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Kristine Kopelke transforms professional development with Learning Hub

Like many teachers Kristine Kopelke wears a number of hats. One of them is a very big hat indeed. Beside teaching digital technologies at Queensland’s Meridan State College, Kopelke is the manager of the Contemporary Learning Hub based at the college. The Hub provides professional development (PD) through online and face to face workshops for educators across... Read more

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Virtual bombs and Immersive Reader transform learning intervention

  Teaching children with autism brings a unique set of challenges to the classroom – which is why Matt Harrison encourages them to first defuse a bomb. Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is a co-operative virtual reality computer game where the player wearing the VR headset is trapped in a (virtual) room with a bomb they must defuse. The other players have the... Read more

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Microsoft Education Webinar Series

Check out our webinars aimed at school educators and IT managers. The Inclusive Classroom Presented by: Troy Waller Register to watch on demand:  The Inclusive Classroom Webinar Microsoft's mission is to empower all people and all organisations to achieve more. The classroom is no different. Microsoft Windows and Windows-based applications like Office, together with... Read more

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Saint Stephen’s College applies coding to the curriculum, empowering students to achieve their full potential

Saint Stephen’s College is a co-ed Prep to Year 12 independent school on Queensland’s Gold Coast. With around 1,350 students, one of the core tenets of the school is to ensure students are empowered to achieve their full potential. Key to that, according to the director of eLearning, Matthew Jorgensen, is equipping students with the confidence to engage with, and... Read more

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Catholic Education WA (CEWA) fires up Teams and Office 365 for Virtual School Network, expands student opportunities

Since HG Wells first wrote The Time Machine, people have flirted with the possibilities that time travel might afford. In Western Australia, Meredith Roe is opening up the world of time travel to students across the State. But instead of having to clamber into a machine, fire it up and relocate instantly to the town or city where their teacher is located, students simply... Read more

Artificial Intelligence In The Classroom

This article first appeared in the Interface Magazine March 2018 edition and has been republished with the kind permission of the editors of Interface. You can see the rest of the great articles here. This is a guest post by Sam McNeill. It is an exercise in stating the obvious to say we are living in a rapidly changing world, where technology is both one of the... Read more