• ICT Skills and Integration
  • STEM
  • Technologies

Hands-on with Technology: Maker Education (Primary Focus)

PL # 12561.
Starting on 12 Mar 2020
Cancellation permitted until 10/03/2020
For Members$50
For Catholic Members$65
For Non-Members$85
Registration Close Date 13/03/2020
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Registrations open to

  • AISWA Member Schools (non-CEO)
  • Catholic Member Schools
  • Non-Members


This hands-on workshop is an opportunity to learn about the 'Maker Movement' and how to integrate making and creation with the Technologies Curriculum. On the day, you will explore and create with various pieces of technology. This event would be particularly useful for educators who are interested in or have access to a Makerspace. 

This workshop aims to help educators implement a hands-on approach to teaching the Technologies Curriculum with an emphasis on making and creating. It is particularly relevant to those wanting to establish or have access to a Makerspace.

An introduction to the theory behind the 'Maker Movement' within education and plenty of opportunities to explore and learn with various digital technology devices will be included on the day. The workshop will also demonstrate how to plan and implement a STEM unit of learning which incorporates making. The content and technology will have a focus on the primary years. 

More Information


Simon Fittock (AISWA Staff)

Technologies Consultant

Simon has a Bachelor of Education and Arts (F-7) from Flinders University (Adelaide) and is currently studying a Master of Education by research at Edith Cowan University. Simon has a keen interest in educational practice and has professional experience teaching in Australia, the United Kingdom and Sweden. He has been involved in state-wide STEM initiatives and supported schools and teachers in the implementation of STEM both as a teacher and professional learning consultant. Simon also has a passion for the Technologies curriculum area and the integration of digital technology as a way to enhance learners' educational experiences. 



Event Segment

Date / Time

Starts: 08:30
Finishes: 15:00


AISWA Training Room Suite 6A (First Floor)
Suite 6, 41 Walters Drive
Osborne Park WA 6017


Parking bays are available on Walters Drive (max. fee is $5.00 p/day). Alternatively, public transport is available via train & bus: Joondalup Line – Stop at Glendalough Station. Bus transfers: Bus no. 407, Bus stop: 25350

Location Specifics

Morning tea and lunch will be provided. It is recommended that you bring your own digital device, although, there will be Microsoft Surface Pros available to borrow.

Learning Area

  • ICT Skills and Integration
  • STEM
  • Technologies

School Area

  • Primary (P-6)
  • Secondary (7-10)
  • Leadership
  • Education Assistants

Event Contact

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