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.
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