Post is pinned.
Dear Members

We wanted to provide you with some background on the moderation of posts to this community. All posts are automatically filtered and on some occasions posts are sent to Community Moderators for review. When this occurs there may be some delay in the posts appearing within the community.

Please be assured that there is no need to repost multiple times. Moderation is done during business hours so generally it may take a day or two for posts to be seen, unless it falls on a weekend. Thanks for your participation and patience with this process.

We love seeing all of your posts and the wonderful ideas that you are sharing with each other. If you have any questions please email us at

Thank you
The CSER Team

Option 2: My activity could be used in the early years (ideally Kindergarten to Pre Primary). It would be based around the book "Rosie's Walk" by Pat Hutchins. After reading the book, the teacher would set up an obstacle course based around the book. The children would then have to complete the obstacle course in the same sequence as Rosie did, which encourages them to employ sequential thinking #cserTask6

#cserTask7 option 2
Grade 2 enjoyed using bee bots to write their first initial. We were lucky enough to have experienced grade 5 friends to offer support. Letter S is tricky!

Option 2: Students use binary to write their name and spelling words #cserTask3

Post has attachment
#csertask6 option2
This is a fun sequencing task for the early years, especially if the teacher brings real ingredients.

Post has shared content
This is a fantastic idea!
Option 1:
In my 5/6 classroom, after students have completed reading a Lit Circles book, they write a book review on Google Docs. This is then converted into a QR code and is glued into the back page of the novel. Students in other classes (or in future years) can scan the QR code to see whether that book would be of interest to them.


I'm Ceri. I teach a Year 5/6 in Keith, SA.

Hi! I am looking forward to working my way through this fabulous course, developing a deeper understanding of digital technologies and helping our students confidently use and create new technologies.

Hello. My name is Ben. I am an ES1 teacher from Lismore, NSW. #networking

Hello, Prep Teacher here :-) Looking for easy and practical ways to implement digital technologies with my class.
Wait while more posts are being loaded