Digital technology

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Artificial intelligence and education
Artificial intelligence and education

Dr James Lester discusses the future of artificial intelligence in the education sector and touches on how new technology can support personalised learning.

Mobile phones in the classroom
Mobile phones in the classroom

Banning mobile phones from schools boosts student performance in high stakes tests, according to a study published by the London School of Economics (LSE).

Learning by teaching ... a robot
Learning by teaching ... a robot

Researchers are exploring how an artificially-intelligent robot can help children improve their handwriting skills, by placing the youngsters in the role of teacher.

The importance of BYOT
The importance of BYOT

Mal Lee explains why BYOT is one of the critical phases in the digital evolution, transformation and enhancement of schooling.

Making new connections
Making new connections

Selena Woodward from Flinders University explains how using social media to create networks and connect with peers has influenced her practice.

Inquiry based learning in action
Inquiry based learning in action

Melbourne educator, Mel Cashen discusses a unit which fuses inquiry based learning with gaming.

Video games in the classroom
Video games in the classroom

How are digital games being used in K-8 classrooms? Find out in this Teacher infographic.

Learning assessments – designing the future
Learning assessments – designing the future

Professor Geoff Masters discusses recent developments in assessing student learning and how they will shape the future of assessment.

Play, create and control
Play, create and control

Christine Haynes reviews a robot construction kit, and discusses why robotics still appeals to tech-savvy teachers.

Digital schools: An evolving ecosystem
Digital schools: An evolving ecosystem

Mal Lee zeroes in on the consequences of a segmented school, and explains why school leaders must focus on creating an integrated school ecology based on the digital.