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Information about NSW Department of Education Technology 4 Learning supporting NSW public schools.
Read the latest magazine.T4L issue to find out more about how to incorporate educational technology in your classroom.
Take a webinar to get empowered with tech and develop digital classroom skills. Ask the experts anything about Apple, Microsoft, Google, STEM and creative topics.
How is technology changing education? Read the latest innovation news and how to incorporate educational technology in your classroom.
Find all the latest resources available to support teachers with Professional Learning and teaching and learning.
Do you have a great story of how you are using technology to drive learning and engagement in your school? Become a T4L All-Star in 2020.
Connect with the T4L team, based out of the ITD office in Eveleigh NSW.
Join stem.T4L leaders to get started with the stem.T4L handheld Virtual Reality kit. Explore opportunities for creativity and get an insight into how the technology works.
These exciting new tools herald a new teaching and learning era. Discover how to start creating VR stories and explorations with CoSpaces and Situ.
The session is open to teachers who have booked the handheld VR kit, and anyone who is considering booking the kit is welcome as well.
The session will unveil the:
The session will also connect you to a community and help you to experience and embed STEM technologies into your teaching and learning practice.
You may choose to enter this in eTAMs and align it as Elective Professional Development to:
6.2.2 - Participate in learning to update knowledge and practice, targeted to professional needs and school and/or system priorities.
Simply click below to register with your Department of Education email address and you will receive an email confirmation with your link to join on the day.
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