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Unpacking the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies
Unpacking the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies

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We've come to accept that computers are, in some ways, smarter than humans, or at least more powerfully logical.


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Could this be the alternative to high-stakes exams?

With 75% of the fastest growing occupations now requiring STEM skills, there is no doubt that maths will play a critical role in every Australian’s ability to succeed in the future.

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IT’S not Mandarin or French. There’s one language that will soon be the most understood in the world and Australia is woefully lagging behind.

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Coding isn't just for computer whizzes, says Mitch Resnick of MIT Media Lab — it's for everyone. In a fun, demo-filled talk Resnick outlines the benefits of teaching kids to code, so they can do more than just use new tech toys but also create them.

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Using robots to teach may seem like something from the Twilight Zone. This project shows how accessible robotics can be in the classroom and how they can inspire students to think outside the box.


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Hey Scootle users! Help out by providing feedback in a short survey next time you log in, and go in the draw to win a $300 store voucher of your choice. 

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Coding as important as reading, writing, says NZ child

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Looking to keep informed on Digital Technology Education news, resources and lesson ideas? Subscribe to our newsletter for a monthly digi tech update, focusing on a key area of the curriculum with supporting information and relevant resources. Previous newsletters have been archived on the website too! Sign up here ...

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Optus Business has launched a new Cyber Education program designed to encourage students to consider a career in cybersecurity.

The company will be targeting secondary, TAFE and university students, and enabling educators to use STEM subjects to tackle the growing skills shortage.

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Code Club Australia is a nationwide network of free, volunteer-led, after-school coding clubs for children aged 9-11. We also provide curriculum and training for teachers.
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