Help with Teaching D&T During the Covid-19 Crisis

While Victorian schools are dealing with the upheval caused by the Covid-19 Crisis, DATTA Vic is continuing to work hard to support all our members. We are still here to answer any questions or give advice - contact us at pl@datta.vic.edu.au. We are delivering teacher professional learning via webinar, creating new support materials and we are constantly updating this web page with resources and useful links.

If you have any resources for teaching Design & Technologies online, please send them to Laura at pl@datta.vic.edu.au and we will share them with your colleagues here.


UPDATES FROM THE VCAA & THE DET


FREE MEMBERS' WEBINARS

*Note you will need to log-in to access these recordings. If you've forgotten your members' log-in details, contact Sam at events@datta.vic.edu.au


BROWSE OUR TEACHING ONLINE RESOURCE BANK BY SUBJECT AREA;

*DATTA Vic have published collaborative Google docs for teachers to share ideas and resources with colleagues. Click on the links below to browse or post your own projects.


RESOURCES FOR SALE

Visit our ONLINE SHOP for a range of resources, including text books, workbooks and VCE Support Materials


Thanks to The Department of Education & Training's Strategic Partnerships Program for their support for DATTA Vic's Teaching Applied STEM in Design & Technologies initiative


Disclaimer: These resources the work of practising teachers or education providers, who have shared them in good faith and for general information only. They do not necessarily reflect the views of DATTA Vic, nor do DATTA Vic endorse the accuracy or suitability of the information for any particular purpose. Note that this material has not been verified by VCAA. Responsibility in response to the material must be accepted by users. For VCE, teachers must refer to the mandatory documents in relation to the VCE Product Design and Technology/Systems Engineering study designs from VCAA, which are available online and updated every year. For safety information, teachers must consult the relevant OHS Hazard Management section of the department's website.