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  • 4 Apr 2016 9:06 PM | Anonymous

    Tomorrow Sport is an interactive Web 2.0 based online competition where small teams of students complete weekly challenges to gain a position on the Leaderboard (much like the AFL Ladder).

    With a new look and feel, it’s heading this way in Term 2 and 3 in 2016.

    Want to play? It’s free! The challenges are best suited to Years 5 and 6 and we’re heading towards challenges for Years 7 and 8 in 2017.

    How do you Play?

    • A teacher registers their class in teams (make sure there are no more than 5 students per team)
    • Registrations will be checked, approved and a return notification will be sent
    • Teams are logged in by the teacher
    • The teacher elects a Captain of each team and provides them with login details. Captains will be responsible for downloading challenges and submitting responses
    • Each team of students will create their own team name, designing team colours and will be given weekly challenges on the website, all with football related themes
    • Each week for 6 weeks of Term 2 and Term 3, there will be a challenge shown on the website
    • Teams complete activities that contribute to points
    • Teams will compete for the highest placing on a score ladder – the Leaderboard
    • Challenges submitted will be given a score out of 5 from their homeroom teacher and from a judging panel from DLTV and the AFL

    Start implementing the Digital Technologies curriculum with Tomorrow Sport. Term 2 challenges starting April 11.

  • 2 Mar 2016 10:13 PM | Anonymous

    DigiCon, the annual DLTV conference has been launched again and this year we are proud to share the new conference website.

    The website has all your needs for the conference including the full schedule, presenter bios and presentation abstracts.

    The Expressions of Interests for presentations is now open.

  • 2 Dec 2015 10:17 PM | Anonymous

    Melbourne Architect, Andrew Maynard was interviewed by ABC Radio National about the importance of play.

    What role do games such as Lego and Minecraft play in developing creativity in both children and adults? Blueprint for Living examines the research and speaks to one architect who believes play and being playful make for more creative thinking.

    Read more about the article here.

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