Join us for our upcoming webinar on making the most of Virtual Reality across the school. Gleeson College in Adelaide were one of the first schools to borrow a CSER Lending Library Oculus VR Kit and they made the most of the opportunity using the VR equipment in creative and diverse ways across the curriculum and year levels.
Throughout the year our project team have worked on a series of live webinars and pre-recorded videos to share ideas and concepts for the classroom on a wide range of topics including cyber security, augmented reality, leadership, data, Aboriginal story telling with AR, hour of code, merge cubes, metaverse and much more!
What is a merge cube? Have you thought about using them in the classroom?
The CSER Team have been busy developing a series of webinars and online workshops covering a range of issues for implementing digital technologies into the classroom, looking at specific resources, considering the important role of leadership and more.
Feeling a bit overwhelmed with the pace of change at the moment? You are not alone, together we will work through it! Toni Falusi, our Canberra based Project Officer shared this insight into recent changes for our work and how we can support you.
Recently CSER Project Officers, Lauren Stanhope and Laura Ferguson, had the opportunity to work with teachers on Thursday Island, following Lauren's visit last year to work with Teacher Aides.
In April 2018, we reported on a group of Victorian Catholic schools forming a Maths Collective. Almost a year on, we hear from Daniela Lazzarro, St Mark’s Fawkner, about the impact our project has had on their Collective.
In 2015, five Melbourne schools formed a collective with the vision to “enable maths pedagogy that is engaging and authentic”. Their “quest is to create confident and competent maths learners by challenging, inspiring and working collaboratively.”