Speaker: Associate Professor Paul Newhouse CSaLT ECU
Date: Tuesday 14 August 2012
Place: Edith Cowan University, Mount Lawley Campus, Building 16 Room 16.105
Time: 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Cost: Gold Coin Donation – Afternoon tea
Please RSVP for catering purposes at http://bit.ly/ECAWAa212
Take this unique opportunity to receive the latest news on the development of the Australian Curriculum for Technologies.
The Australian Curriculum is aiming to be suitable for the needs of our 21st Century society and as such has explicitly defined a number of key roles to digital technologies. This should provide opportunities for schools and teachers to build on past reforms in the near future.
As a writer and advisor to ACARA for the Technologies, shaping paper, ICT competence capability, and the use of ICT across the Phase One curriculum areas, Paul Newhouse will share his understanding of the place of digital technologies in the Australian Curriculum and the connection between these different roles.
This is an excellent opportunity to learn more of the development of the Australian Curriculum –Technologies (Digital Technologies).