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We are excited to share that CSER has some new additions to the Lending Library including Micro:bits (Year 5- 10), Bluebots (Foundation - Year 6) and Dash & Dot (Foundation to Year 4).
Dash & Dot are happily charging in preparation to visit some schools!
To register your interest in a kit please visit this link:

What about a sandwich -bread, butter, mustard, ham, lettuce #exploreTask1


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An application that collates the futures that the students see for themselves as a basis for demonstrating relevance of a lesson. The app might also be extended to store examples and resources to support lesson planning.


How about the concept of a lesson as a collection of objects?

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Hello All,
I am a secondary teacher looking to translate my experience in systems analysis and digital technologies to the classroom. I am looking for links between DT, maths and science as areas that blend to provide the logic for solving real-world problems.

As a PD provider I have not developed any classroom rubrics that are directly related to game deign. Some of the assessment rubrics posted here look very time-consuming. I wonder if anyone has come up with a program or software that could be used to automate the process of marking student work?

As a PD provider I do not teach a class per se. Therefore its difficult to address the requirements for this task. Similarly I can see that many other participants have not taught gaming in the classroom. I wonder what alternative contexts are available that might be more widespread in Stage 5 Computer Science.

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I recently met Adrian Tyson who is a co-founder of Neuranext. They teach students about the real-world situations where AI can be used as well spark their interest in their science, technology, engineering and mathematics subjects. An gamified AI app that can mark student writing drafts and provide feedback for development would be very useful.
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With a background in molecular genetics I am familiar with DNA transcription as a process requiring a variety of objects. In this picture the identified objects follow a set of commands (DNA sequence) and work together to replicate DNA. DNA Translation would be another interesting model to use in this scenario. I believe that research is underway to use nucleotides in computers. Rather than binary, this would give a 4 base sequence for coding.
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