Digital Technologies in Literacy and Mathematics

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Need support with integrating the new Digital Technologies curriculum? Scienceworks and the University of Adelaide, Computer Science Education Research (CSER) Group have partnered to present both face-to-face and online learning opportunities for teachers.

Discover new Scienceworks student programs, exhibits and teacher professional learning opportunities. Find out about the range of programs available from CSER and join the community of teachers learning and teaching Digital Technologies.

Join Celia Coffa and Toni Falusi (CSER Project Officers) for the whole day or just the morning or afternoon. Celia and Toni will introduce the CSER online courses (MOOCs), explore the Digital Technologies Curriculum, work through some example activities and explain the other resources offered by CSER to support teachers to develop skills and knowledge in this area.

Activities will cover the concepts around which the Digital Technologies curriculum is based including data and algorithms. This will include no tech (unplugged) and tech (programming and robotics). Ideas will be explored that highlight the ability to include DT concepts across curriculum areas with a focus in 2019 on English and Mathematics learning areas. See registration link for more details.


Cost: Free
Suitable for: Years F–10 teachers
Dates: Repeat sessions

Wednesday 1 May 2019 - Register

Tuesday 23 July 2019 - Register

Thursday 29 August - Register

Time: 9.30am–4pm
Location: Scienceworks, 2 Booker Street, Spotswood, VIC 3015


  • Please ensure you have subscribed to MVTeachers prior to registering for this event.
  • Bring your own snacks and lunch. Food and drinks are also available for purchase from Scienceworks Café, open from 10am.
  • This session will include registering for the CSERMOOC (Online course) and other online activities, please bring along a laptop or iPad and have a Gmail/Google communities linked account.
  • There will be limited spaces for this event and a waitlist will be enabled.
  • This session is suitable for Primary and Secondary teachers.

Curriculum links

Levels F–8 - Digital Technologies

  • Creating Digital Solutions

Levels F–8 - Design and Technologies

  • Creating Designed Solutions

Levels F–8 - Critical and Creative Thinking


Presented in partnership with Computer Science Education Research group, University of Adelaide.