Friday the 24th of June at 2.45pm
Dr Jenny Lane
of Edith Cowan University
There has been so much hype and talk about coding in the curriculum that many teachers are confused.
In this session we will do a deep dive into the new WA Technologies Syllabus and explore what is appropriate for different year levels.
A range of teaching ideas and learning resources will be shared including activities suitable for teachers who are “newbies” in this area.
Intended Audience: All those concerned with the Australian Curriculum – Digital Technologies – Early Childhood, Primary, Middle School
About the Presenter:
Jenny Lane is Director of the Centre for Higher Education Teaching and Learning Research (CHELTR) at Edith Cowan University (ECU) in Perth Western Australia.
She has received awards for excellence in teaching and research by the Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, “For sustained contribution to promoting the use of learning technologies to enhance student learning through research and personal practice.”(OLT, 2012) and was selected as the early career researcher of the year by the West Australian Institute of Educational Research.
Jenny is an experienced teacher and enjoys integrating ICT in all curriculum areas.
She serves on national and international committees and editorial boards including ECAWA and IEARN – (International Educational and Resource Network http://www.iearn.org.au ). She is on the Board of Directors of an Independent Public School.
Jenny enjoys leading professional learning for teachers and school leaders through her work as an Adobe Educational Leader and an Apple Distinguished Educator.
In her spare time Jenny enjoys blogging. Her latest blog written with ECU preservice teachers highlights resources to teach the new technologies curriculum http://dtm4260.edublogs.org
Jenny’s blog on using mobile technologies in education, http://tips2012.edublogs.org , has had over 60 000 downloads from 145 countries.
Jenny is often found on twitter @edujen.com and pintrest.
Join Jenny Lane at the ECAWA 2016 State Conference at ECU Mount Lawley.