A program
committed to
young girls
learning
technology.

Aligned to the Digital Technologies
Curriculum and STEAM.

What is
#MissMakesCode?

This professional development day is practical, empowering and engaging. We focus on explicit teaching of visible thinking skills, enabling girls to use a variety of computational methods to solve problems using programming principles.

The MissMakesCode program is written and delivered by teachers, for teachers and aligned to the Australian Digital Technologies curriculum. On the completion of the course you will be equipped with the resources you need to deliver this curriculum the very next day.

Melbourne
Teacher Training

27 July 2017, 9.30am – 3pm

One Roof, 77–83 City Road, Southbank VIC 3006.
Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea will be provided. This is a subsidised event, tickets from $39.
Register now so you don’t miss out!

Meet our trainers

Teresa Deshon

Teresa is the Principal at Moama Anglican Grammar School, where she teaches IT/STEM across the school. Her areas of expertise include whole school curriculum, assessment and reporting, strategic and innovative IT programs including STEM, 3D Printing, Wearable IT, Coding and Nao Robotics.

Helen Sultana

Helen is a dynamic and engaging leader, innovator, educator and member of Girl Geek Academy. Specialising in teacher training, digital technologies in education, eSafety and cybersafety, curriculum development and change management, she is a highly skilled teacher and mentor at both primary and secondary levels.

Special thanks to...

We are grateful for the support of the Australian Government, GO1 and Eden EduTech.

This teacher training opportunity is proudly supported by the Women in STEM and Entrepreneurship (WISE) grant, providing teachers and teacher librarians with subsidised access to this course.

 

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