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Short & Sweet Saturday Morning Workshops - March 2019

Saturday, 2 March 2019 from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Contemporary Learning Hub, Meridan Plains, Australia


These workshop programs are now not being held in March.  We will endeavour to offer them at a later stage depending on presenter availability.


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Short Saturday Morning Workshop Programs

Participants  select one of  the following workshops to attend on the day.


OneNote Class Notebooks are the perfect tool to use to create powerful online collaborative spaces for students. Come along to this workshop to begin creating your own Class Notebook to use with your class. Your Class Notebook will have a personal workspace for every student, a content library where you can place materials and resources for your students and a collaboration space where your students can brainstorm and collaborate on tasks and projects. You’ll learn how you can use your Class Notebook for homework and assessment tasks, to give students powerful feedback and easily manage differentiated learning activities.


Micro:Bits are tiny programmable computers that are simply magnificent to use with students in Years 4 -12 to introduce and explore coding concepts. Come along to this workshop and you’ll be given your very own Micro:Bit to keep. You’ll explore the components of the Micro:Bit and will learn how to program it using block-based coding and Python with free online applications accessible on your computer and iPads.Participants will explore a resource bank of highly engaging activities that they can use to easily start using Micro:Bits with students in their own context.


Research indicates that strong spatial thinking, a skill necessary for creating three dimensional objects, is directly linked to success in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. In this workshop, you’ll explore the different tools that you can use to create 3D objects and models with your students. Participants will develop their own 3D models and will explore how they can bring their models to life using 3D printing and virtual and augmented reality. This workshop will be facilitated by Wade Thompson from Talara Primary College.




Cancellation Policy

Schools / work locations are able to send another staff member in the place of a registered participant. Please advise us if there is a change. Cancellations for this event will incur a 50% cancellation fee if within two weeks of the workshop. A 75% cancellation fee is applicable if the cancellation is within 48 hours of the event. Cancellations need to be made via our Coordinator Kristine on 0422 042 309.


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