Registration Centre

Learning and Technologies

The Learning & Technologies Team provides professional learning opportunities for school leaders and teachers to build capacity and understanding of:

  • Digital Technologies (Australian Curriculum)
  • ICT General Capability (Australian Curriculum)
  • Office 365 Tools for Teaching and Leaning
  • STEM (Integrating Technology with Science, Mathematics and Engineering)

The professional learning aims to support schools to develop and deepen their understanding of the Australian Curriculum Digital Technologies and ICT capability. Professional Learning provides opportunity for participants to explore digital literacies, resources, tools and initiatives relevant to CESA schools and is aligned to the AITSL standards for teachers.

CESA Teachers can subscribe to the Learning and Technologies Blog to receive regular updates about resources, events and professional learning.

For registration enquiries, please contact:

Adeline McLoughlin - Administrator
Email:
 adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au
Phone: (08) 8301 6641

Upcoming events

    • 14 Mar 2019
    • 24 Sep 2019
    • 4 sessions
    • Glenelg Golf Club, James Melrose Road. Novar Gardens

    Please note: This workshop will be held at the Glenelg Golf Club, James Melrose Road. Novar Gardens

    Workshop Information

    Key teachers will co-construct and implement a STEM problem-based learning unit, using design thinking methodologies and the engineering design process, to foster student’s curiosity, creativity and agency. Participants will deepen their understanding of how to plan using problem-based leaning pedagogies; connect their work and student learning to CESA’s Living Learning Leading Framework; and explore ICT tools to capture evidence of student learning and metacognition. This project will take place over 4 days and participation at all four days is required.

    Participants are required to attend all workshops.

    Core FOCI and Priorities

    • STEM
    • Design Thinking
    • Integration of Curriculum 

    AITSL National Professional Standards for Teachers Include

    Standard 1:  Know students and how they learn
    Standard 2:  Know the content and how to teach it
    Standard 3:  Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning
    Standard 5:  Assess, provide feedback and report on student learning

    Intended Audience: Primary Teachers and Secondary Science, Mathematics and/or Technologies Teachers

    Facilitators: CESA Learning & Technologies and Leading Learning Teams

    Workshop Enquiries:
     melanie.oleary@cesa.catholic.edu.au / T: 8301 6820

    Registration Enquiries: adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au

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    • 02 May 2019
    • 29 Oct 2019
    • 3 sessions
    • Catholic Education Office, Professional Learning Space, 112 Kintore Street, Thebarton

    Workshop Information

    Immerse yourself in technologies that will encourage student creativity, problem solving, collaboration, computational thinking and design thinking, through project-based learning. Participate in 3 hands-on workshops to invent, make and program with a range of digital technologies, recycled materials and craft supplies. We will also explore how learning through making, tinkering and inventing can be aligned to a variety of learning areas in the Australian Curriculum as well as key capabilities from CESA’s Living Learning Leading Framework. Bring your maker mindset and have some hard fun. A LATT consultant will provide school-based support for participants to implement their innovative projects in the classroom.

    Participants (only 2 per school) are required to attend all workshops:
    - Thursday 2 May
    - Tuesday 18 June
    - Tuesday 29 October

    Core FOCI and Priorities

    • Digital Technologies
    • Project-Based Learning
    • Integration of Curriculum 

    AITSL National Professional Standards for Teachers Include

    Standard 1:  Know students and how they learn
    Standard 2:  Know the content and how to teach it
    Standard 3:  Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning

    Intended Audience: All Teachers

    Facilitators: CESA Learning & Technologies Team

    Workshop Enquiries:
     deborah.kroeger@cesa.catholic.edu.au / T: 8301 6638

    Registration Enquiries: adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au

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    • 17 May 2019
    • 25 Oct 2019
    • 2 sessions
    • Catholic Education Office, Conference Centre Rooms 6 & 7. 116 George Street, Thebarton
    • 10

    Workshop Information

    In supporting the implementation of the CESA STEM Learning, schools are invited to register for participation in the STEM – Unpacking School Data to Inform Practices and Monitor Impacts professional learning opportunity. In partnership with Associate Professor Debra Panizzon 
    (Science Education and STEM Policy Monash University - Adjunct), the series of workshops and mentoring sessions will be available in 2019.

    Program Design and Context

    Schools collect and generate their own data for a range of different purposes e.g., results from NAPLAN, PISA or from participation in various STEM-related projects. Accessing and utilising the data to inform teacher practices while monitoring student impact is pivotal in moving forward. The purpose of the workshops and academic mentoring is to work with leaders in schools to support and build their capacity to use data to inform and drive change in positive ways in their schools.

    Facilitation of Primary and Secondary Workshops

    Working and supporting designated school leadership team representatives in:

    • developing an inquiry question in relation to science, technology, engineering and mathematics to explore in their school
    • planning for the collection of relevant and informative data to inform teacher practices while monitoring student impact
    Academic Mentoring


    Each participating school team will receive 2 hours of mentoring with Associate Professor Debra Panizzon which will be delivered through either face-to-face meetings or ongoing video or phone communication. This will be negotiated on a one-to-one school basis.

    Core FOCI and Priorities

    • STEM
    • Integration of Curriculum 

    AITSL National Professional Standards for Teachers Include

    Standard 1:  Know students and how they learn
    Standard 3:  Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning

    Intended Audience: School Leadership Teams

    Facilitators: Associate Professor Debra Panizzon, Science Education and STEM Policy Monash University - Adjunct and CESA Learning & Technologies Team

    Workshop Enquiries: jarrod.carter@cesa.catholic.edu.au

    Registration Enquiries: adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au


    Deadline for Application: 12 April 2019

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    • 23 May 2019
    • 25 Oct 2019
    • 2 sessions
    • Catholic Education Office, Conference Centre Rooms 6 & 8. 116 George Street, Thebarton
    • 1

    Workshop Information

    In supporting the implementation of the CESA STEM Learning, schools are invited to register for participation in the STEM – Unpacking School Data to Inform Practices and Monitor Impacts professional learning opportunity. In partnership with Associate Professor Debra Panizzon.

    (Science Education and STEM Policy Monash University - Adjunct), the series of workshops and mentoring sessions will be available in 2019.

    Program Design and Context

    Schools collect and generate their own data for a range of different purposes e.g., results from NAPLAN, PISA or from participation in various STEM-related projects. Accessing and utilising the data to inform teacher practices while monitoring student impact is pivotal in moving forward. The purpose of the workshops and academic mentoring is to work with leaders in schools to support and build their capacity to use data to inform and drive change in positive ways in their schools.

    Facilitation of Primary and Secondary Workshops

    • Working and supporting designated school leadership team representatives in:
      • developing an inquiry question in relation to science, technology, engineering and mathematics to explore in their school
      • planning for the collection of relevant and informative data to inform teacher practices while monitoring student impact

    Academic Mentoring

    Each participating school team will receive 2 hours of mentoring with Associate Professor Debra Panizzon which will be delivered through either face-to-face meetings or ongoing video or phone communication. This will be negotiated on a one-to-one school basis.

    Workshop Location

    23 May: George Street Conference Centre, Room 8
    25 October: George Street Conference Centre, Room 6

    Core FOCI and Priorities

    • STEM
    • Integration of Curriculum 

    AITSL National Professional Standards for Teachers Include

    Standard 1:  Know students and how they learn
    Standard 3:  Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning

    Intended Audience: School Leadership Teams

    Facilitators: Associate Professor Debra Panizzon, Science Education and STEM Policy Monash University - Adjunct and CESA Learning & Technologies Team

    Workshop Enquiries: jarrod.carter@cesa.catholic.edu.au

    Registration Enquiries: adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au


    Deadline for Application: 12 April 2019

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    • 11 Jun 2019
    • 21 Oct 2019
    • 4 sessions
    • Glenelg Golf Club, James Melrose Road. Novar Gardens

    Workshop Information

    The key purpose of the Future Ready Program is to amplify practices and approaches towards the educational objectives and priorities of CESA STEM Learning and Middle Years Initiatives to continue:

    1. Building system capacity
    2. Building leader and teacher capacity
    3. Building dynamic and sustainable partnerships.

    The Future Ready Program for Years 6-9 teachers, unleashes the curriculum innovations of staff, helping them to create real-world, classroom ready units for students. With a tailored focus on STEM, teaching teams will be coached through a strategic design process which will deliver unique, fully resourced, project based learning units. Participants must attend all 4 sessions. Facilitated by Education Changemakers.

    Participants are required to attend all workshops:

    Core FOCI and Priorities

    • STEM
    • Project-Based Learning
    • Integration of Curriculum 

    AITSL National Professional Standards for Teachers Include

    Standard 1:  Know students and how they learn
    Standard 2:  Know the content and how to teach it
    Standard 3:  Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning
    Standard 5:  Assess, provide feedback and report on student learning

    Intended Audience: Middle Years Teachers who teach Science, Mathematics and/or Technologies

    Facilitators: Education Changemakers and CESA Learning & Technologies Team

    Workshop Enquiries:
     melanie.oleary@cesa.catholic.edu.au / T: 8301 6820 and jarrod.carter@cesa.catholic.edu.au / T: 8301 6191

    Registration Enquiries: adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au

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    • 24 Sep 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Caritas College

    The Learning and Technologies Team are delighted to offer CESA schools an opportunity to engage in a student directed, ‘mission focused’ entrepreneurship education program, The Big Ideas Challenge. The Big Ideas Challenge has been purposefully designed in collaboration with educators to engage young people in a fun and fast paced day of listening, learning and doing. Delivered by leading entrepreneurship facilitators Future Anything.

    The key purpose of our Future Anything partnership is to amplify practices and approaches in animating the educational objectives and priorities of the Living Learning Leading Framework in order to build the entrepreneurial mindset, and student agency of young people, in addition to the engagement of young people, particularly women, in STEM.

    The event will be delivered in both regional and metropolitan locations, and will engage students in an entrepreneurial mindset and framework to:

    • Rapidly prototype their own innovative, scalable and sustainable solutions that make the world a better place
    • Engage with design thinking methodology to solve problems, including emphasising, ideating, validating, prototyping and pitching
    • Lead self and others
    • Collaborate and project manage
    • Be engaging storytellers; pitching (and persuading) with purpose

    Attending Teachers can also participate in a Q & A session focusing on how the Future Anything program can integrate within their school context.

    The Big Ideas Challenge can facilitate small extension groups to whole Year levels. The program has been contracted to be facilitated for up to 200 students per program.

    Facilitator: CESA Learning & Technologies Team

    Registration Enquiries: adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au

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    • 25 Sep 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Mercedes College

    Please Note: This program is now open to Yrs 7-12

    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

    The Learning and Technologies Team are delighted to offer CESA schools an opportunity to engage in a student directed, ‘mission focused’ entrepreneurship education program, The Big Ideas Challenge.  The Big Ideas Challenge has been purposefully designed in collaboration with educators to engage young people in a fun and fast paced day of listening, learning and doing. Delivered by leading entrepreneurship facilitators Future Anything.

    The key purpose of our Future Anything partnership is to amplify practices and approaches in animating the educational objectives and priorities of the Living Learning Leading Framework in order to build the entrepreneurial mindset, and student agency of young people, in addition to the engagement of young people, particularly women, in STEM.

    The event will be delivered in both regional and metropolitan locations, and will engage students in an entrepreneurial mindset and framework to:

    • Rapidly prototype their own innovative, scalable and sustainable solutions that make the world a better place.
    • Engage with design thinking methodology to solve problems, including emphasising, ideating, validating, prototyping and pitching.
    • Lead self and others.
    • Collaborate and project manage.
    • Be engaging storytellers; pitching (and persuading) with purpose.

    Attending Teachers can also participate in a Q & A session focusing on how the Future Anything program can integrate within their school context.

    The Big Ideas Challenge can facilitate small extension groups to whole Year levels. The program has been contracted to be facilitated for up to 200 students per program.

    Facilitator: CESA Learning & Technologies Team

    Registration Enquiries: adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au


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    • 26 Sep 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Mercedes College

    The Learning and Technologies Team are delighted to offer CESA schools an opportunity to engage in a student directed, ‘mission focused’ entrepreneurship education program, The Big Ideas Challenge.  The Big Ideas Challenge has been purposefully designed in collaboration with educators to engage young people in a fun and fast paced day of listening, learning and doing. Delivered by leading entrepreneurship facilitators Future Anything.

    The key purpose of our Future Anything partnership is to amplify practices and approaches in animating the educational objectives and priorities of the Living Learning Leading Framework in order to build the entrepreneurial mindset, and student agency of young people, in addition to the engagement of young people, particularly women, in STEM.

    The event will be delivered in both regional and metropolitan locations, and will engage students in an entrepreneurial mindset and framework to:

    • Rapidly prototype their own innovative, scalable and sustainable solutions that make the world a better place.
    • Engage with design thinking methodology to solve problems, including emphasising, ideating, validating, prototyping and pitching.
    • Lead self and others.
    • Collaborate and project manage.
    • Be engaging storytellers; pitching (and persuading) with purpose.

    Attending Teachers can also participate in a Q & A session focusing on how the Future Anything program can integrate within their school context.

    The Big Ideas Challenge can facilitate small extension groups to whole Year levels. The program has been contracted to be facilitated for up to 200 students per program.

    Facilitator: CESA Learning & Technologies Team

    Registration Enquiries: adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au

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    • 14 Oct 2019
    • 9:00 AM
    • 17 Oct 2019
    • 4:00 PM
    • Lot Fourteen, Conference Room & Adelaide University ECMS, Level 7 Conference Room
    • 7
    Register

    Workshop Information

    The Learning and Technologies Team, in partnership with STEM Fast Track, are delighted to offer 30 fully funded placements for Years 10 & 11 female students from CESA schools, to participate in the 2019 STEM Sista programs.

    Delivered by leading entrepreneurship facilitators STEM Fast Track,  the program is facilitated as a STEM-oriented networking event and professional development course for young people in schools, who wish to increase their chances of starting a successful career in STEM industries. The key purpose of the STEM Sista program, is empowering the emerging generation with knowledge and development to become prepared to take on a STEM-driven future with conviction.

    The key purpose of the STEM Fast Track partnership, is to amplify practices and approaches in animating the educational objectives and priorities of the Living Learning Leading Framework, in order to build the entrepreneurial mindset and student agency of young people, in addition to the engagement of young people, particularly women, in STEM.

    The event will be delivered in metropolitan locations and is designed to empower our young women considering a career in STEM by:

    • Introducing them to a variety of STEM professions – up to 12 STEM Guest Speakers will join the program and share their experiences
    • Introducing them to life skills – how to set and achieve goals, manage their money and understand that their choices and attitudes influence their journey and achievements

    It is envisaged that schools will nominate up to 2 - 3 girls from Years 10 & 11 to participate in their nominated program. It is expected that a teacher would attend the program each day in a supervisory role.

    The nominated School Contact will receive confirmation of participation as soon as possible.

    Venues: 14 & 15 October @ Lot Fourteen, Conference Room / 16 & 17 October @ Adelaide University ECMS, Level 7 Conference Room

    Workshop Enquiries: melanie.oleary@cesa.catholic.edu.au, Leading Learning Consultant / T: 8301 6820

    Registration Enquiries: adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au


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      • 04 Nov 2019
      • 9:00 AM
      • 07 Nov 2019
      • 4:00 PM
      • To be confirmed: Adelaide CBD
      • 8
      Register

      Workshop Information

      The Learning and Technologies Team, in partnership with STEM Fast Track, are delighted to offer 30 fully funded placements for Years 10 & 11 female students from CESA schools, to participate in the 2019 STEM Sista programs.

      Delivered by leading entrepreneurship facilitators STEM Fast Track,  the program is facilitated as a STEM-oriented networking event and professional development course for young people in schools, who wish to increase their chances of starting a successful career in STEM industries. The key purpose of the STEM Sista program, is empowering the emerging generation with knowledge and development to become prepared to take on a STEM-driven future with conviction.

      The key purpose of the STEM Fast Track partnership, is to amplify practices and approaches in animating the educational objectives and priorities of the Living Learning Leading Framework, in order to build the entrepreneurial mindset and student agency of young people, in addition to the engagement of young people, particularly women, in STEM.

      The event will be delivered in metropolitan locations and is designed to empower our young women considering a career in STEM by:

      • Introducing them to a variety of STEM professions – up to 12 STEM Guest Speakers will join the program and share their experiences
      • Introducing them to life skills – how to set and achieve goals, manage their money and understand that their choices and attitudes influence their journey and achievements

      It is envisaged that schools will nominate up to 2 - 3 girls from Years 10 & 11 to participate in their nominated program. It is expected that a teacher would attend the program each day in a supervisory role.

      The nominated School Contact will receive confirmation of participation as soon as possible.

      Workshop Enquiries: melanie.oleary@cesa.catholic.edu.au, Leading Learning Consultant / T: 8301 6820

      Registration Enquiries: adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au


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        • 27 Nov 2019
        • 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
        • Adelaide Convention Centre, Riverview Rooms
        • 36
        Register

        Please Note: Change of Forum Date

        The 2019 CESA STEM UniSA Forum
        will now be held on Wednesday 27 November 2019

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        As part of the commitment by the Catholic Education Office to support schools to increase the engagement, uptake and achievement of students in and across the disciplines of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, we are pleased to invite you to attend the 2019 CESA STEM UniSA Forum.

        More information coming soon regarding workshops and presentations.


        Forum Enquiries
        melanie.oleary@cesa.catholic.edu.au  OR  jarrod.carter@cesa.catholic.edu.au

        Registration Enquiries
        adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au

      Past events

      15 Aug 2019 The Inclusive Classroom (Additional Learning Needs)
      28 Jun 2019 Game-Based Learning Through Minecraft Education
      07 Jun 2019 Introduction to Micro:bits
      28 Mar 2019 Exploring STEM Education in the Primary Years (R-6)
      21 Mar 2019 Deep Dive Into OneNote Class NoteBook
      18 Mar 2019 CESA UniSA STEM Project - Project Network Schools
      04 Mar 2019 CESA UniSA STEM Project - Cluster Network Workshops
      28 Feb 2019 CESA UniSA STEM Project - Leadership Workshop
      30 Nov 2018 2018 CESA STEM UniSA Forum
      27 Sep 2018 Integrating Science & Technologies Into STEM: Science, Technology and Maths
      13 Sep 2018 Integrating Science & Technologies Into STEM: Earth and Space
      06 Sep 2018 Teaching Students to Code (F-6)
      27 Aug 2018 Deep Dive into OneNote Class NoteBook
      21 Aug 2018 Minecraft Edu - Workshop 2
      20 Aug 2018 Minecraft Edu - Workshop 2
      16 Aug 2018 Integrating Science & Technologies Into STEM: Biological Science
      06 Aug 2018 Office 365 Learning & Collaboration in the Classroom
      26 Jul 2018 Integrating Science & Technologies Into STEM: Physical Science
      28 Jun 2018 Integrating Science & Technologies Into STEM
      25 Jun 2018 CESA STEM School-Based Projects - Workshop 2
      22 Jun 2018 Teaching Students to Code (F-6)
      15 Jun 2018 CESA STEM UniSA Cluster Network - Workshop 2
      13 Jun 2018 Facilitating STEM Curriculum and Assessment
      07 Jun 2018 Future Ready With Education Changemakers
      30 May 2018 Minecraft Edu - Workshop 1
      29 May 2018 Minecraft Edu - Workshop 1
      28 Mar 2018 Office 365 Learning & Collaboration in the Classroom
      26 Mar 2018 Exploring STEM Education in the Primary Years
      20 Mar 2018 Exploring Office 365 Apps for Teaching & Learning
      19 Mar 2018 CESA STEM School-Based Projects - Workshop 1
      05 Mar 2018 CESA STEM UniSA Cluster Network - Workshop 1
      28 Feb 2018 CESA STEM UniSA Projects - Leadership in STEM Professional Learning Workshop
      26 Feb 2018 Deep Dive into OneNote Class NoteBook
      13 Feb 2018 Teaching Students to Code (F-6)
      12 Feb 2018 CESA STEM UniSA Projects - Project Information Session
      20 Nov 2017 Expression of Interest - Implementing the Digital Technologies Curriculum in Years F-6
      20 Nov 2017 Expression of Interest - Minecraft Edu: Living Sustainably
      20 Nov 2017 Expression of Interest - Delivering 21st Century Learning Using the Office 365 Platform
      03 Nov 2017 CANCELLED - Office 365 Learning & Collaboration in the Classroom
      24 Oct 2017 Deep Dive into OneNote Class NoteBook
      23 Oct 2017 Exploring Office 365 Apps for Teaching & Learning: Sway, Office Mix and Forms
      06 Oct 2017 Creativity with Digital Technologies in Early Childhood
      08 Sep 2017 CANCELLED - LiveTiles Mosaic for the Classroom
      01 Sep 2017 O365 Teacher Learning Community Day
      31 Aug 2017 CESA Early Childhood Network 2017: Creativity with Digital Film and Animation
      24 Aug 2017 Office 365 Learning & Collaboration in the classroom
      15 Aug 2017 Teaching students to code (F-6)
      10 Aug 2017 Unpacking the Digital Technologies Curriculum: Data & Digital Systems (F-6)
      27 Jun 2017 LiveTiles Mosaic for the Classroom
      20 Jun 2017 Deep Dive into OneNote Class NoteBook
      19 Jun 2017 Strategic Planning for Designing Online Learning Environments
      16 Jun 2017 Unpacking the Digital Technologies Curriculum: Algorithms & Programming (F-6)
      09 Jun 2017 Getting started with Office 365 SharePoint Site templates (PRIMARY)
      08 Jun 2017 CESA Early Childhood Network 2017: Creativity with Digital Storytelling
      30 May 2017 Teaching students to code (F-6)
      26 May 2017 Exploring STEM Education in the Primary Years
      22 May 2017 Office 365 Learning & Collaboration in the classroom
      06 Apr 2017 LiveTiles Mosaic for the Classroom
      23 Mar 2017 O365 Teacher Learning Community Launch
      09 Mar 2017 CESA Early Childhood Network 2017: Digital Literacies
      06 Mar 2017 Getting started with Office 365 SharePoint Site templates (PRIMARY)
      28 Feb 2017 Exploring Office 365 Apps for Teaching & Learning: Sway, Office Mix and Forms
      27 Feb 2017 Deep Dive into OneNote Class NoteBook
      21 Feb 2017 Office 365 Learning & Collaboration in the classroom
      17 Feb 2017 Teaching students to code (F-6)
      22 Nov 2016 Office 365 Sites Support Session
      08 Nov 2016 LiveTiles for the classroom
      07 Nov 2016 Digitech Primary - STEM Approach (repeat session)
      03 Nov 2016 Getting started with Office 365 SharePoint Site templates
      01 Nov 2016 Taste of Technology [REPEAT SESSION]
      24 Oct 2016 Office 365 Learning & Collaboration in the classroom
      20 Oct 2016 Office 365 Sites Support Session
      19 Sep 2016 Getting started with Office 365 SharePoint Site templates
      16 Sep 2016 Developing OneNote Notebooks for Consultancy and Collaboration
      15 Sep 2016 Office 365 Learning & Collaboration in the classroom - PRIMARY
      14 Sep 2016 Office 365 for Learning & Collaboration in the Classroom - Secondary
      08 Sep 2016 Office 365 Sites Support Session
      02 Sep 2016 Teaching students to code
      29 Aug 2016 LiveTiles for the classroom
      23 Aug 2016 Exploring the capabilities of Office 365 for teaching and learning
      22 Aug 2016 Office 365 Learning & Collaboration in the classroom - PRIMARY
      16 Aug 2016 Office 365 Sites Support Session - PRIMARY
      16 Aug 2016 Getting started with Office 365 SharePoint Site templates
      15 Aug 2016 Taste of Technology
      04 Aug 2016 Digitech Primary - STEM Approach
      20 Jul 2016 Supporting Primary School SharePoint Sites (for Schools Technology Officers)
      14 Jul 2016 Supporting Primary School SharePoint Sites (for Schools Technology Officers)
      29 Jun 2016 Office 365 Sites Support Session - PRIMARY
      28 Jun 2016 Office 365 Learning & Collaboration in the classroom - PRIMARY
      24 Jun 2016 Getting started with Office 365 SharePoint Site templates
      20 Jun 2016 Using robots to imagine, discover and create
      10 Jun 2016 LiveTiles for the classroom
      06 Jun 2016 Integrating the ICT capability into teaching and learning [REPEAT SESSIONS]
      24 May 2016 Office 365 Sites Support Session - PRIMARY
      20 May 2016 LiveTiles for the classroom
      16 May 2016 Getting started with Office 365 SharePoint Site templates
      06 May 2016 Integrating the ICT capability into teaching and learning
      04 May 2016 Office 365 Learning & Collaboration in the classroom - PRIMARY
      03 May 2016 Office 365 for Learning & Collaboration in the Classroom - Secondary
      12 Apr 2016 Getting started with Office 365 SharePoint Site templates
      06 Apr 2016 Office 365 Learning & Collaboration in the Classroom
      31 Mar 2016 Teaching students to code
      29 Mar 2016 Scootle and Improve
      17 Mar 2016 LiveTiles for the classroom
      04 Mar 2016 Office 365 for Learning & Collaboration in the Classroom - Secondary
      29 Feb 2016 Collaborate, Create and Curate with O365
      30 Oct 2015 Reimagine Collaboration And Creation in Learning 30th October 2015
      29 Oct 2015 Reimagine Collaboration And Creation in Learning 29th October 2015
      19 Oct 2015 Office 365 for Learning and Collaboration
      17 Sep 2015 Taste of technology: Creating & Communicating with ICT
      16 Sep 2015 Taste of technology
      16 Sep 2015 Taste of technology: Digital Technologies
      16 Sep 2015 Taste of technology
      14 Sep 2015 Office 365 for Learning and Collaboration
      11 Sep 2015 Office 365 for Learning and Collaboration
      10 Sep 2015 Office 365 for Learning and Collaboration
      07 Sep 2015 Office 365 for Learning and Collaboration
      19 Aug 2015 Simon Breakspear: Redesigning teaching and learning for innovation
      10 Aug 2015 ICT PEER COACHING NETWORK
      16 Jun 2015 Mastering multimodal text workshop with Adobe Solutions - [12.30 - 3.30]
      16 Jun 2015 Mastering multimodal text workshop with Adobe Solutions - [9.00 - 12.00]
      27 May 2015 Making Connections with digital technologies - 27th May
      08 May 2015 SCRATCH DAY 8th May 2015
      07 May 2015 INTEGRATING THE ICT CAPABILITY INTO TEACHING & LEARNING - 3 HALF DAYS
      23 Mar 2015 ICT PEER COACHING COURSE - 3 FULL DAYS
      18 Mar 2015 Scootle Community - 18th March
      17 Mar 2015 Scootle and Improve - 17th March
      06 Mar 2015 AUSTRALIAN CURRICULUM: TECHNOLOGIES
      05 Mar 2015 Australian Curriculum and Scootle - 5th March
      05 Mar 2015 iScholaris - demonstration of enterprise model
      02 Mar 2015 iScholaris - demonstration of enterprise model
      02 Mar 2015 LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES AND ICT PEER COACHING - 3 HALF DAYS
      26 Feb 2015 iScholaris Hosted Learning Management System Expression of Interest
      26 Feb 2015 iScholaris - demonstration of enterprise model
      25 Feb 2015 Scootle for School Managers and Curriculum Coordinators - 25th February
      25 Feb 2015 iScholaris - demonstration of enterprise model
      23 Feb 2015 DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR PRIMARY TEACHERS
      17 Feb 2015 VISUAL PROGRAMMING WITH SCRATCH 2.0
      27 Nov 2014 Hour of Code
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