The use of digital technologies at Sturt Street reflects and supports our focus on the needs of 21st Century learners. Teachers aim to integrate information communication technologies (ICTs) into the curriculum and their teaching practices.
Teachers are increasingly using ICTs to motivate and engage students in their learning through more varied approaches and resources, leading interactive and personalised learning experiences.
STEM is an approach to learning and development that integrates the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Through STEM, students develop key skills including problem solving, creativity, critical analysis, teamwork, independent thinking, initiative communication and digital literacy.
Students and teachers have access to contemporary ICT tools including interactive whiteboards, Robotics, 3D Printers, iPads, laptop computers and a suite of software.
A Bring Your Own iPad Program is in place, allowing families to provide their child with a family owned iPad to bring to school for their learning. This program enables students and teachers to use rich digital resources to enhance and transform their learning experiences.
A wireless network provides valuable internet access to all learning spaces / classrooms.