Resources For Educators
Zenva Schools is a one-stop solution that can save teachers up to 20 hours per term in teaching digital technologies.
They provide project-based lessons that are curriculum-mapped, industry-aligned, and ready-to-use, streamlining the education process to be more efficient and effective.
All unit plans and curriculum mapping documents are included, freeing up your time to focus on what truly matters – quality interaction with your students.
Go from absolute beginner to professional with fully supported, up-to-date courses that are short and project-based.
Our courses are engaging and focus on supporting real outcomes, rather than maximizing “hours of video”.
Whether you’re interested in coding for your career or as a hobby, with Zenva you’ll learn in-demand skills by building games, AI apps, websites, and more.
The ICT Gateway to Industry Schools Program (GISP) and Micromelon Robotics partner to provide ICT GISP Teachers and Students a world-class, Brisbane-made, online robotics simulator with added services and resources unavailable to schools outside the program.
The Micromelon Robot Simulator is a virtual environment filled with activities you can complete without needing a physical Rover. There are a large range of simulated activities with varying complexity. Completing them all will require the use of all available sensors and advanced coding techniques.
PECAN+ is a Cyber Security Capture the Flag (CTF) competition developed and managed by the School of Science Outreach and Engagement team at Edith Cowan University (Perth, Australia). The event is aimed at Australian high school students in years 10 and above.
- Training date - Saturday August 3rd 2024
- Competition date - Sunday August 4th 2024
XP Esports Australia is a Queensland based company dedicated to the growth and development of the esports and gaming industry and the HSL is the premier competition for high school esports in Australia.
Since it’s inception in 2020, the XP Esports team has built the competition into Australia’s leading esports league for high schools, leading the way for esports development in Australian high schools, delivering exciting and professional competitive opportunities.
Visit the Queensland Government Digital Careers guide, your free online digital career discovery tool.
Interested in working in digital and technology but not sure where to start? Take the quiz and in less than five minutes you will have a personalised Digital Career Guide matching you to possible careers in many industries.
Your detailed report explains each role and offers a comprehensive look at careers needed to drive our economy. Each occupation is linked to education institutions that show the training and qualifications you'll need to find employment.
Contains student and teaching resources for topics such as HTML and website development, user experience, binary code, data transmission and algorithms amongst a range of other areas.
Lessons and units of work focused on Creating Entrepreneurs; templates to assist with the structure and development of a pitch and resources that target curriculum areas in design and technology, economics and critical and creative thinking.
ICT Educators Community
ACS understands the vital role that digital technologies plays in education. Sharing our knowledge and helping one and other is at the core of the FREE ACS ICT Educators Community of Practice.
It is a community aimed to provide teachers with support and quality resources to make this happen. Connecting Australian educators enables ideas from the top of Australia, to remote schools to schools around the corner from each other. Technology can give us the power to collaborate and share ideas with educators we would otherwise not know.
To be part of the conversation and share ideas with your peers in the ICT Educators community, register to join the ACS’ ICT Educators Community of Practice.
For more information or troubleshooting, contact ACS ICT Educator
Specialist Catherine Newington.