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Digital Literacy Community Hub

Dianella Secondary College, WA

The Dianella STEM Learning Centre ‘MILA KADAADJINY’ officially opened in September 2018 and despite funding limitations, has been a resounding success since opening. The secondary school now seeks support to provide all community school partners with flexible and regular access to this facility, and to enable them to develop a Digital Literacy Professional Learning Hub, which will sit within the STEM Learning Centre.  

It is hoped that via the Digital Literacy Hub, a precinct-wide community of practice (CoP) will emerge, resulting in the development of a deeper knowledge base and necessary digital literacies skills for integration across the curriculum.  

To assist the development of this intended (CoP), the use of an online secure portal (through the school’s partnership with Edith Cowan University) will be utilised to enable the schools within both the Dianella and the New North Education Initiative (NNEI) precinct to more easily share their emerging practices, concerns and resources around the integration of digital literacies across the eight key learning areas of the Western Australia curriculum. 

Specifically, the school seeks funding for resources - to increase the number of students and teachers able to access the STEM Learning facility (including seven feeder primary schools), release time for K-12 teachers from all schools to undertake training in the CSER Digital Technologies Education Program, and equipment to establish the K-3 outdoor interactive STEM engagement lab.  

(Dianella Secondary College is the lead school in cluster with Dianella Primary College & Dianella College Education Support Centre)

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Dianella Secondary College

, WA

The Dianella STEM Learning Centre ‘MILA KADAADJINY’ officially opened in September 2018 and despite funding limitations, has been a resounding success since opening. The secondary school now seeks support to provide all community school partners with flexible and regular access to this facility, and to enable them to develop a Digital Literacy Professional Learning Hub, which will sit within the STEM Learning Centre.  

It is hoped that via the Digital Literacy Hub, a precinct-wide community of practice (CoP) will emerge, resulting in the development of a deeper knowledge base and necessary digital literacies skills for integration across the curriculum.  

To assist the development of this intended (CoP), the use of an online secure portal (through the school’s partnership with Edith Cowan University) will be utilised to enable the schools within both the Dianella and the New North Education Initiative (NNEI) precinct to more easily share their emerging practices, concerns and resources around the integration of digital literacies across the eight key learning areas of the Western Australia curriculum. 

Specifically, the school seeks funding for resources - to increase the number of students and teachers able to access the STEM Learning facility (including seven feeder primary schools), release time for K-12 teachers from all schools to undertake training in the CSER Digital Technologies Education Program, and equipment to establish the K-3 outdoor interactive STEM engagement lab.  

(Dianella Secondary College is the lead school in cluster with Dianella Primary College & Dianella College Education Support Centre)

Dianella Secondary College