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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.
Find all the latest resources available to support teachers with Professional Learning and teaching and learning.
Read the latest magazine.T4L issue to find out more about how to incorporate educational technology in your classroom.
T4L Kids magazine is a self-guided independent learning resource created by teachers for students. It can be used either in class or as a work from home resource. The magazine aims to provide students with purposeful challenges that engage them in creating content using technology.
news.T4L is a useful tool for school ICT Coordinators and staff interested in using technology for teaching, learning and school administration.
How is technology changing education? Read the latest innovation news and how to incorporate educational technology in your classroom.
11 Aug 2020
STEM skills are becoming increasingly crucial to success and innovation across a wide range of disciplines such as health, business, agriculture and the arts.
Equipping educators and students with the knowledge, resources and support to teach STEM has never been more important. Ideally, integrating STEM into the classroom should be simple for educators.
The team from Google have worked with the CSER group at Adelaide University to develop some professional development opportunities for teachers to build their skills in digital technologies and STEM:
Google has a selection of classroom resources to support STEM teaching:
Finally, don’t forget you can try Google Tour Creator the perfect way for students to build and share their very own 360 tours!
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