February 11 was Safer Internet Day, a day for promoting awareness about online safety issues and promoting positive change. It is a reminder that these messages are relevant everyday given the ubiquitous nature of technology in our lives particularly as we are able to access it from such a young age.
One of our team mates, Karen Butler, has left CSER to work as Curriculum Manager R-6 Technologies for the South Australian Department for Education. We wanted to say a big thank you and congratulations to Karen for being a wonderful contributor to the CSER Team! Karen has been with CSER ever since we first launched the project team in mid 2016. Karen has worked with hundreds of teachers across South Australia sharing her love of all things Digital Technology related!
We received a lovely message from teachers at Our Lady of the Visitation School in Taperoo, SA, about the value of the CSER Lending Library for their students.
Thank you to all the teachers in the CSER Community for working with us throughout the year. We have loved engaging with you at workshops, in schools and online!
Tracy Sleeman, Technology Ambassador and Teacher at Golden Beach State School borrowed an Ozobot Kit from CSER this term and took her students on numerous adventures as they learned about computational thinking, coding and creating!
Simon Bliss, Teaching Principal, supporting Macleay Island State School, recently shared this snapshot of students using CSER spheros.
Keith Barnett from Epping North PS in New South Wales, borrowed a Sphero kit from the CSER Lending Library. In this post he shares the learning both he and his students gained from this experience!
Jenny Graham, a Primary Teacher from Victoria, has enthusiastically offered to share her experience of undertaking our new MOOC on "Teaching Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the Primary Classroom". We saw Jenny tweeting about AI and the MOOC on Twitter and we were curious to learn about her experience diving into this exciting area of Digital Technologies. Read Jenny's story...