From the Desk of DLTV’s President
From the desk of DLTV President Ben Gallaher
As the year draws to a close, on behalf of all the DLTV staff and committee members I’d just like to take this opportunity to wish you and your families a happy and safe Christmas.
We have some exciting ideas for 2022 and hopefully school will be returning to a more normal setting.
Don’t forget to register at our website for DigiCon in February and take advantage of our early bird pricing before the 20th of December
We will be taking a short break, but the office will reopen on the 3rd of January 2022 of you need anything.
President of DLTV and ACCE
DLTV Case Studies - Implementing Digital Technologies
DLTV has been collecting a growing set of school snapshots over 2020-2021. Each case study explores a school's story so far implementing the Digital Technologies curriculum.
We are grateful for the time and effort made by teachers and DigiTech leaders at the participating schools. Every school is at a different point on this journey.
National Education Summit
DLTV are proud to announce that we are a Supporting Partner of the National Education Summit Melbourne 2022, 17 & 18 June at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.
DLTV members will receive a 10% discount off all fees. Early Bird rates currently apply should you want to plan your 2022 PD after the Christmas break. Enter the code DLTV22 at registration.
Hot on the heels of our Object-Oriented virtual workshop, DLTV is pleased to announce the release of a major resource that's been keeping us busy during 2021.
Our new virtual modules, Digital Technologies in your school, are designed to help you and your school get oriented for delivering Digital Technologies, with an emphasis on pedagogy and challenges for delivery.
The modules include informative and discussion videos, activities to complete, and opportunities for reflection. Those undertaking the modules can book to attend a live session to discuss the material with others.
We didn't want to reinvent the wheel by providing a basic introduction to Digital Technologies curriculum, though we do provide links to recommended starting points.
5 of the 10 planned modules are now available, with others to be released progressively.
This resource was made possible with support from the Victorian Department of Education and Training.