Regional Queensland, we’re coming!
The Digital Economy & Productivity team, within the Department of Science, Information Technology & Innovation, brings you the Digital Skills for all Queenslanders Regional Roadshow.
Through our Digital Skills for all Queenslanders roadshow, people in regional towns can interact with exciting digital technologies and consider the benefits and opportunities that the digital age brings and what it could mean in their lives.
My ideal computer room layout
I have seen a lot of different types of computer room layouts in my time. Some have been more functional than others. If you are designing your computer room from scratch, here are my tips on how to make it an optimal learning environment for your students.
Build Your Own Computer Game
Scratch is a great platform to learn to code because it is a drag and drop environment. You get to explore and discover computer programming concepts with minimal syntax and typing.
Learn how to build the game Forest of Danger using Scratch.
Bring coding into the classroom using Scratch (Part 3 of 4)
This is Part 3 in a 4 part series: Designing an 8-week course
Digital Technologies Curriculum PD with the Queensland College of Teachers
Anna Kinnane, one of the ACARA writers of the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies, and Emily de la Pena, Founder of Coding Kids, will be delivering a web conference on Friday 20 January 2017 at 11am-12pm.
Will your job be replaced by AI?
AI or artificial intelligence is being developed to replace or assist jobs that are currently being done by humans. Here are a few of the AI systems that are starting to replace human jobs.
Looking for Digital Technologies, coding and robotics PD for your school teachers?
Want to know more about coding and robotics projects for both extra-curricular programmes and to integrate the new Digital Technologies subject with existing subjects such as English, HASS or Science? Find out more here.