Digital literacies across the curriculum

Have you ever wanted to incorporate digital technologies into the Science and Humanities curriculum?

This full day professional learning workshop supports teachers to develop the knowledge and skills to incorporate creative digital technologies into their classroom teaching. From documentary filmmaking to digital art, this hands on workshop explores a range of tools and pedagogical approaches that can be used to incorporate digital technologies across the curriculum. Explore the wealth of opportunities available when combining 21st Century Learning literacies, qualities and competences with digital technologies to produce co-creative assessment.

This exciting new workshop takes place in Melbourne Museum’s Learning Lab, a new digital education space supporting co-creative experiences. It is run by Museums Victoria’s Digital, Science and Humanities education specialists and is suitable for upper primary and lower secondary teachers.

A delicious lunch and morning tea is provided and discounted parking is available for participants. Be quick as this unique opportunity is strictly limited to 20 teachers.


There are currently no sessions scheduled however new dates will be available in the future.

This workshop is available on demand for schools that have 20 teachers available for the workshop. Please email [email protected] outlining your request.

Curriculum links

  • The Humanities
  • Critical and Creative Thinking
  • Science
  • Technologies

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