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Information about NSW Department of Education Technology 4 Learning supporting NSW public schools.
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Connect with the T4L team, based out of the ITD office in Eveleigh NSW.
Join the T4L team for a live digital incursion that will develop students' game development skills using both PowerPoint and MakeCode!
Students and teachers will work together to share ideas and design activities. They will link to content they are learning in the classroom and present this through the development of a simple game.
The webinar will focus on building simple and engaging games that students can start within the session and then continue later and share with their classmates.
A central theme of this webinar will be fostering student computational thinking skills as a key outcome of the Digital Technologies syllabus.
Whether your students are beginners or pros, there will be something in this event to engage and inspire them!
Please note this meeting will not be recorded, but please have Permission to Publish approvals for students to be seen and participate in a live Zoom meeting.
Simply click below to register with your Department of Education email address and you will be sent an email confirmation with your link to join on the day.
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