Assess your staff, students and community's technology readiness with a Google Form survey.
Consider a collaborative technology reflection and planning journey with your staff using the 'Where to Next?' resource.
Jump in to LinkedIn Learning and create a collection of videos to build your teams skills in key areas in need of development. (Click on 'Finding content' and ' Create a Collection'). Then share it with them.
Curate some of the DoE specific technology learning resources available on the 'Learning on demand' site. With courses that start with basics like accessing the portal and using email, through to teams and classroom it is a one stop shop. Many of these courses have NESA accreditation.
Do you want to engage Digital Tools for Teaching and Learning in your classroom?
Are you keen to use Digital Tools for admin and productivity?
Two of the key tools to assist with administration and productivity both inside and outside the classroom are Google Classroom and Microsoft Teams. Begin by learning more about them and how they could streamline your practice.
Key to productivity is the ability to collaborate. Explore how these tools could assist you and your school's admin and productivity:
Download the Staff Portal App to assist with streamlining your access to DoE services and completing routine tasks. It will also keep you up to date with all the latest information from the Department. (Note - Currently only available to Principals)