Digital Technologies

  Stevensville operates a 1:1 technology program from Year 1 to

  Year 6. Students in these areas have laptop or netbook

  computers to support their learning. In Foundation, students

  share access to desktop and laptop computers.

  Through English, Math and Inquiry subjects, students use 

  robotics such as WeDo LEGO 2.0, Blue Bots and Dash and Dot




  In the early years of schooling, our students use a wide range of

  technology. In addition to their laptops, students have access to digital cameras,

  blue-bots, Mathletics, Reading Eggs and coding websites such as


YEARS 3 - 6
Each student is provided with a netbook to enhance their learning. They use this technology to research, problem solve, synergise their learning, become media and information literate and become critical thinking users of global information systems.

 Specific lessons are planned in Literacy and

 Numeracy to utilise digital technology and ensure

 students leave Stevensville at the end of Year 6 with

 the skills and knowledge they need to become

 successful secondary school learners and

 responsible global digital citizens.


 These students use digital still and video cameras,

 voice recorders, coding websites such as Scratch and, and use robotics to expand their skills and knowledge base across the curriculum.

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