Presented by Mark Stephens of Corpus Christi College with Brett Clarke of ICT Services at the Catholic Education Office of WA

Mark StephensWith the new Australian Curriculum embedding computational thinking into the curriculum from Foundation to Year 10, this is a great opportunity to see how you can facilitate this kind of learning through the block-programming environment called Scratch.

A unique philosophy of learning coding, originating over 20 years ago with the LOGO environment and now translated for the contemporary classroom using Scratch.

This hands-on workshop/master class will provide ideas you can take straight into the classroom.


Brett ClarkePlease ensure that the software is downloaded and set up before you come to the Conference venue.

Intended Audience: All those concerned with the  Australian Curriculum – Digital Technologies,   Primary, Middle School, Secondary, Upper Secondary,

About the Presenters:


Brett Clarke and Mark Stephens have been teaching with and about learning technologies for the past 25 years or so.

As past members of the ECAWA executive, ECAWA Educator of the Year (Mark) and Apple Distinguished Educator (Brett) these educators have a broad experience of teaching with and through educational technologies.


Join Mark Stephens and Brett Clarke at the ECAWA 2016 State Conference at ECU Mount Lawley.