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Google Educator Conference 2022

Google Educator Conference 2022

The Google Educator Conference will take place on Thursday July 14th and Friday July 15th 2022 at UWA for WA primary / secondary teachers, educators and ICT/ILT coordinators and researchers.

The registration is FREE and open to public, however, please note there are limited spots in the conference/workshop (maximum of 40 people each day) so please register ASAP via the event website  http://WAGoogleEducatorConference.com/

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Presenters and Speakers at the ECAWA 2021 State Conference at Christ Church Grammar School on Saturday the 4th of December 2021

Thank You ECAWA 2021 State Conference Team!

Thank you to everyone who helped to make our ECAWA 2021 State Conference – #ECAWA2021 –  such a great day!

Special thanks are due to Christ Church Grammar School for allowing us to use their wonderful IT Centre facilities, and for the support of their staff members.

The Keynote Speaker, Dr Linda McIver,  got the day off to a interesting start for us, and the Presenters, in their various workshops and presentations, kept us informed and interested, and sent us off inspired to try new things.

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Getting started with the DOE STEM kits – integrating Digital Technologies across the curriculum.

In 2017 the WA DOE sent every primary school in the state a ‘STEM’ kit to introduce schools to digital technology devices. In this presentation Natalie will introduce you to theses devices and show you way to integrate them in to STEM learning and across other curriculum areas.

This presentation will be offered in Face to Face mode only. It will not be offered online.

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Rob Poulter

Micro:bit Robotics and Authentic Problems

The Micro:bit is a very affordable and accessible and hugely versatile microprocessor which can be used to for everything from basic coding to optimisation and networking.

This hands on workshop is about how you can use the Micro:bit together with the UN Global Goals for Sustainability to allow students to design and create robotics projects to solve authentic problems.

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