Please note, this workshop has been postponed and may be rescheduled in Term Four. As schools continue to struggle with CRT shortages, we are experiencing lower than usual registrations for face-to-face events.
No one knows the current games, sites and social media world better than your students.
They experience the joy, fun and challenges of the digital world daily, and have insight and knowledge that we only get occasional glimpses of, when there is an issue or incident….and usually not a good one.
How can your students build a deeper knowledge of what they know and share for purpose?
This afternoon workshop outlines a process/ program/ guide to support your students to lead the investigation and analysis of the digital world at your school, voice their knowledge and ideas, and build direction and support for real action.
Their action can differentiate and creative.
Some schools have chosen media creation and delivery, hosting a parent information night or building knowledge of other/ younger students.
They can also influence and guide the direction of staff programs and school policy development.
Each school will do it differently but if allowing your students’ voice to be heard is part of your school's philosophy then this session will resonate.
About the presenters
Sandy Phillips taught in Victorian Government schools and was in the library the day the Internet arrived at Altona Green Primary school, in a box with a booklet! Sandy is currently the Digital Learning and curriculum advisor for DET NSW stem - T4L Project. She is also a Lecturer at UNSW for the Masters and Undergraduate Studies program for Primary and Secondary teachers and Pre-service teachers.
Sandy has held various roles including Victorian DET - the Manager of Digital Content Development and e-Safety advisor, the Innovation (FUSE) Manager and the Victorian Games and Apps Challenge Manager. Sandy has also partnered with a range of Cultural Organisations and Department of Education Strategic Partners to design and build student facing digital Content and projects and She has been the Australian Coordinator for the UNESCO Associated Schools Project.
Who Should Attend?
APST standards and curriculum addressed in this workshop:
DLTV follows up-to-date state government health recommendations for all face-to-face events.
- Social distancing is in place, as required.
- We supply hand sanitiser and facemasks (if required).
- All surfaces are cleaned and sanitised before and after events.
- Records of all attendees and contact details are retained for contact purposes.
If you have any concerns or questions about an event, please contact us.