Curriculum Links

Curriculum Links

Reflecting after being a Finalist in QCT TeachX ….

I was so humbled and honoured to have been a finalist for ‘Outstanding Contribution to Teaching’ in this year’s TeachX Award after being nominated...

Trendy TechMate!

TechMate evenings have been so popular that a second one was offered in Term 3. TechMate evenings are for girls from grades 4 - 6...

Conferences

Over the last month I have had the huge honour of speaking at three conferences. The first was Innovation in Education Festival in Brisbane....

STEM Punk Innovation Sports Competition

Innovation Sports is an Australian first competition that brings together Design Thinking, Creativity and Technology in a sporting environment with Minecraft as the building...

STEM ED Magazine

STEM ED Magazine started in January 2021 and is rapidly growing both digitally and in-print supporting educators worldwide. It is filled with stories from everyday...

UN Sustainable Development Goals & the Micro:Bit

Engaging students with the United Nation’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals using the Micro:Bit was successful and fun when games were created. Each student selected...

Ideas for Exploring Machine Learning in the Primary Years.

Artificial Intelligence, and its subset Machine Learning, is very much part of our lives and will be even more so in the lives of...

Inspiring Young Students to Create with Technology.

This post is in preparation for a session I’m running at this year’s National Education Summit in Brisbane, 15 & 16 May. It is...

AI & Machine Learning in the Classroom

So, what is AI and Machine Learning? CSER (Adelaide University) have created another MOOC (Mass Open Online Course) and this time for ‘Teaching AI in...

Integrating Technology Across the Curriculum

Students use technology. Teachers use technology. Technology in the classroom has had such a positive impact on education. As humans we invented and developed...