[LINK] Free Digital Technologies Course for Teachers
jwhit at internode.on.net
Tue Apr 21 09:57:57 AEST 2015
I just did a presentation on the topic: Learning Stuff Online, to our local computer club. When I dug in, it was incredible how quickly this has grown. Because my audience was older and not content specific, the talk was general as well.
I've put my slides (in PDF) up on my blog for anyone who is interested.
At 09:30 AM 21/04/2015, Tom Worthington you wrote:
>Brenda Aynsley OAM FACS, President of the Australian Computer Society,
>pointed out in The Australian last week that free on-line courses are
>now available for teachers, to help them with the new Digital
>Technologies component of the Australia curriculum:
>The courses are run by the Computer Science Education Research Group
>(CSER) at the University of Adelaide. The next course starts 1 May 2015:
>One of the most useful aspects I have found of such courses is to remind
>me how hard it is to be a student. Also it is useful for teachers to
>familiarize themselves with how on-line courses are run, as this will be
>the way they will teach their students in the future.
>Tom Worthington FACS CP, TomW Communications Pty Ltd. t: 0419496150
>The Higher Education Whisperer http://blog.highereducationwhisperer.com/
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>Adjunct Senior Lecturer, Research School of Computer Science,
>Australian National University http://cs.anu.edu.au/courses/COMP7310/
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