Each workshop runs for the duration of one teaching period of 45–60min and is designed to be delivered to a standard sized class of 20-30 students.
Bookings can be made for as many days as required, with a minimum of 3 workshops booked each day.
Workshops can be delivered face-to-face in metro NSW and metro VIC, and digitally Australia-wide. We also deliver face-to-face in select regional communities throughout the year.
When visiting your school, facilitators will follow all health and safety protocols required. They will bring a projector and laptop. The school needs to provide:
- A screen or wall to project onto
- A small table for the projector
- Access to power
- Chairs (tables are not necessary)
- Student devices are encouraged (in line with school policy)
- A teacher present at all times
During these sessions, the facilitator will engage with the group via video conference and will not physically attend the school. These sessions can be run with a group of students in a classroom, or with students learning from home. The school/students need to have:
- Access to Zoom on at least one device (Zoom log-in or registration is not required)
- Projector or smartboard with sound and visual capabilities (only applicable if working with students in the classroom)
Sessions may also be run via Microsoft Teams or Webex upon request. For more information, please see our Terms of Participation
and Code of Conduct
for online workshops.
TEACHER-LED DIGITAL WORKSHOPS
These workshops can be led in the classroom by a teacher or assigned for homework or remote learning. They are best suited to Years 7 and 8 and cover all five Digital Thumbprint topics. Please note, the workshops are not supported on Internet Explorer.
If you have any questions, please get in touch.
T: 1800 334 036