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Building digital intelligence in the middle years with Digital Licence+

Building digital intelligence in the middle years with Digital Licence+

A ground-breaking educational program for Australian students to build digital skills and competencies has been launched by national children’s not-for-profit, The Alannah & Madeline Foundation, in partnership with international digital intelligence think tank, The DQ Institute, and supported by global technology leader, Accenture Australia. Read more

Embracing electronic music, MCing and DJing as part of school music lessons. 

The Rise of the DJ in the School Classroom

Most of those who partake in DJ culture get their first taste for music in childhood. Yet modern music lessons tend to ignore the subject of DJing all together in favour of more traditional applications of music theory. Embracing electronic music, MCing and DJing as part of school music lessons can inspire learning. Read more

Tes Timetabling

Timetabling for whole school wellbeing

Tes Timetable, powered by Edval, has highlighted the importance of timetabling for whole-school wellbeing and its power to either help or hinder teaching and learning. Read more

Hybrid classroom – the future way of teaching

Prior to the pandemic, most schools in Australia had digital whiteboards or interactive projectors installed already. However, ViewSonic believes that the level of participation and engagement was dependent on students going to the board and writing on it like it is no different from old-school whiteboards. Read more

BYOD programs for smarter schools

Students and educators are increasingly reliant on technology to stay connected and learning, especially when today’s classroom is often off campus. Read more

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