At ACS, we appreciate the pressure teachers and ICT educators work under. It’s why we’ve developed teaching plans tailored to States and Territories but also resources and a community of support to improve your understanding of the technology at the heart of the ICT curriculum.
As the trusted leader of the tech community with over 40,000 members, we understand the rapid changes in the tech industry and the needs of businesses. We also work with governments to inform the creation of the ICT curriculum and appreciate the pressure on budgets and resources.
Consequently, our support is aligned to the ICT curriculum to help you give students the best possible start on their tech journey.
- Primary School Teacher, Mill Park, Melbourne
Working with the education sector, we understand the challenges many teachers face. We regular hear stories of non-tech trained teachers planning lessons for the ICT curriculum, often without resources or a subject matter support.
The ACS ICT educators’ platform is a community of support for teachers. It is a way to reach out to other teachers experiencing many of the same challenges in planning lessons for the ICT curriculum.
The community is run by Catherine Newington, our ICT Educator Specialist who can help you with resources to support your teaching.
Email Catherine at email@example.com
We have created bespoke resources to unpack the concepts within each year level (F-10) of the ICT curriculum. So, even if you are new to the task of teaching technology, you can gain an understanding of topics and what is expected per school year.
Working with different education authorities across Australia, we acknowledge that not all states and territories are directly using the Australian Digital Technologies Curriculum.
As a consequence, we have resources that will help you map activities and content descriptions to the curriculum your school is implementing. You can download these via the links below:
The information found in these documents has been directly taken from the respective curriculum authorities. All curriculum authority departments in Australia are subject to copyright. They make no warranties regarding the correctness or accuracy of resources created by ACS.