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    • 1 Jul 2024
    • 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Melbourne Museum

    Free professional learning on using museum collections and design thinking practices to enrich schools based design education.

    When: Monday 1st July,  9.30am - 4.30pm

    Where: Melbourne Museum

    Cost: $0 for members

    REGISTER

    This one day, free intensive for years 7-10 Design & Technologies teachers nurtures excellence in design education in Victoria.

    Supported by Creative Futures Ltd this special workshop is free for teachers and jointly facilitated by Museums Victoria Education and DATTA Vic. 

    Teachers will explore the world of the museum, particularly the incredible Mini Mega Model Museum, and work together to discover new ways to deliver the Design & Technologies curriculum in their own classrooms, inspiring their students to design for the future while learning from the past.

    Places are strictly limited - to register, visit the Museums Victoria website HERE.


      • 19 Jul 2024
      • 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
      • Whittlesea Tech School
      • 16
      Register


      When: Friday 19th July, 9:00am - 4:30pm

      Where: Whittlesea Tech School, Epping

      Presenter: Pat McMahon

      Cost:

      • $229 for members
      • $329 for non-members 
      • $129 for students/CRT Members

      Morning tea and lunch will be provided.

      Part of our DATTA Vic Up-skilling Beginners' Masterclasses, this professional learning workshop is for teachers who have little/no experience with STEM skills and are hoping to learn the basics to develop engaging classroom projects.

      At the session, led by the wonderful Pat McMahon, you will build, solder and take home a simple ReCycloBot Robot and an edge lit acrylic RGB display base, built previously using a 3D Printer and Laser Engraver. You will also have a play with a gaming keypad using various Makey Makey Apps, to play a piano, record voices, sketch various shapes and play games. Pat will also have on display many of his advanced models and BT/IR Robots for you have a play with so you can see what the next progression for your students could be.

      For further details about the session, download our FLYER.

      • 23 Jul 2024
      • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
      • Online
      Register


      When: Tuesday 23rd July, 4pm - 6pm

      Where: Online - link provided 1 business day prior to event.

      Presenter: Anthony Timpano

      Cost:

      • $75 for members
      • $115 for non-members 
      • $45 for students/CRT Members

      Join Anthony Timpano, who will be logging on all the way from Taiwan, to learn about how to turn your current classroom into a Makerspace! 

      Anthony has been a teacher for over 20 years, teaching in the subject areas of Systems Engineering, Digital Technologies, Product Design and Technologies and many more! In 2020, he moved from Victoria to Taiwan and is employed as the Makerspace Coordinator, Design Thinking and Innovation Teacher and while doing this he is also completing his PhD, with his research focussing on the STEM Makerspace Learning Environment and STEM Education for upper elementary students.

      This session is ideal for primary and secondary educators who require their room to be equip with different tools and technology in order to provide the facilities required to teach design in a more wholistic way. 

      By the end of the session, participants will have a greater understanding of what is required in a Makerspace as well as projects that can be delivered at different year levels in order to utilise the technologies required for Design and Technologies. 

        Participants will receive the recording, presenter slides and associated resources after the event.

        NOTE: The link for this session will be sent via email a business day prior to the event. 

        • 2 Aug 2024
        • 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
        • Banyule Nillumbik Tech School
        • 0
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        When: Friday 2nd August, 9:30am - 12:30pm

        Where: Banyule Nillumbik Tech School, Greensborough

        Presenter: Maria Bickford-Beers - STEM Communication Officer

        Cost:

        • $99 for members
        • $129 for non-members 
        • $59 for university students/CRT Members/Pre-service teachers

        NB: If you are a partner school with Banyule Nillumbik Tech School, please contact events@datta.vic.edu.au about registering and further information. 

        This is an intimate professional learning session for teachers in design and technologies and art. 

        A Cricut is a die-cutting machine that can cut several different materials for your projects like paper, vinyl, and card stock. The most advanced machines can cut more than 100 materials, such as cardboard, fabric, metal, balsa wood and more.

        Run by Banyule Nillumbik Tech School's STEM Communication Officer, Maria, the session will include learning how to use the Cricut, the associated program, troubleshooting and the basic tools required.

        NB: If you are a partner school with Banyule Nillumbik Tech School, please contact events@datta.vic.edu.au about registering and further information. 

        • 3 Aug 2024
        • 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
        • Overnewton Anglican Community College - Keilor
        • 13
        Register


        When: Saturday 3rd August - 9.30am - 4pm

        Where: Overnewton Anglican Community College

        Presenter: Jill Livett

        Cost:

        • $209 for members
        • $309 for non-members 
        • $109 for university students/CRT Members/Pre-service teachers

        Morning tea, lunch and all materials will be provided.

        Part of our DATTA Vic Up-skilling Beginners' Masterclasses, this professional learning workshop is for teachers who have little/no experience with wood and are hoping to learn the basics of working with timber, it's associated techniques and tools. 

        This session will be led by Jill Livett, Head of Department at Overnewton College, experienced D&T educator and co-author of the Nelson Product Design and Technologies and the Tech by Design textbooks.

        Following this class, participants will have gained new skills and confidence in basic woodworking techniques, and understand how they can be used to engage students in the D&T classroom. Out of field teachers who are delivering the D&T curriculum will find this session particularly useful.

        • 8 Aug 2024
        • 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
        • Yarra Ranges Tech School, Lilydale
        • 25
        Register


        When: Thursday 8 August - 9.30am - 4pm

        Where: Yarra Ranges Tech School, Lilydale

        Presenter: Travis Burroughs

        Cost:

        • $209 for members
        • $309 for non-members 
        • $109 for university students/CRT Members/Pre-service teachers

        Morning tea, lunch and all materials will be provided.

        Part of our DATTA Vic Up-skilling Beginners' Masterclasses, this professional learning workshop is for teachers who have little/no experience with robotics and are hoping to establish their own robotics program or grow an existing one to engage more students.

        This session will be led by Travis Burroughs, Director of Yarra Ranges Tech School. Travis is a renowned STEM educator and a leader in the field of robotics education. He'll be joined by his YRTS colleague Matt Pattison.

        In this fun, hands-on day, participants will:

        • Learn about the simple Thymio robot and how to program to follow lines and avoid walls. This simple robot is a great introduction to robotics and exposes students to code and robotics in a fast and efficient way.  
        • Be introduced to VEX V5, an advanced robotics platform that you can structure a robotics course or club around. You'll gain skills to get started, but also an overview of some of the more advanced sensor and programming features to help you plan to grow your program in the future

        Following this class, participants will have gained new skills and confidence in robotics and coding, and understand how they can be used to engage students in the D&T classroom. Out of field teachers who are delivering the D&T curriculum will find this session particularly useful.

        • 20 Aug 2024
        • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
        • Online
        Register


        When: Tuesday 20th August, 4pm - 6pm

        Where: Online - link provided 1 business day prior to event.

        Presenter: Megan Detering

        Cost:

        • $75 for members
        • $115 for non-members 
        • $45 for students/CRT Members

        Megan Detering is a secondary teacher specialised in Design and Technology, STEM Education and Sustainable Design. She has over 25 years experience as an industrial designer and educator, having worked in various industries including car design and interior design studios.

        In her practice, Megan aims at engaging students in meaningful learning experiences where the process is as important as the final outcome. Megan currently teaches secondary STEM with a focus on sustainability, and D&T subjects at Canberra Girls Grammar School.

          This professional learning session is directed to all Design and Technologies teachers. It will go through the projects that Megan runs at junior levels. Perfect for educators who need some more fresh ideas or just to know understand the different ways people teach the subject area. As there is barely any time outside of school hours, to be able to go around and see what other schools are doing, this is a great way to get some of that insight - after hours, online and in the comfort of your own chair!

          Participants will receive the recording, presenter slides and associated resources after the event.

          NOTE: The link for this session will be sent via email a business day prior to the event. 

          • 3 Sep 2024
          • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
          • St Monica's College Epping
          • 20
          Register

          PARTICIPANTS TAKE HOME FREE STEAM TECH!




          When: Tuesday 3 September, 9am - 1pm

          Where: St Monica's College Epping

          Presenters: Roxanne Sumner, Michael Gowers and Sid Bagh

          Cost: $75 for members

          Note this program is only open to DATTA Vic and SLAV members.

          In schools, makerspaces facilitate free access to interactive digital learning environments, technologies, and tools.This allows all students to explore their interests, to tinker, create and invent.

          DATTA Vic, SLAV and St. Monica's College Epping are collaborating on this hands-on workshop, where we’ll bring Design & Technologies teachers and Library staff together for a morning of inspiration and upskilling.

          Following a presentation by Roxanne Sumner from Siena College, we'll dive into some great, hands-on Makerspace activities, both low and high-tech, that you could easily establish in your own schools.

          All participants will leave with some FREE pieces of technology that they can use back in their school makerspaces. What will you get in our raffle - a Sphero, a Pro Bot, an Ozo Bot, a Makey Makey, a Hummingbird robot, an Edison robot or maybe a Makedo kit?


          Following the workshop, feel free to stay on for an informal tour of the St Monica's Library and STEM Centre.

          IF YOU ARE A SLAV MEMBER, CONTACT slav@slav.org.au FOR YOUR REGISTRATION CODE

          Click HERE to download our flyer to share with colleagues at your schools


          • 10 Sep 2024
          • 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM
          • Art Tree Creations - Bayswater
          • 11
          Register


          When: Tuesday 10th September, 9:30am - 3:30pm

          Where: Art Tree Creations - Bayswater

          Presenter: Scott Thompson - Co-Owner 

          Cost:

          • $370 for members
          • $470 for non-members 

          Morning tea and lunch will be provided.

          Have you needed some quality time to experiment with resin, silicone mould making and new emerging materials to use with your students in class?

          Do you need to understand the safety aspects or how to use these materials in your classroom?

          Would you like to learn about alternate ways of prototyping and model making, especially with materials that give a refined, professional finish?

          Well, this is the professional learning session you’ve been waiting for!

          Join Scott, the co-owner and founder of Art Tree Creations, in his studio in Bayswater, as he takes you through a hands-on learning experience looking at the ‘how tos’ of:

          • Resin and timber slab
          • Jesmonite – the brand of a composite material which is a combination of gypsum (a mineral created from sedimentary rock) and water-based acrylic resin 
          • Using correct techniques to combine these with timber
          • Creating your own silicone mould from start to finish

          All participants will leave with sample pieces they have created which they can have on hand to show their students!  These can help to inspire student creativity when designing and move them away from some of the more conventional production methods!

          Participants will also be given the opportunity to look around at all the other amazing products and sample products ‘Art Tree Creations’ have on offer, that can be used in various way in the Design and Technologies classroom.

          This professional learning experience is directed to all teachers in the Design and Technologies realm – be it primary or secondary. If you’d like to invite teachers from the Visual Arts faculty at your school, this session is also very applicable for them and their students.


          • 21 Sep 2024
          • 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
          • Online
          Register


          When: Saturday 21st September, 10am - 12:30pm

          Where: Online - via webinar - details provided on receipt of payment.

          Presenter: Jill Livett

          Cost:

          • $25 per student 
          • Free for accompanying teacher 
          • $50 per member teacher participating without any students
          • $70 per non-member teacher participating without any students 
          • $35 for CRTs/Preservice teachers without any students

          Form must be completed by a teacher on behalf of all students. 

          This workshop will help prepare students for the end of the year VCE PD&T exam. It will focus on:

          • a refreshment of Unit 3 & 4 outcomes
          • relevant information from the examiner's reports and previous exams
          • a range of helpful student activities
          • sharing hints and tips to gain the best results
          • lots of exam revision resources to keep

          Students should ensure they have drawing materials for the activities.

          *Please note: the session link will be sent out to the email on the registration form a couple of days prior to the event. A recording of this session will be available to purchase in the DATTA Vic online shop 

          Click HERE to access DATTA Vic's Child Protection Policy, Procedures and insurance documentation.

            • 23 Sep 2024
            • 9:30 AM
            • 26 Sep 2024
            • 4:30 PM
            • Banyule Nillumbik Tech School
            Register

            FOR OUT OF FIELD EDUCATORS TEACHING SYSTEMS ENGINEERING


            When: 9.30am - 4pm, Monday 23rd to Thursday 26th September 2024

            Banyule Nillumbik Tech School

            Presenter:  Colin Chapman & Anthony Gasson

            Cost:

            Members: $699

            Only open to DATTA Vic members

            DATTA Vic and Banyule Nillumbik Tech School are teaming up again to deliver the Success with Systems Engineering Masterclass program during the September school break.

            Systems Engineering offers a great way to deliver STEM learning opportunities that equip young people with the skills they'll need for a global, technology-driven and flexible future.

            However, Victorian schools are facing barriers to successful delivery, including dropping numbers of student enrolments at VCE and a lack of qualified teachers in the Design & Technologies learning area.

            Our Success with Systems Engineering program has four aims:

            • To upskill teachers from other STEM areas (Design & Technologies, Physics, etc) to deliver engaging and relevant Systems Engineering programs

            • To support schools who are struggling to recruit Systems Engineering teachers

            • To explore ways to attract and retain a more diverse cohort of students in Systems Engineering
            • To offer support to schools to set up VCE Systems Engineering as a senior subject

            Registrations are open now to participate in this teacher masterclass, which will run in the term break from 18-22 September

            Numbers are strictly limited, so register early to ensure your place.

            Morning tea and lunch each day are served, and all resources are provided.

            Feedback from participants of our previous Success with Systems workshops:

            • The masterclass covered all the requirements to be able to know how to begin teaching VCE Systems.
            • A Lot of practical demonstrations and hands-on activities to develop skills for teaching
            • Practical demos tuning us into having a go! The challenges throughout were pitched at the right fundamental level.
            • Great strategies for how to teach complicated topics
            • Was amazing! I learned so much about course content in regards to VCE and I enjoyed learning the components of systems and coding.
            • Very well presented and totally engaging


              • 18 Oct 2024
              • 9:30 AM
              • 22 Nov 2024
              • 12:30 PM
              • Mixed


              • VR & AR Immersion - Friday 18 October, 9.30am - 3.30pm, Banyule Nillumbik Tech School
              • A.I. Immersion - Thursday 31 October, 4pm - 6pm, Online
              • Machine Learning Immersion - Thursday 7 November, 4pm - 6pm, Online
              • Speculative Design Immersion - Monday 11 November, 4pm - 6pm, Online
              • Cultural Influence on Design Immersion - Friday 22 November, 9.30am - 12.30pm, Melbourne Museum

              Cost: FREE

              This program is only open to current DATTA Vic members & Banyule Nillumbik Tech School Partners.

              Technacy is the ability to understand, skillfully apply and communicate creative and appropriate technological solutions that are based on understanding the contextual factors involved.

              In the newly implemented VCE Product Design & Technologies senior subject, Working Technologically and Technacy is included as one of the key cross-study specifications. Essentially our students must not only have skills in the use of a range of technologies, but also an understanding of the cultural influences that affect how, when and why they are used.

              DATTA Vic and Banyule Nillumbik Tech School are teaming up to deliver a series of five essential Technacy skills immersions for teachers – all free for our members and BNTS partner schools thanks to support from the Google Educator Professional Development Grant. Teachers can choose to come to one or all of the sessions.

              Full day VR & AR immersion (PL2437GG)

              Friday 18 October, 9.30am - 3.30pm

              Banyule Nillumbik Tech School

              REGISTER



              Participants will explore the possibilities of using VR and AR in the classroom. They will look at examples of best practice, and will be upskilled to create their own virtual content for student resources. Crucially, by using the BNTS Igloo,  we will explore how VR and AR can be a collective immersive experience, rather than a solitary one, in order to boost collaboration and communication. 

              A.I Immersion (PL2438GG)

              Thursday 31 October, 4pm - 6pm

              Online

              REGISTER


              The focus on this webinar will be how to use A.I as an effective tool in the classroom. In particular, we’ll focus on A.I prompt engineering, and upskill our participants in how to use generative AI tools to develop audio and visual assets which can use in the classroom. This session will also address the Department's new Generative Artificial Intelligence Policy, and unpack what this means for teaching.

              Machine Learning Immersion (PL2439GG)

              Thursday 7 November, 4pm - 6pm

              Online

              REGISTER

              We will continue to delve into the use of AI in this session, but with a particular focus on Machine learning, a subset of AI which, employs algorithms that learn from data to make predictions. Machine learning can be used in the classroom to personalize learning experiences.

              Speculative Design Immersion (PL2440GG)

              Monday 11 November, 4pm - 6pm

              Online

              REGISTER


              In this session, teachers will explore the world of speculative design - a design method addressing big societal problems and looking towards the future, and creating products and services for those scenarios. In particular, we’ll look at how future technologies can impact these opportunities, with a focus on the essential role of culture and diverse communities.

              Cultural Influences on Digital Design Immersion (PL2441GG)

              Friday 22 November, 9.30am - 12.30pm

              Melbourne Museum

              REGISTER


              The final session in our program will take place at Melbourne Museum, and will be based on River ConnectionsWe will explore how teachers can embed  Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledge and perspectives alongside the opportunities provided by new and emerging technologies in the design and delivery of teaching and learning programs.

              Image Credits:

              • Image1: DATTA Vic
              • Image 2: Photo by Lucas at Unsplash
              • Image 3: Photo by Processed Photography on nNsplash
              • Image 4: Photo by Rod Long on Unsplash
              • Image 5:Photo by Rodney Start, Museums Victoria


              • 6 Dec 2024
              • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
              • Northern College of the Arts & Technology (NCAT)
              • 200

              CONFERENCE WORKSHOP SUBMISSIONS NOW OPEN


              When: December 6

              Where: Northern College of the Arts & Technology (NCAT), Melbourne

              DATTA Vic are seeking workshop submissions for our 2024 teachers' conference, Movers & Makers.

              This event will celebrate how Design & Technologies education can equip young people with creative and critical thinking abilities, adeptness in communication and teamwork and essential skills in traditional methods and emerging technologies. This is the place where the problem solvers of the future are made.

              We're inviting submission for workshops which support all of our members, including primary, secondary and tertiary teachers of Design & Technologies, VCE Product Design & Technologies, VCE Systems Engineering and STEM.

              We hope to upskill our members in a range of contexts, including engineering principles and systems, food & fibre production and materials and technologies specialisations (wood, metal, plastics, textiles, CAD, electronics, coding and robotics, etc)

              We're want to support educators to update their pedagogies to take unique and engaging approaches to teaching the design process. And we encourage presentations that address Technologies in Society, and explore key concepts like sustainability, ethical design, technacy and First Nations knowledge.

              So please submit your workshop proposal at the link above, and be part of a very special day.  Presenting a session is not only a wonderful professional learning experience, but you also get to attend the rest of the event for free.

              IMPORTANT NOTES

              Please be as specific as possible about your requirements to deliver your workshop, so we can be sure it can be hosted within NCAT's facilities. 

              Note we require presenters to bring their own materials and hand-tools, and we can reimburse you for your costs after the event.

              CONFERENCE KEYNOTES

              We are delighted to be joined by not one, but three keynote presenters at this year’s conference! These award-winning young designers and engineers will be sharing their creative processes, discussing the VCE products that saw them take out the Eckersley’s 2024 Top Designs prizes, and offering advice on how to best support students to achieve success in Design & Technologies.


              ACCOMMODATION

              If you're coming to the conference and need to book accommodation, Novotel Melbourne Preston are offering our delegates a special rate. You can book a standard room and breakfast for one for only $195, and a standard room with breakfast for two for only $220. Book before November 6 HERE.


              Past events

              24 Jun 2024 Beginners' Masterclass - Get started with CAD & Fusion 360 (PL2413)
              21 Jun 2024 The DATTA Vic Symposium - Teaching First Nations Knowledge & Perspectives in Design (PL2434)
              20 Jun 2024 VCE PD&T - Reflecting on Semester One and Planning for Semester Two (PL2424)
              11 Jun 2024 Designer Case Study - Trent Jansen and Incorporating Cultural Identity (PL2421)
              7 Jun 2024 VCE PD&T Unit 2 Face to Face Teacher Workshop (PL2411)
              5 Jun 2024 VCE Product Design and Technologies Unit 2 Online (PL2414)
              31 May 2024 Designing the Future with Louise O'Brien from the NGV (PL2428)
              30 May 2024 Deconstruct & Re-construct: Design for a circular economy - with Sustainability Victoria (PL2432)
              29 May 2024 Make it / Break it - Collaborative Prototyping with MADA & DATTA Vic - Melbourne Design Week (PL2419)
              28 May 2024 Online Teaching Design Masterclass, Term 2 (PL2418)
              27 May 2024 First Nations Design & Culture from the NGV (PL2420)
              27 May 2024 All About Design from the NGV (PL2426)
              15 May 2024 VCE Systems Engineering Unit 2 Online (PL2431)
              13 May 2024 VCE Product Design and Technologies Unit 4 Online (PL2427)
              2 May 2024 FREE MEMBERS EVENT - Circular Economy – Partnership with Sustainability Victoria (PL2416)
              1 May 2024 VCE Systems Engineering Unit 4 Online (PL2430)
              22 Apr 2024 Water Marbling with Fabric and other materials (PL2417)
              26 Mar 2024 Resin, Timber Slab & Jesmonite Workshop - Emerging Materials (PL2407)
              15 Mar 2024 Fashion Illustration & How to Annotate (PL2408)
              12 Mar 2024 Free Members Event - Replas - Closing the Loop with Recycled Plastic & Circular Solutions (PL2409)
              6 Mar 2024 Taking care of your laser cutter & 3D Printer - learn about your machines and how to maintain them (PL2412)
              5 Mar 2024 VCE Product Design & Technologies Unit 1 Online (PL2404)
              2 Mar 2024 VCE Systems Engineering SAT Masterclass for Students (PL2406)
              28 Feb 2024 VCE Systems Engineering Unit 1 Online Workshop (PL2402)
              27 Feb 2024 VCE Product Design & Technologies Unit 3 Online (PL2403)
              24 Feb 2024 VCE PD&T SAT Online Masterclass for Students (PL2410)
              23 Feb 2024 VCE PD&T Unit 1 & 3 Face to Face Teacher Workshop (PL2405)
              21 Feb 2024 VCE Systems Engineering Unit 3 Online Workshop (PL2401)
              13 Dec 2023 VCE PD&T UNIT 1 & 3 PLANNING DAY (2024-2028 New Study) Teacher Workshop (PL2354)
              1 Dec 2023 TOMORROW'S INNOVATORS
              21 Nov 2023 How to teach 'The Double Diamond Design Process' (PL2346SP)
              20 Nov 2023 Build your own infrared controlled Mini Musical Jukebox (Arduino or Picaxe) (PL2351SP)
              17 Nov 2023 Bodices & Bustiers: Fitting the Female Form (PL2339)
              31 Oct 2023 The Pen Tool & Adobe Illustrator (PL2349SP)
              19 Oct 2023 Industrial Design Students as Technicians in Schools Event (PL2352)
              18 Oct 2023 DATTA Vic Special Members' Event & AGM | Celebrating First Nations' Knowledge in Design & Technologies(PL2353SP)
              16 Oct 2023 Design & Technologies Week 2023
              5 Oct 2023 Teaching Design & Creative Thinking Masterclass for Primary Teachers (PL2345SP)
              29 Sep 2023 VCE Systems Engineering Online Exam Prep for Students (PL2348)
              18 Sep 2023 Success with Systems Engineering Masterclass (PL2336SP)
              16 Sep 2023 VCE PD&T Online Exam Prep for Students (PL2333)
              28 Aug 2023 VCE Systems Engineering Exam Prep for Teachers (PL2350)
              16 Aug 2023 Online Teach Meet - STEM Projects - Deep Dive Years 9 & 10 (PL2327SP)
              8 Aug 2023 Fusion 360 for Beginners (PL2342SP)
              1 Aug 2023 VCE PD&T Exam Prep for Teachers (PL2347)
              25 Jul 2023 Cloud-based CAD for Beginners with Onshape (PL2329SP)
              24 Jul 2023 Digital Design for Sustainability (PL2344GG)
              21 Jul 2023 Emerging Materials - Resin & Jesmonite (PL2330SP)
              17 Jul 2023 Online Teach Meet - A.I for Design & Technologies Teachers (PL2340SP)
              11 Jul 2023 Online Teaching Design Masterclass, Term 3 (PL2337)
              3 Jul 2023 Creative Futures Annual Design Workshop
              19 Jun 2023 (Cancelled) Online Teach Meet - Surviving Semester One! (PL2343)
              13 Jun 2023 Start Designing in 3D with Tinkercad (PL2328SP)
              7 Jun 2023 'Cut & Create' - an intro to laser cutting (PL2325SP)
              31 May 2023 Online Teach Meet - STEM Projects - Deep Dive Years 7 & 8 (PL2326SP)
              23 May 2023 VCE Systems Engineering Unit 2 Online – May 23rd 2023 (PL2335SP)
              22 May 2023 VCE PD&T Unit 2 Online - 22nd May, 2023 (PL2322SP)
              22 May 2023 IM-PERMANENT Schools Program - Mycelium and Sustainability(PL2323)
              17 May 2023 Build Your Own Micro-controller based Robot (PL2315SP)
              16 May 2023 VCE Systems Engineering Unit 4 Online – May 16th 2023 (PL2334SP)
              15 May 2023 VCE PD&T Unit 4 Online - May 15th 2023 (PL2321SP)
              12 May 2023 VCE PD&T Unit 2 & 4 Face to Face Teacher Workshop (PL2320SP)
              4 May 2023 VCE PD&T SAT Criteria & Related Exam Questions (PL2331)
              2 May 2023 Online Teaching Design Masterclass, Term 2 (PL2312)
              28 Apr 2023 Beginners' Guide to 3D modelling with SketchUp (PL2311SP)
              24 Apr 2023 STEM Upskilling Members' Incursion Term 2 - Having fun with Arduino (PL2332)
              4 Apr 2023 Making drawing easy with ‘Procreate’ (PL2317SP)
              24 Mar 2023 Fashion Illustration at the Convent (PL2310)
              23 Mar 2023 STEM Upskilling Members' Incursion - Get Started with Arduino (PL2324)
              15 Mar 2023 Online Teach Meet - How to enter the Royal Melbourne Show (PL2319SP)
              14 Mar 2023 Fusion 360 Intermediate Online Workshops (PL2313SP)
              7 Mar 2023 Online Teach Meet - Link your School with Industry – Spotlight on CSIRO (PL2318SP)
              6 Mar 2023 VCE PD&T Unit 1 Online - 6th March, 2023 (PL2304SP)
              5 Mar 2023 Alexander McQueen and VCE PD&T Folio Masterclass for Students @ NGV (PL2309)
              4 Mar 2023 VCE Systems Engineering SAT Masterclass for Students (PL2303)
              28 Feb 2023 VCE Systems Engineering Unit 3 Online - 28 Feb, 2023 (PL2305SP)
              27 Feb 2023 VCE PD&T Unit 3 Online - 27th Feb, 2023 (PL2302SP)
              25 Feb 2023 VCE PD&T Folio Online Masterclass for Students (PL2307)
              24 Feb 2023 Alexander McQueen Teacher Masterclass with Scotty So @ NGV (PL2314SP)
              23 Feb 2023 SW Regional D&T Group Meet Up - Hawkesdale P-12 College (PL2316SP)
              21 Feb 2023 VCE Systems Engineering Unit 1 Online - 21st Feb, 2023 (PL2306SP)
              17 Feb 2023 VCE PD&T Unit 1 & 3 Face to Face Teacher Workshop (PL2301SP)
              1 Feb 2023 FREE Online Teaching Design Masterclass, Term 1 (PL2308)
              14 Dec 2022 Online Teach Meet - Fantastic Fungi - the Sustainable Solution to Plastic Waste (PL2251SP)
              9 Dec 2022 Designing the Future Conference
              14 Nov 2022 OH&S in the Technology Classroom (PL2250)
              27 Oct 2022 Teaching Design & Creative Thinking Masterclass for Primary Teachers (PL2247)
              26 Oct 2022 DATTA Vic Special Members' Event & AGM at Melbourne School of Design (PL2249)
              20 Oct 2022 Online Teach Meet -Everything you need to know about laser cutters in the D&T classroom! (PL2248)
              18 Oct 2022 Fusion 360 for Education - Upskilling for Beginners (PL2240)
              17 Oct 2022 National Design & Technologies Week 2022
              1 Oct 2022 VCE Systems Engineering Exam Prep for Students - Online (PL2227)
              17 Sep 2022 VCE PD&T Exam Prep for Students - Online (PL2231)
              8 Sep 2022 Online Teach Meet - Tech for Textiles – Using the Cricut in Design & Technologies (PL2238)
              1 Sep 2022 STEM Upskilling Members' Incursion - Get Started with Arduino in Shepparton (PL2243)
              30 Aug 2022 Solidworks in the Classroom Masterclass (PL2245)
              25 Aug 2022 STEM Upskilling Members' Incursion - Get Started with Arduino (PL2242)
              25 Aug 2022 Online Teach Meet - Future-focused STEM (PL2239)
              17 Aug 2022 Online Teaching Design Masterclass, Term 3 (PL2238)
              10 Aug 2022 Real World Robotics – Breaking Down Barriers to STEM Education (PL2244)
              2 Aug 2022 Fusion 360 for Education - Upskilling for Beginners (PL2233)
              1 Aug 2022 VCE PD&T Exam Prep for Teachers (PL2228)
              28 Jul 2022 Getting Started with Arduino Teacher Masterclass (PL2234)
              6 Jul 2022 Creative Futures Annual Design Workshop
              21 Jun 2022 Innovation Through Design (PL2229)
              2 Jun 2022 Drop-in Session for Station Ideation - Design & Technologies in Minecraft Challenge (PL2239)
              31 May 2022 Assessment in Design & Technologies (PL2225)
              26 May 2022 Online Teach Meet - VET Fashion Info Session/The New Senior School Certificate (PL2230)
              19 May 2022 VCE PD&T Unit 2 Webinar (PL2219)
              16 May 2022 Online Teach Meet - Indigenous Education in Design & Technologies (PL2222)
              12 May 2022 VCE PD&T SAT Criteria & Related Exam Questions (PL2206)
              10 May 2022 VCE Systems Engineering Unit 2 Webinar (PL2216)
              3 May 2022 VCE Systems Engineering Unit 4 Webinar (PL2215)
              2 May 2022 VCE PD&T Unit 4 Webinar (PL2218)
              2 May 2022 Drop-in Session for Station Ideation - Design & Technologies in Minecraft Challenge (PL2226)

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