Upcoming Digital Tech Events

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Continuing our Digital Technologies webinar series to celebrate the launch of our Decoding Digital Technologies [Primary] MOOC and Digital Technologies + X MOOC, we are excited to invite you to the following online events.      This webinar series is made possible with the support of Google Australia. 


Artificial Intelligence Resources for Schools with CSER and The Digital Technologies Hub

Wednesday 22 May 2024 3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is increasingly used across all industries and our daily lives. More recently we have heard about Generative AI and the opportunities that these technologies unlock, as well as considerations that need to be made for schools.  

CSER and the Digital Technologies Hub have been working in this space now for a number of years and have partnered in this 30 minute webinar to share with you some of their favourite AI learning and teaching resources and to announce some new resources available for educators in primary and secondary schools. 

Join us to learn about the freely available resources for schools that connect AI with v9.0 of the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies and other subject areas. Those who are completely new to AI and who have been teaching AI in the classroom will walk away with practical resources to further upskill in AI and to use in classroom lessons. 

Register for this free event here.

Let's talk Tech + X: connecting careers to the classroom

Monday 17 June 2024 4:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Join us for this short 30-minute webinar, a collaboration between CSER and careers content experts Refraction Media (Careers with STEM), to dive into the world of careers with tech and how you can fit careers education into your existing classroom activities. 

Hear about the latest landscape of careers with tech and how people are using it across amazing areas from those who know it best - the Careers with STEM team. 

Learn about how to build a positive careers mindset in your students from an early age and how to easily incorporate interesting careers content into literacy and Digital Technologies classroom activities. With Australia set to deliver 1.2 million critical tech workers by 2030 and technology impacting all jobs today, careers with tech have never been so important. 

Participants will receive a copy of our digital Junior Job Kit developed with Refraction Media. This job kit includes inspiring case studies and profiles of tech careers and practical activities you can use in the classroom. 

Register for this free event here. 

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