[I’ve been] waiting for Godot*: Game Design beyond Unity and UE4

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Teaching IT in the ACT is changing significantly in 2020. Well see the new Digital Technologies subject coming to senior secondary schools and more high schools looking for ways to engage students with the Digital Technologies subject in the Australian Read More …

InTEACT/ACA Digital Technologies Workshop 28-29 October

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10 hours of TQI accredited hours available at the two day workshop including: Case studies showcasing existing practice, and school-wide scope & sequence, incorporating resources from the ACA and CSER Hands-on experiences with free, classroom-ready resources that target the Digital Read More …

NCSS Challenge 2018: All new format. Starts Mon 30 July.

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The University of Sydney’s National Computer Science School and Grok Learning have announced the 2018 NCSS Challenge, to be held for five weeks starting Monday 30th July. Unlike other programming competitions, the NCSS Challenge requires no prior programming experience – Read More …

Canberra Girls Programming Network – Sun Mar 18th

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The Canberra Girls’ Programming Network (GPN) is a community for female students to learn about programming and technology through hands on workshops. The girls are introduced to female role models across academia, government and industry. The next Canberra GPN workshop Read More …

Digital Technologies Workshop March 15-16

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TQI and NESA Accredited! Register now at https://aca-cbr-2018-03.eventbrite.com.au/  In May 2017, InTEACT partnered with the Australian Computing Academy to run a two day workshop for teachers to learn more about the Digital Technologies curriculum and find out about the many resources Read More …

Free Year 5 and 7 DigiTech Challenges released by the Australian Computing Academy

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InTEACT encourages all members to visit the Australian Computing Academy website to find our more about the challenges. Access is free to all teachers, and to all students in Years 5 and 7 in Australia. The University of Sydney is Read More …

Learn to code like a ninja – take up the NCSS Challenge!

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The NCSS Challenge is an online programming competition for school students aged 10-18. Run over five weeks from 31 July, students learn to code as they compete. Students solve fun problems with code on topics from medicine to movies, sport Read More …

Learn to Code Resources from Apple for iOS

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In schools where students are learning on iPads, Apple is supporting teachers in schools through their Everyone can Code program. They have recently released a suite of free resources designed to support students and teachers to engage with coding in Read More …