Applied Computing as well as 7-10 Digital Technologies, this webinar dives into the options available for implementing a Graphical User Interface (GUI) in the Python programming language.

Python continues to grow in popularity as 7-10 DigiTech students move through to senior studies, often displacing other languages and coding environments that came with built-in GUI options.

  • What modules and tools are available to help teachers and students add GUIs to their Python solutions?
  • What are the pros and cons between advanced options and simpler options?
  • Share knowledge and ideas with other teachers.

Hosted by DLTV's VCE Subcommittee, this webinar also features a discussion with Adam Antonio, an Australian teacher who has built a GUI framework for his Year 10 Python students.


Who Should Attend?

  • 7-10 Digital Technologies teachers and curriculum leaders,

  • VCE Applied Computing and other senior computing study teachers.



About the hosts

A member of DLTV's VCE Subcommittee, Bernie McGrath teaches at 9-10 Digital Technologies as well as Applied Computing and Software Development at Kew High School in Melbourne.

Adam Antonio teaches Year 9-10 Information and Software Technology as well as HSC Software Design and Development at Abbotsleigh School in Wahroonga, on Sydney’s North Shore.

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