Marianne Carahalios | Policy Advisor, Student Use of Digital Devices and Online Services, Learning Design and Development
NSW Department of Education | Australia

Marianne Carahalios, Policy Advisor, Student Use of Digital Devices and Online Services, Learning Design and Development, NSW Department of Education

Marianne has worked in education and human services for over 25 years starting her career as a teacher and school principal before holding a range of senior executive positions in the NSW Department of Education. Marianne has engaged with stakeholders in the development and implementation of policy and practices that support NSW public schools, and their communities, to safely use digital technologies to enhance the learning and wellbeing outcomes for students.

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Day 1 @ 14:00

What is your school vision for digital devices?

Today’s students have a vastly different digital experience to their parents and most of their teachers. They engage in technology on a daily basis to play, learn and work. As student’s progress through their education this has become even more important. They also need to develop digital skills and capabilities to thrive at school and beyond. This year the NSW Department of Education released a new policy to support schools manage student use of digital devices and online services.WHY ATTEND
  • Discover how the policy aims to balance the benefits and risks of student use of digital technology in and out of school.
  • Learn about the resources developed to support schools, implement any changes and support their students to use digital technology safely, respectfully and responsibly.
  • Hear what students told us about using digital technology in schools.
last published: 29/Oct/20 05:25 GMT
last published: 29/Oct/20 05:25 GMT
last published: 29/Oct/20 05:25 GMT

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