Schools are now educating a generation of students who are growing up in a digital world. As the use of ICT continues to grow globally, students will increasingly demand an education that embraces ICT.
The State Government, through the Smart Classrooms strategy, is helping schools meet and exceed the demands of 21st century students by embedding ICT into learning.
The Smart Classrooms strategy focuses on what ICT can do for schools. From 2007 to 2009, the State Government will focus on these priorities:
Other important Smart Classrooms initiatives such as the Learning Place will connect more teachers and students with the digital world. The Learning Place offers a comprehensive range of digital learning tools, curriculum resources, and online communication and collaboration tools that can put the bright spark back into learning.
To find out more visit the Smart Classrooms website.