This article explains what it means to 'BYOD' - Bring Your Own Device to school for learning. There are many challenges with students bringing their own technology, however, we already know our children are learning this way at home on their devices. It reflects their knowledge and skills that they have already gained and provides opportunities for further development at school.
Throughout 2011 and 2012, the Board of Studies NSW developed new K–10 syllabuses for English, Mathematics, Science (incorporating Science and Technology K–6) and History that incorporate agreed Australian Curriculum content.
Jane Schmude's insight:
This is a board of studies guide to the new curriculum
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