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Sallyann Williams
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Teaching with the Digital Technologies curriculum - these free online courses will help you get up to speedhttps://goo.gl/DJ3lMU #aussieED
The CSER Digital Technologies Education Program provides a number of free, open online courses designed to assist teachers in preparing for the new Digital Technologies learning area. Our courses cover an introduction to concepts and example activities that help teach Computer Science and ...
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In case you missed it yesterday. NZ announced a big change to their curriculum introducing computational thinking & programming in primary school - http://google-newzealand.blogspot.com.au/2016/07/the-digital-technologies-curriculum.html
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A great announcement, we now have to wait and see how it all pans out :)
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How can we use Google Apps for Education to bring the Digital Technologies Curriculum to life? - 23rd June 2016 at 7pm AEST

In this webinar, Dr Rebecca Vivian and Chris Harte will share ideas for designing learning using Google Apps and Google's CS First to enhance computational thinking and coding capacity in learners. This webinar will have a variety of examples, mainly from the primary and junior years, to help you teach the Digital Technologies Curriculum with Google Apps.
Dr Rebecca Vivian is a Research Fellow with the University of Adelaide's Computer Science Education Research (CSER) Group.
Rebecca leads CSER's K-12 Digital Technologies education stream to build research and practice and to support effective implementation of Computer Science in primary and secondary schools, both within Australia and internationally. Within this space, she explores appropriate pedagogy, in terms of teacher professional development as well as appropriate pedagogy and learning activities for K-12 computer science, computational thinking and programming.

Chris Harte is a Google Certified Innovator, a languages and technology educator and host of this series of Google for Education Webinars.

Register at https://docs.google.com/a/google.com/forms/d/1ywiYYq6g7CxULjQcFWEL6BtFmZZXKomHLCas7_TcM68/viewform
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How can we use Google Apps for Education to bring the Digital Technologies Curriculum to life? - 23rd June 2016 at 7pm AESTIn this webinar, Dr Rebecca Vivian and Chris Harte will share ideas for designing learning using Google Apps and Google's CS First to enhance computational thinking and coding capacity in learners. This webinar will have a variety of examples, mainly from the primary and junior years, to help you teach the Digital Technologies Curriculum with Google Apps. Dr Rebecca Vivian is a Research Fellow with the University of Adelaide's Computer Science E...
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Anyone know any good CS/Coding programs for high school students in Indonesia?
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+Sallyann Williams​ in Surabaya, students is study VB, C++, Pascal. But many schools only teach "how to use (Photoshop, Dreamweaver, etc)". Not many school teach programming. Sometimes only special class (smart kid gather in 1 class) get programming lesson.

When I was in Malang, I taught students about AppInventor. And they are very enjoy it.
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Anyone want to run an experiment like this in Australia and let me know the results? I'd be fascinated.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HxuEHhERFIQ
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The Digital Technologies hub is live - check out all the resources https://digitaltechnologieshub.edu.au/
This is the home page of the Digital Technologies Hub.It supports the Australian Curriculum Digital Technologies with lesson plans, case studies, advice for school leaders, activities for students and for families. It links to the digital technologies industry events and programs. It supports development of computational thinking and coding skills in Australian students.
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Nikki Durkin is a 24 year old tech entrepreneur who'd love to share her story with your students. She started her first successful online business at 15, and at 18 she started 99dresses - a popular online fashion trading platform for women. During her journey she was accepted into the #1 tech startup accelerator in the world, raised money from prominent Silicon Valley investors, moved to New York City from Australia, and experienced a myriad of startup successes and failures. Now living back in Australia, Nikki is passionate about inspiring teens (especially girls) to get involved in coding. If you'd like Nikki to speak to your students, please email nikki@codemakers.com.au
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Baking challenge for May was slice - yummmmmmm
I'm 5 months in on a baking challenge at work. My team decided this year that it was important to extend ourselves in our whole lives, and to get out of the habit and rut we had created for ourselves. We picked baking as an ...
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Looks delicious😋😋😋
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At the airport ready to head home - but have already finished my photos thanks to Google photos - https://goo.gl/photos/Z3ivevFNFMniuM8r6
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Engineering Community & Outeach Manager, Google
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I am responsible for Google’s relationships with startups & universities across Australia & New Zealand. I oversee Google’s efforts in entrepreneurship & startup engagement, CS & STEM outreach and research collaborations with computer science, engineering, and related departments.
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    Senior Program Manager, 2006 - present
  • University of Sydney
    2003 - 2006
  • Griffith University
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Life is short. Drink good wine, good coffee, travel and embrace every moment.
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    Master of International Relations
  • Griffith University
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Nice hotel. Crowded when parliament is sitting. Needs to relocate power points by the bed to be accessible without moving furniture.
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Great until the wedding descended on the resort. There was no warning when we booked that they would be having a giant party so it turned from a quiet, relaxed holiday to backpacker Sairee beach. Not impressed that they only informed us on the day. The rooms are stacked right on top of the restaurant so the noise travels straight up and you can't avoid it. This is the most expensive place to stay on the island, and the food & beverage are very very expensive for what you get/compared to the rest of the island. Considering what we spent on diving & our stay I'm very disappointed. Make sure you get it in writing that there will be no weddings or parties if you are going here for peace and quiet.
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Fantastic food. The 'strange flavour white cut chicken' is to die for. The best surprise dish on the menu. Cocktails are great too.
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Great brunch. Delicious poached eggs
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Fantastic coffee. They roast their own beans. The big breakfast is ridiculously big but dad ate it all!!!
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Great breakfast before grocery shopping. The poached eggs with goat feta and mushroom was fantastic. Shame its inside but don't overlook it as the food is great. The staff are super friendly also.
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