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We believe that all students should have access and opportunities to 21st Century learning in our ever-evolving digital world. At Sts Peter & Paul’s Bulimba, we have dedicated eLearning Teachers, an ICT Support Officer as well as our Teacher Librarian to help facilitate the Digital and Design Technologies curriculum, as well as a range of ICT devices within our school. Our teachers are also supported by Education Officers at Brisbane Catholic Education to embed ICT into their teaching and learning to improve educational outcomes.
The Australian Curriculum: Technologies describes two distinct but related subjects: Design and Technologies and Digital Technologies.
The band level descriptions in each of the Technologies subjects, Design and Technologies and Digital Technologies, describe the opportunities for students to engage with the overarching idea of the curriculum Creating preferred futures. It also outlines how students create innovative solutions to authentic needs and opportunities through systems thinking, design thinking and computational thinking.
Students at Sts Peter and Paul’s experience technology as an integral part of their curriculum. Digital and Design learnings are embedded into all aspects of the curriculum. It is important to acknowledge students as citizens in our global learning community and at Sts Peter and Paul’s, we do this by providing them with open-ended opportunities to be creative and show their learning, as digital citizens.
Across the school we have a range of devices which include:
Bank of MacBook’s / iPads in each class from Years P-3
1:1 iPads in Years 4, 5 and 6
A combination of LCD televisions and projectors across the school, with Prep devices having interactive capabilities.
Library technology devices and learning tools (Lego WeDo kits, coding robotics such as BeeBots and Pro-Bots, Green Screen, plus numerous other digital resources)
Years 4-6 iPad Program
It is our belief that students need to be up to date with the ever-changing world of technology that we live in and providing children with their own individual device is the best way to immerse them in technologies that allow them to explore across all curriculum areas.
Digital Citizenship and Cyber Safety are two integral parts of our program. We believe students’ abilities are enhanced and supported by demonstrating and engaging in skills such as:
Higher Order Thinking Skills
Personalised and self-directed learning
Collaboration within the classroom & global community
Access to information at all times
Using Office 365 as our primary software avenue, students are able to work in applications and programs such as OneDrive, Word, Teams and OneNote to enhance their learning and creativity across all curriculum areas.
We embrace eLearning and ICT’s at Sts. Peter and Paul’s and will continue to do so, to enable student's success in our ever-changing digital world.