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Australian College 
of Educators 
(ACE)
 Australian Council for 
Computers in Education 
(ACCE)
 Queensland Society for
Information Technology in Education (QSITE)
 
International Society 
for Technology in 
Education (ISTE)

 
 

 

Society for Information 
Technology in Teacher 
Education (SITE)

Association for the 
Advancement of 
Computers in Education 
(AACE)
 
Australian Society for 
Computers in Learning 
in Tertiary Education 
(ASCILITE)
 
Computer Science 
Teachers Association 
(CSTA)



 
American Educational 
Research Association 
(AERA)
 
Australian Association for 
Research in Education 
(AARE)

Australian Council for 
Educational Research 
(ACER)
 
Australian Teacher 
Education Association 
(ATEA)

 




 

Apple Distinguished 
Educators 
(ADE)
 
Google Certified 
Teachers 
(GCT)
 
HP Innovations 
In Education 
(IIE)
 
 













Approaches to teaching the Digital Technologies Curriculum

posted 18 Aug 2017, 21:02 by Jason Zagami   [ updated 18 Aug 2017, 21:03 ]


Approaches to teaching the Digital Technologies Curriculum

posted 17 Aug 2017, 19:22 by Jason Zagami
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Saturday, 19 August 2017

Approaches to teaching the Digital Technologies Curriculum












Zagami, J. (2017, August). Approaches to teaching the Digital Technologies Curriculum. Leading a Digital School Conference, Gold Coast, Australia. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/14dMaVXbz-7fJJMbQjIDmNlI2wyrWzUICljjOSSuUtlw/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=3000


Approaches to supporting the implementation of the Digital Technologies Curriculum in schools

posted 17 Aug 2017, 02:22 by Jason Zagami

Thursday, 17 August 2017

Approaches to supporting the implementation of the Digital Technologies Curriculum in schools












Zagami, J. (2017, August). Approaches to supporting the implementation of the Digital Technologies Curriculum in schools. Leading a Digital School Conference, Gold Coast, Australia.  https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1rEGLC9xA7Sbs_hYhw6Tz5nmyOrWhnviwflsL7Z1uDG8/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=3000




Digital Technologies Implementation Workshop 5

posted 17 Aug 2017, 02:16 by Jason Zagami

 http://jzagami.info/wordpress/course/gold-coast-digital-technologies-workshops/
Saturday, 12 August 2017

Digital Technologies Implementation Workshop 5













Zagami, J. (2017, August). Digital Technologies Implementation Workshop 5, Gold Coast, Australia. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/12ZCCSSVuK1yiaQUhHh2f06TkZMnj5oBNlRZYxS-NF-Y/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=3000


15 hour F-10 Professional Development program for 120 teachers to plan for and teach the Digital Technologies curriculum in 2018, conducted in five three-hour weekend sessions, with an online course providing a supporting community of practice, resource sharing and activity extension between sessions. The aim of the program is to meet the immediate focus of teacher interest in preparing Digital Technology courses for 2018, and explore what is possible through the Digital Technologies curriculum while extending available pedagogical approaches to include student directed project based learning (PBL). 


Numbers are capped at 120 participants and registration is on a first-come basis. If you have registered and are no longer able to attend, please contact Dr Zagami ASAP.


Learning objectives

  • Capacity to develop Scope and Sequence structures of learning activities to meet curriculum goals of a specific Australian Curriculum band for the Digital Technologies Subject;
  • Capacity to implement Project Based Learning approaches to teaching the Digital Technologies Subject which meets curriculum goals of a specific Australian Curriculum band;
  • Ability to teach a range of Thinking Skills through Digital Technologies (Moonshot Thinking, Entrepreneurial Thinking, Managerial Thinking, Critical Thinking, Creative Thinking, Futures Thinking, Systems Thinking, Computational Thinking, Design Thinking);
  • Knowledge of a range of Coding Activities and Solutions (Languages, Apps, Websites, Games, Artificial Intelligence);
  • Knowledge of a range of Robotic Activities and Solutions (Inputs, Automation, Robotic Arms, Mobile Robotics, Drones); and
  • Knowledge of a range of Information Solutions (Data Logging, Data Representation, Geospatial Data, Data Security, Wearables),
Learning format and agenda


Five 3 hr F2F (1hr lecture/2 hr practical):

  • 15 Jul Workshop 1: Developing Scope and Sequence structures of learning activities to meet curriculum goals and Project Based Learning approaches to teaching the Digital Technologies Subject;
  • 22 Jul Workshop 2: Teaching Thinking Skills through Digital Technologies (Moonshot Thinking, Entrepreneurial Thinking, Managerial Thinking, Critical Thinking, Creative Thinking, Futures Thinking, Systems Thinking, Computational Thinking, Design Thinking);
  • 29 Jul7 Workshop 3: Coding Activities and Solutions (Languages, Apps, Websites, Games, Artificial Intelligence);
  • 5 Aug Workshop 4: Robotic Activities and Solutions (Inputs, Automation, Robot Arms, Mobile Robots, Drones); and
  • 12 Aug Workshop 5: Information Solutions (Data Logging, Data Representation, Geospatial Data, Data Security, Wearables)


http://jzagami.info/wordpress/course/gold-coast-digital-technologies-workshops/




Digital Technologies Implementation Workshop 4

posted 17 Aug 2017, 02:13 by Jason Zagami

Saturday, 5 August 2017

Digital Technologies Implementation Workshop 4













Zagami, J. (2017, August). Digital Technologies Implementation Workshop 4, Gold Coast, Australia.  https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1uH0WfVyWVFUiTmgO9QlPJ67QHvl-ZgZr0gsi7boAu9g/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=3000


15 hour F-10 Professional Development program for 120 teachers to plan for and teach the Digital Technologies curriculum in 2018, conducted in five three-hour weekend sessions, with an online course providing a supporting community of practice, resource sharing and activity extension between sessions. The aim of the program is to meet the immediate focus of teacher interest in preparing Digital Technology courses for 2018, and explore what is possible through the Digital Technologies curriculum while extending available pedagogical approaches to include student directed project based learning (PBL). 


Numbers are capped at 120 participants and registration is on a first-come basis. If you have registered and are no longer able to attend, please contact Dr Zagami ASAP.


Learning objectives

  • Capacity to develop Scope and Sequence structures of learning activities to meet curriculum goals of a specific Australian Curriculum band for the Digital Technologies Subject;
  • Capacity to implement Project Based Learning approaches to teaching the Digital Technologies Subject which meets curriculum goals of a specific Australian Curriculum band;
  • Ability to teach a range of Thinking Skills through Digital Technologies (Moonshot Thinking, Entrepreneurial Thinking, Managerial Thinking, Critical Thinking, Creative Thinking, Futures Thinking, Systems Thinking, Computational Thinking, Design Thinking);
  • Knowledge of a range of Coding Activities and Solutions (Languages, Apps, Websites, Games, Artificial Intelligence);
  • Knowledge of a range of Robotic Activities and Solutions (Inputs, Automation, Robotic Arms, Mobile Robotics, Drones); and
  • Knowledge of a range of Information Solutions (Data Logging, Data Representation, Geospatial Data, Data Security, Wearables),
Learning format and agenda


Five 3 hr F2F (1hr lecture/2 hr practical):

  • 15 Jul Workshop 1: Developing Scope and Sequence structures of learning activities to meet curriculum goals and Project Based Learning approaches to teaching the Digital Technologies Subject;
  • 22 Jul Workshop 2: Teaching Thinking Skills through Digital Technologies (Moonshot Thinking, Entrepreneurial Thinking, Managerial Thinking, Critical Thinking, Creative Thinking, Futures Thinking, Systems Thinking, Computational Thinking, Design Thinking);
  • 29 Jul7 Workshop 3: Coding Activities and Solutions (Languages, Apps, Websites, Games, Artificial Intelligence);
  • 5 Aug Workshop 4: Robotic Activities and Solutions (Inputs, Automation, Robot Arms, Mobile Robots, Drones); and
  • 12 Aug Workshop 5: Information Solutions (Data Logging, Data Representation, Geospatial Data, Data Security, Wearables)


http://jzagami.info/wordpress/course/gold-coast-digital-technologies-workshops/


Digital Technologies Implementation Workshop 3

posted 17 Aug 2017, 02:09 by Jason Zagami   [ updated 17 Aug 2017, 02:10 ]

 http://jzagami.info/wordpress/course/gold-coast-digital-technologies-workshops/
Saturday, 29 July 2017

Digital Technologies Implementation Workshop 3












Zagami, J. (2017, July). Digital Technologies Implementation Workshop 3, Gold Coast, Australia. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1h0Hg2QUQ474T4ZNyez4FHAFsaqdIu7ueD6wV6N4prm0/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=3000


15 hour F-10 Professional Development program for 120 teachers to plan for and teach the Digital Technologies curriculum in 2018, conducted in five three-hour weekend sessions, with an online course providing a supporting community of practice, resource sharing and activity extension between sessions. The aim of the program is to meet the immediate focus of teacher interest in preparing Digital Technology courses for 2018, and explore what is possible through the Digital Technologies curriculum while extending available pedagogical approaches to include student directed project based learning (PBL). 


Numbers are capped at 120 participants and registration is on a first-come basis. If you have registered and are no longer able to attend, please contact Dr Zagami ASAP.


Learning objectives

  • Capacity to develop Scope and Sequence structures of learning activities to meet curriculum goals of a specific Australian Curriculum band for the Digital Technologies Subject;
  • Capacity to implement Project Based Learning approaches to teaching the Digital Technologies Subject which meets curriculum goals of a specific Australian Curriculum band;
  • Ability to teach a range of Thinking Skills through Digital Technologies (Moonshot Thinking, Entrepreneurial Thinking, Managerial Thinking, Critical Thinking, Creative Thinking, Futures Thinking, Systems Thinking, Computational Thinking, Design Thinking);
  • Knowledge of a range of Coding Activities and Solutions (Languages, Apps, Websites, Games, Artificial Intelligence);
  • Knowledge of a range of Robotic Activities and Solutions (Inputs, Automation, Robotic Arms, Mobile Robotics, Drones); and
  • Knowledge of a range of Information Solutions (Data Logging, Data Representation, Geospatial Data, Data Security, Wearables),
Learning format and agenda


Five 3 hr F2F (1hr lecture/2 hr practical):

  • 15 Jul Workshop 1: Developing Scope and Sequence structures of learning activities to meet curriculum goals and Project Based Learning approaches to teaching the Digital Technologies Subject;
  • 22 Jul Workshop 2: Teaching Thinking Skills through Digital Technologies (Moonshot Thinking, Entrepreneurial Thinking, Managerial Thinking, Critical Thinking, Creative Thinking, Futures Thinking, Systems Thinking, Computational Thinking, Design Thinking);
  • 29 Jul7 Workshop 3: Coding Activities and Solutions (Languages, Apps, Websites, Games, Artificial Intelligence);
  • 5 Aug Workshop 4: Robotic Activities and Solutions (Inputs, Automation, Robot Arms, Mobile Robots, Drones); and
  • 12 Aug Workshop 5: Information Solutions (Data Logging, Data Representation, Geospatial Data, Data Security, Wearables)


http://jzagami.info/wordpress/course/gold-coast-digital-technologies-workshops/




Digital Technologies Implementation Workshop 2

posted 17 Aug 2017, 02:06 by Jason Zagami

http://jzagami.info/wordpress/course/gold-coast-digital-technologies-workshops/
Saturday, 22 July 2017

Digital Technologies Implementation Workshop 2

Zagami, J. (2017, July). Digital Technologies Implementation Workshop 2, Gold Coast, Australia. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/19P4Rai2zP0mfoBkFWt43_f1illLLiuQo8CsztAUyNfc/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=3000










15 hour F-10 Professional Development program for 120 teachers to plan for and teach the Digital Technologies curriculum in 2018, conducted in five three-hour weekend sessions, with an online course providing a supporting community of practice, resource sharing and activity extension between sessions. The aim of the program is to meet the immediate focus of teacher interest in preparing Digital Technology courses for 2018, and explore what is possible through the Digital Technologies curriculum while extending available pedagogical approaches to include student directed project based learning (PBL). 


Numbers are capped at 120 participants and registration is on a first-come basis. If you have registered and are no longer able to attend, please contact Dr Zagami ASAP.


Learning objectives

  • Capacity to develop Scope and Sequence structures of learning activities to meet curriculum goals of a specific Australian Curriculum band for the Digital Technologies Subject;
  • Capacity to implement Project Based Learning approaches to teaching the Digital Technologies Subject which meets curriculum goals of a specific Australian Curriculum band;
  • Ability to teach a range of Thinking Skills through Digital Technologies (Moonshot Thinking, Entrepreneurial Thinking, Managerial Thinking, Critical Thinking, Creative Thinking, Futures Thinking, Systems Thinking, Computational Thinking, Design Thinking);
  • Knowledge of a range of Coding Activities and Solutions (Languages, Apps, Websites, Games, Artificial Intelligence);
  • Knowledge of a range of Robotic Activities and Solutions (Inputs, Automation, Robotic Arms, Mobile Robotics, Drones); and
  • Knowledge of a range of Information Solutions (Data Logging, Data Representation, Geospatial Data, Data Security, Wearables),
Learning format and agenda


Five 3 hr F2F (1hr lecture/2 hr practical):

  • 15 Jul Workshop 1: Developing Scope and Sequence structures of learning activities to meet curriculum goals and Project Based Learning approaches to teaching the Digital Technologies Subject;
  • 22 Jul Workshop 2: Teaching Thinking Skills through Digital Technologies (Moonshot Thinking, Entrepreneurial Thinking, Managerial Thinking, Critical Thinking, Creative Thinking, Futures Thinking, Systems Thinking, Computational Thinking, Design Thinking);
  • 29 Jul7 Workshop 3: Coding Activities and Solutions (Languages, Apps, Websites, Games, Artificial Intelligence);
  • 5 Aug Workshop 4: Robotic Activities and Solutions (Inputs, Automation, Robot Arms, Mobile Robots, Drones); and
  • 12 Aug Workshop 5: Information Solutions (Data Logging, Data Representation, Geospatial Data, Data Security, Wearables)


http://jzagami.info/wordpress/course/gold-coast-digital-technologies-workshops/




Digital Technologies Implementation Workshop 1

posted 17 Aug 2017, 02:02 by Jason Zagami   [ updated 17 Aug 2017, 02:03 ]

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Saturday, 15 July 2017

Digital Technologies Implementation Workshop 1

Zagami, J. (2017, July). Digital Technologies Implementation Workshop 1 (Start), Gold Coast, Australia. Retrieved from https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1KC0TWxBAE9njotkGI-fKxJLqqdy14D1RZO1iyJmMhIo/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=3000


Zagami, J. (2017, July). Digital Technologies Implementation Workshop 1 (Finish), Gold Coast, Australia. Retrieved from https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1KJnDCcnbgWkvfkOoOZAvkW8KczQZ2hiyilh-yKmZ4jA/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=3000






15 hour F-10 Professional Development program for 120 teachers to plan for and teach the Digital Technologies curriculum in 2018, conducted in five three-hour weekend sessions, with an online course providing a supporting community of practice, resource sharing and activity extension between sessions. The aim of the program is to meet the immediate focus of teacher interest in preparing Digital Technology courses for 2018, and explore what is possible through the Digital Technologies curriculum while extending available pedagogical approaches to include student directed project based learning (PBL). 


Numbers are capped at 120 participants and registration is on a first-come basis. If you have registered and are no longer able to attend, please contact Dr Zagami ASAP.


Learning objectives

  • Capacity to develop Scope and Sequence structures of learning activities to meet curriculum goals of a specific Australian Curriculum band for the Digital Technologies Subject;
  • Capacity to implement Project Based Learning approaches to teaching the Digital Technologies Subject which meets curriculum goals of a specific Australian Curriculum band;
  • Ability to teach a range of Thinking Skills through Digital Technologies (Moonshot Thinking, Entrepreneurial Thinking, Managerial Thinking, Critical Thinking, Creative Thinking, Futures Thinking, Systems Thinking, Computational Thinking, Design Thinking);
  • Knowledge of a range of Coding Activities and Solutions (Languages, Apps, Websites, Games, Artificial Intelligence);
  • Knowledge of a range of Robotic Activities and Solutions (Inputs, Automation, Robotic Arms, Mobile Robotics, Drones); and
  • Knowledge of a range of Information Solutions (Data Logging, Data Representation, Geospatial Data, Data Security, Wearables),
Learning format and agenda


Five 3 hr F2F (1hr lecture/2 hr practical):

  • 15 Jul Workshop 1: Developing Scope and Sequence structures of learning activities to meet curriculum goals and Project Based Learning approaches to teaching the Digital Technologies Subject;
  • 22 Jul Workshop 2: Teaching Thinking Skills through Digital Technologies (Moonshot Thinking, Entrepreneurial Thinking, Managerial Thinking, Critical Thinking, Creative Thinking, Futures Thinking, Systems Thinking, Computational Thinking, Design Thinking);
  • 29 Jul7 Workshop 3: Coding Activities and Solutions (Languages, Apps, Websites, Games, Artificial Intelligence);
  • 5 Aug Workshop 4: Robotic Activities and Solutions (Inputs, Automation, Robot Arms, Mobile Robots, Drones); and
  • 12 Aug Workshop 5: Information Solutions (Data Logging, Data Representation, Geospatial Data, Data Security, Wearables)


http://jzagami.info/wordpress/course/gold-coast-digital-technologies-workshops/



Digital Solutions Response

posted 8 Nov 2016, 01:24 by Jason Zagami   [ updated 8 Nov 2016, 01:24 ]

Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Digital Solutions Response

Zagami, J. (2016, October). Digital Solutions Response. Presentation at the accessIT - ACS Qld State Conference 2016, Brisbane, Australia. Retrieved from http://www.slideshare.net/j.zagami/digital-solutions-response



Zagami, J. (2016). Digital Solutions Response.
 [Presentation slides]. Retrieved from http://www.slideshare.net/j.zagami/digital-solutions-response 





2016 Futures Symposium

posted 12 Oct 2016, 05:16 by Jason Zagami

http://www.slideshare.net/j.zagami/2016-futures-symposium
Wednesday, 12 October 2016

2016 Futures Symposium

Zagami, J. (2016, October). 2016 Futures Symposium. Presentation at the Brisbane School of Distance Education, Brisbane, Australia. Retrieved from http://www.slideshare.net/j.zagami/2016-futures-symposium



Zagami, J. (2016). 
2016 Futures Symposium. [Presentation slides]. Retrieved from http://www.slideshare.net/j.zagami/2016-futures-symposium






ACCE2016 Leadership Forum Summary

posted 1 Oct 2016, 17:14 by Jason Zagami   [ updated 1 Oct 2016, 17:14 ]

Friday, 30 September 2016

ACCE2016 Leadership Forum Summary

Zagami, J. & Becker, S. (2016, September). ACCE Leadership Forum Summary. Presentation at the Australian Council for Computers in Education Conference, Brisbane, Australia. Retrieved from http://www.slideshare.net/j.zagami/acce2016-leadership-forum-summary



Zagami, J. & Becker, S. (2016). 
ACCE Leadership Forum Summary. [Presentation slides]. Retrieved from http://www.slideshare.net/j.zagami/acce2016-leadership-forum-summary


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