Presented by Steve Grant of Scitech Discovery Centre

Are emails and Word the limit of your computing skills?

Are you stumped on how to use technology effectively to enhance learning in your classroom?

Explore ways to confidently weave technology into your existing lessons with tips from Steve Grant and his ready to use resources.

This workshop gives an overview of the Digital Technologies Curriculum including the rationale, aims, structure and methods for implementing it in the classroom.

Workshop content:

•What is Digital Technology? What is it’s importance and purpose in the curriculum?
•Explore the SAMR model within your classroom.
•Plan your Digital Technology program using the SAMR model and identify online support programs for your teaching.

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

About the Presenter:

Steve Grant’s  passion for teaching science has taken him across the state. He’s worked at Scitech as an Outreach Presenter and now, as Professional Learning Consultant, works alongside teachers sharing with them best practice teaching in science and STEM.

Steve has a degree in law, chemistry and education, but he’s not done with learning just yet.

“I have a real curiosity about the universe, and I love igniting that same curiosity and fascination in students and teachers alike.”

Steve’s a “more-questions-than-answers” man, and if you believe it’s the journey, not the destination, you’ll enjoy his workshops that encourage playing with purpose, storytelling, and asking lots and lots of questions.

Follow Steve Grant on Twitter: @scitechsteve

Join Steve Grant at the ECAWA 2016 State Conference at ECU Mount Lawley.