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    • 27 Feb 2024
    • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Online
    Registration is closed

    When: Tuesday 27th Feb, 4pm - 6pm

    Where: Online - link provided one day before event

    Presenter: Jacinta O'Leary

    Cost:

    • $75 for members
    • $115 for non-members 
    • $45 for students/CRT Members

    The recording will be available as part of a Unit 3 resources pack from the DATTA Vic shop when the event has finished.

    *Note DATTA Vic are also delivering a webinar on VCE PD&T Unit 1 on March 5th. 

    This professional learning activity is delivered via WebEx and is designed to get you ready for the year ahead. 

    It is ideal for educators who are new or returning to teaching VCE Product Design & Technologies (as 2024 is the year of the new study design implementation.) It will take an in-depth look VCE PD&T Unit 3, covering all you need to know about Ethical product design and development.  The session will focus on how to teach:

    • methods of manufacturing
    • sustainability frameworks and strategies
    • planned obsolescence 
    • new and emerging technologies and materials
    • The Double Diamond Design approach and its application for Unit 3
    • Unit 3 Outcome 1 SAC
    • SAT requirements

    Participants will receive the recording, presenter slides and associated resources after the event.

    NOTE: The link for this session will be sent via email a business day prior to the event. 

    • 28 Feb 2024
    • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Online
    Registration is closed


    When: Wednesday 28th Feb, 4pm - 6pm

    Where: Online - link provided 1 business day prior to event.

    Presenter: Colin Chapman

    Cost:

    • $75 for members
    • $115 for non-members 
    • $45 for students/CRT Members

    The recording will be available as part of a Unit 1 resources pack from the DATTA Vic shop when the event has finished.

    *Note DATTA Vic are also delivering a webinar on VCE Systems Engineering Unit 3 on Monday 19th Feb. 

    This professional learning activity is delivered via WebEx and is designed to get you ready for the year ahead. 

    It is ideal for educators who are new or returning to teaching VCE Systems Engineering, or those who simply want to improve their knowledge and understanding of the study design. The session will focus on how to teach Unit 1 Mechanical Systems, and will cover:

    • Unit 1 Outcome 1 - Mechanical system design
    • Unit 1 Outcome 2 - Producing and evaluating mechanical systems
    • Assessment
    • embedding skills in innovation, complex problem solving, leadership and teamwork in your teaching

    Participants will receive the recording, presenter slides and associated resources after the event.

    NOTE: The link for this session will be sent via email a business day prior to the event. 

    • 2 Mar 2024
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • Online
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    When: Saturday 2nd March, 9am - 11am

    Where: Online 

    Presenter: Michael Slinger

    Cost:

    • $35 per student 
    • Free for accompanying teacher (if member)
    • $80 per teacher participating without any students
    • $45 for CRTs/Preservice teachers without any students

    Form must be completed by a teacher on behalf of all students. 

    The Webex link will be sent 2 days prior to the event - the teacher who registered their students is responsible for sending these details to them.

    This online workshop is an invaluable experience for students undertaking VCE Systems Engineering.

    Experienced educator Michael Slinger will take an in-depth look at the VCE School-Assessed Task (SAT), with a range of tips and activities that prepare participants for the year ahead, including:

    • Managing backups and version control
    • Interpreting the criteria and how to provide evidence
    • Visual communication skills
    • Effective testing processes
    • Marking and assessment
    • Opportunities to ask specific questions or raise topics of your own
      • 5 Mar 2024
      • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
      • Online
      Register

      When: Tuesday 5th March, 4pm - 6pm

      Where: Online - link provided one business day before event.

      Presenter: Jacinta O'Leary

      Cost:

      • $75 for members
      • $115 for non-members 
      • $45 for students/CRT Members

      The recording will be available as part of a Unit 1 resources pack from the DATTA Vic shop when the event has finished.

      *Note DATTA Vic are also delivering a webinar on VCE PD&T Unit 3 on Feb 27th. 

      This professional learning activity is delivered via WebEx and is designed to get you ready for the year ahead. 

      It is ideal for educators who are new or returning to teaching VCE Product Design & Technologies (as 2024 is the year of the new study design implementation.) It will take an in-depth look VCE PD&T Unit 1, covering all you need to know about Design Practices.  The session will focus on how to teach:

      • Working collaboratively and in teams
      • Developing and conceptualising designs
      • Generating, designing and producing
      • Cross Study Specifications
      • The Double Diamond Design approach and its application for Unit 1
      • Assessment requirements

      Participants will receive the recording, presenter slides and associated resources after the event.

      NOTE: The link for this session will be sent via email a business day prior to the event. 

      • 6 Mar 2024
      • 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM
      • Banyule Nillumbik Tech School
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      When: Wednesday 6th March, 9:30am - 3:30pm

      Where: Banyule Nillumbik Tech School, Greensborough

      Presenter: David Payne (STEM Educator)

      Cost:

      • $209 for members
      • $349 for non-members 
      • $109 for university students/CRT Members/Pre-service teachers

      NB: If you are a partner school with Banyule Nillumbik Tech School, please contact events@datta.vic.edu.au about registering and further information. 

      Morning tea and lunch will be provided.

      Your school might already own a laser cutter and/or 3D printers, and you might even know how to use them, BUT do you know how to properly care, clean and maintain for your machines? (Especially if you don't have a Technician in house!)

      This professional learning session is perfect for teachers/technicians who want to learn about the software, care and maintenance of their laser cutters and 3D printers. 

      STEM Educator, David Payne, will guide you through a whole day of learning about these amazing machines!

      Banyule Nillumbik Tech School have Trotec Laser Cutters and Ultimaker 3D Printers and these machines will be used for demonstrations, but the concepts learnt on the day will mostly still apply to your school's machines!

      You will learn about: 

      - the software for your laser

      - how to clean and maintain your laser

      - things you should do before and after each use of your laser

      - the software for your 3D printer

      - how to clean and maintain your 3D printer

      - how to change the filament of your 3D printer

      - how to troubleshoot issues with the laser &/ 3D printer


      NB: If you are a partner school with Banyule Nillumbik Tech School, please contact events@datta.vic.edu.au further information. 

      • 12 Mar 2024
      • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
      • Online
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      Part of our Sustainable & Ethical design series - 

      A PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM WITH SUSTAINABILITY VICTORIA


      When: Tuesday 12th March

      Where: Online, 4pm - 5pm

      Presenters: Chris Smith, Territory Manager Victoria, Repeat Plastics Australia (Replas)

      Cost:

      • Free for DATTA Vic Members ONLY

      Sustainability is at the heart of our entire learning area, from the early years right through to VCE PD&T and Systems Engineering.

      In P-10, students create design solutions for a sustainable future.

      In VCE Systems, they develop systems engineering processes that improve environmental sustainability.

      And in the new VCE PD&T , the circular economy and ethical product design are key concepts that underpin the entire study design.

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      Replas is an Australian company specialising in delivering sustainable recycled plastic products for built environments and public domain spaces.

      Established in regional Victoria, Replas is built on innovative, leading-edge technologies developed by our team over 40 years, repurposing end-of-life plastic into durable products that can themselves be recycled, closing the loop for a truly circular outcome.

      We're delighted to welcome Chris Smith from Replas who will present at this very special free event for our members. Chris will share the history of the company, the science behind working with recycled plastics and the innovative products they develop. He'll share why Replas is a fantastic example of the circular economy  and the drive to eliminate plastic waste that we are lucky to have right her in our own back yard!



      Throughout 2024, DATTA Vic will be collaborating with Sustainability Victoria on a series of free members' webinars focussing on sustainable and ethical design. These sessions are designed for teachers of the new VCE PD&T study design, and will address the 6 Sustainability Frameworks and Strategies outlined in the key knowledge:

      • 6Rs: Rethink, Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Repair
      • circular economy
      • cradle-to-cradle approach
      • Design for Disassembly (DfD)
      • Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR)
      • lifecycle analysis/assessment (LCA)
      • triple bottom line

      This program will also support teachers of VCE Systems Engineering, who aim to teach students  about new or emerging developments in systems engineering processes that improve economic and environmental sustainability.

      Teachers of P-10 Design & Technologies will also benefit from these sessions, as they explore the social, ethical and sustainability considerations that impact on designed solutions for global preferred futures and the complex design and production processes involved.

        • 15 Mar 2024
        • 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM
        • Abbotsford Convent
        • 14
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        When: Friday, 15th March, 9:30am - 3pm

        Where: Abbotsford Convent

        Presenter: Chantelle Taxis 

        Cost:

        • $209 for members
        • $330 for non-members 
        • $109 for students/CRT Members

        Morning tea and lunch will be provided.

        Join us for a day of exciting professional learning, at the Abbotsford Convent where the beautiful and lush surrounds should really get your creative juices flowing.

        Run by the talented and experienced Art, Textiles & Design and Technology teacher, Chantelle Taxis, you will learn some fun and creative techniques and use a variety of different equipment to create fashion illustrations – not only garments!

        She will also take you through how to annotate your illustrations using the correct terminology to discuss designs - the elements and principles of design. 

        This session is directed to teachers that are new to teaching textiles but is a great session for teachers that need some sacred, dedicated time to practice skills that they would like to share in the classroom.

        Please try to bring the following items:

        • scissors/cutting knife
        • coloured/watercolour pencils
        • lead pencils
        • eraser
        • sharpener
        • watercolours and paint brushes
        • black waterproof pens


        • 20 Mar 2024
        • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
        • Online
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        When: Wednesday 20th March, 4pm - 6pm

        Where: Online - link provided 1 business day prior to event.

        Presenter: Anthony Timpano

        Cost:

        • $75 for members
        • $115 for non-members 
        • $45 for students/CRT Members

        Join Anthony Timpano, who will be logging on all the way from Taiwan, to learn about how to turn your current classroom into a Makerspace! 

        Anthony has been a teacher for over 20 years, teaching in the subject areas of Systems Engineering, Digital Technologies, Product Design and Technologies and many more! In 2020, he moved from Victoria to Taiwan and is employed as the Makerspace Coordinator, Design Thinking and Innovation Teacher and while doing this he is also completing his PhD, with his research focussing on the STEM Makerspace Learning Environment and STEM Education for upper elementary students.

        This session is ideal for primary and secondary educators who require their room to be equip with different tools and technology in order to provide the facilities required to teach design in a more wholistic way. 

        By the end of the session, participants will have a greater understanding of what is required in a Makerspace as well as projects that can be delivered at different year levels in order to utilise the technologies required for Design and Technologies. 

          Participants will receive the recording, presenter slides and associated resources after the event.

          NOTE: The link for this session will be sent via email a business day prior to the event. 

          • 26 Mar 2024
          • 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM
          • Art Tree Creations - Bayswater
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          When: Tuesday 26th March, 9:30am - 3:30pm

          Where: Art Tree Creations - Bayswater

          Presenter: Scott Thompson - Co-Owner 

          Cost:

          • $370 for members
          • $470 for non-members 

          Morning tea and lunch will be provided.

          Have you needed some quality time to experiment with resin, silicone mould making and new emerging materials to use with your students in class?

          Do you need to understand the safety aspects or how to use these materials in your classroom?

          Would you like to learn about alternate ways of prototyping and model making, especially with materials that give a refined, professional finish?

          Well, this is the professional learning session you’ve been waiting for!

          Join Scott, the co-owner and founder of Art Tree Creations, in his studio in Bayswater, as he takes you through a hands-on learning experience looking at the ‘how tos’ of:

          • Resin and timber slab
          • Jesmonite – the brand of a composite material which is a combination of gypsum (a mineral created from sedimentary rock) and water-based acrylic resin 
          • Using correct techniques to combine these with timber
          • Creating your own silicone mould from start to finish

          All participants will leave with sample pieces they have created which they can have on hand to show their students!  These can help to inspire student creativity when designing and move them away from some of the more conventional production methods!

          Participants will also be given the opportunity to look around at all the other amazing products and sample products ‘Art Tree Creations’ have on offer, that can be used in various way in the Design and Technologies classroom.

          This professional learning experience is directed to all teachers in the Design and Technologies realm – be it primary or secondary. If you’d like to invite teachers from the Visual Arts faculty at your school, this session is also very applicable for them and their students.


          • 22 Apr 2024
          • 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM
          • In Aetheria Studio - Kensington
          • 12
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          When: Monday 22nd April, 9:30am - 3:30pm

          Where: Kensington - In Aetheria Studio

          Presenter: Amanda Lo Bartolo

          Cost:

          • $349 for members
          • $459 for non-members 
          • $229 for students/CRT Members

          Morning tea and lunch will be provided.

          Join us for a day of exciting professional learning, inside the In Aetheria studio, where you will spend your day gaining confidence in a textile decoration technique that will also give you the opportunity to let your creative juices flow! 

          Run by the talented multifaceted designer, artist, creatrix and founder of In Aetheria, Amanda Lo Bartolo! Amanda studied Fashion Design at RMIT and her experiences kept leading her to this free flowing and magical discipline. 

          During the session you will create your own water marbled textile piece as well as leave with different fabric sample swatches to show and inspire your students. 

          This professional learning session is directed to any Design and Technologies teachers at any experience level and the medium being focussed on will be fabric. 

          Life started to make a whole lot more sense, when Amanda, the founder of In Aetheria Studio realised her offering to the world was to be the merging of the art of water marbling with fashion design and healing into one experience. 

          This workshop will introduce attendees to the traditional techniques of water marbling, whilst then being encouraged and guided to look beyond the guidelines and discover their own flavour, their own personality expressed via the art form to make room for innovation. Amanda fell in love with how the art is a visually stimulating and mindful practice in itself, which is why she felt called to share it with the world.

          The focus of the workshops are as versatile prints for any end use one may imagine, whilst Amanda specialises in applying the art onto fabric and exploring the design opportunities this provides - the creativity doesn’t have to end in the studio, the marbling may be a great starting point to further design development and exploration! 


          • 2 May 2024
          • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
          • Online
          Register

          PART OF OUR SUSTAINABLE & ETHICAL DESIGN SERIES - 

          A PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM WITH SUSTAINABILITY VICTORIA

          When: Thursday, 2nd May

          Where: Online 4pm - 5pm

          Presenters: 

          • Florian van den Corput 

          Cost:

          • Free for DATTA Vic Members ONLY

          Join Sustainability Victoria's Florian van den Corput, as he gives an in-depth explanation about the concept of a Circular Economy, one of the six sustainability frameworks/strategies in the Product Design and Technologies study design. 

          Florian is the Senior Advisor on Circular Economy at Sustainability Victoria, an Industrial Design Engineer by education and a specialist in developing circular solutions from concept to implementation.

          With experience in consultancies, industry and multiple levels of government, Florian’s expertise lies in using design thinking to build bridges between strategy and execution.

          He currently works for the Victorian Government to help identify gaps and opportunities, advise on policy and program design, and develop solutions to accelerate our transition to a circular economy.

          This session is relevant to all Design and Technologies teachers and will help you get your head around what a circular economy is and how it is applied to product design.  

          *This session is free and open to all DATTA Vic Members, but registrations are essential. Please share this with your colleagues within your own school networks*

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          Thank you to Sustainability Victoria for partnering with DATTA Vic to present this professional learning session.

            • 5 Jun 2024
            • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
            • Online
            Registration is closed


            When: Wednesday 5th June, 4pm - 6pm

            Where: Online - link provided one business day before event.

            Presenter: Andy Ding

            Cost:

            • $75 for members
            • $115 for non-members 
            • $45 for students/CRT Members

            The recording will be available as part of a Unit 2 resources pack from the DATTA Vic shop when the event has finished.

            This professional learning workshop is ideal for educators who are new or returning to teaching VCE Product Design & Technologies (as 2024 is the year of the new study design implementation.) It will take an in-depth look VCE PD&T Unit 2, covering all you need to know about Positive Impacts for End Users. The session will focus on how to teach:

            • about the role and work of designers who create products that support positive impacts for end users
            • designing for positive impacts
            • cultural influences on design 
            • The Double Diamond Design approach and its application for Unit 2
            • Assessment for Unit 2

            Participants will receive the recording, presenter slides and associated resources after the event.

            NOTE: The link for this session will be sent via email a business day prior to the event. 

            • 24 Jun 2024
            • 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM
            • Banyule Nillumbik Tech School
            • 20
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            When: Monday 24th June, 9:30am - 3:30pm

            Where: Banyule Nillumbik Tech School, Greensborough

            Presenter: David Payne (STEM Educator)

            Cost:

            • $169 for members
            • $269 for non-members 
            • $99 for university students/CRT Members/Pre-service teachers

            NB: If you are a partner school with Banyule Nillumbik Tech School, please contact events@datta.vic.edu.au about registering and further information. 

            Morning tea and lunch will be provided.

            This professional learning workshop is for teachers who are hoping to learn the basics of Fusion 360 for their classrooms. Prior to the session you will be sent information about how to become an administrator of the free CAD program so that you can set up your own classroom and add your students. 

            The day will include learning about the program, troubleshooting, the basic tools required to start drawing in CAD as well as how to save and export files so that you can use them to cut on a laser cutter or print on a 3D printer. 

            David Payne, STEM Educator at BNTS, will guide you through the day with his wealth of knowledge and expertise about Fusion 360.  

            NB: If you are a partner school with Banyule Nillumbik Tech School, please contact events@datta.vic.edu.au about registering and further information. 

          Past events

          23 Feb 2024 VCE PD&T Unit 1 & 3 Face to Face Teacher Workshop (PL2405)
          21 Feb 2024 VCE Systems Engineering Unit 3 Online Workshop (PL2401)
          13 Dec 2023 VCE PD&T UNIT 1 & 3 PLANNING DAY (2024-2028 New Study) Teacher Workshop (PL2354)
          1 Dec 2023 TOMORROW'S INNOVATORS
          21 Nov 2023 How to teach 'The Double Diamond Design Process' (PL2346SP)
          20 Nov 2023 Build your own infrared controlled Mini Musical Jukebox (Arduino or Picaxe) (PL2351SP)
          17 Nov 2023 Bodices & Bustiers: Fitting the Female Form (PL2339)
          31 Oct 2023 The Pen Tool & Adobe Illustrator (PL2349SP)
          19 Oct 2023 Industrial Design Students as Technicians in Schools Event (PL2352)
          18 Oct 2023 DATTA Vic Special Members' Event & AGM | Celebrating First Nations' Knowledge in Design & Technologies(PL2353SP)
          16 Oct 2023 Design & Technologies Week 2023
          5 Oct 2023 Teaching Design & Creative Thinking Masterclass for Primary Teachers (PL2345SP)
          29 Sep 2023 VCE Systems Engineering Online Exam Prep for Students (PL2348)
          18 Sep 2023 Success with Systems Engineering Masterclass (PL2336SP)
          16 Sep 2023 VCE PD&T Online Exam Prep for Students (PL2333)
          28 Aug 2023 VCE Systems Engineering Exam Prep for Teachers (PL2350)
          18 Aug 2023 The DATTA Vic Symposium - The New VCE PD&T Study Design (PL2341SP)
          16 Aug 2023 Online Teach Meet - STEM Projects - Deep Dive Years 9 & 10 (PL2327SP)
          8 Aug 2023 Fusion 360 for Beginners (PL2342SP)
          1 Aug 2023 VCE PD&T Exam Prep for Teachers (PL2347)
          25 Jul 2023 Cloud-based CAD for Beginners with Onshape (PL2329SP)
          21 Jul 2023 Emerging Materials - Resin & Jesmonite (PL2330SP)
          17 Jul 2023 Online Teach Meet - A.I for Design & Technologies Teachers (PL2340SP)
          11 Jul 2023 Online Teaching Design Masterclass, Term 3 (PL2337)
          3 Jul 2023 Creative Futures Annual Design Workshop
          19 Jun 2023 (Cancelled) Online Teach Meet - Surviving Semester One! (PL2343)
          13 Jun 2023 Start Designing in 3D with Tinkercad (PL2328SP)
          7 Jun 2023 'Cut & Create' - an intro to laser cutting (PL2325SP)
          31 May 2023 Online Teach Meet - STEM Projects - Deep Dive Years 7 & 8 (PL2326SP)
          22 May 2023 VCE PD&T Unit 2 Online - 22nd May, 2023 (PL2322SP)
          22 May 2023 IM-PERMANENT Schools Program - Mycelium and Sustainability(PL2323)
          17 May 2023 Build Your Own Micro-controller based Robot (PL2315SP)
          15 May 2023 VCE PD&T Unit 4 Online - May 15th 2023 (PL2321SP)
          12 May 2023 VCE PD&T Unit 2 & 4 Face to Face Teacher Workshop (PL2320SP)
          2 May 2023 Online Teaching Design Masterclass, Term 2 (PL2312)
          28 Apr 2023 Beginners' Guide to 3D modelling with SketchUp (PL2311SP)
          24 Apr 2023 STEM Upskilling Members' Incursion Term 2 - Having fun with Arduino (PL2332)
          4 Apr 2023 Making drawing easy with ‘Procreate’ (PL2317SP)
          24 Mar 2023 Fashion Illustration at the Convent (PL2310)
          23 Mar 2023 STEM Upskilling Members' Incursion - Get Started with Arduino (PL2324)
          14 Mar 2023 Fusion 360 Intermediate Online Workshops (PL2313SP)
          7 Mar 2023 Online Teach Meet - Link your School with Industry – Spotlight on CSIRO (PL2318SP)
          6 Mar 2023 VCE PD&T Unit 1 Online - 6th March, 2023 (PL2304SP)
          28 Feb 2023 VCE Systems Engineering Unit 3 Online - 28 Feb, 2023 (PL2305SP)
          27 Feb 2023 VCE PD&T Unit 3 Online - 27th Feb, 2023 (PL2302SP)
          21 Feb 2023 VCE Systems Engineering Unit 1 Online - 21st Feb, 2023 (PL2306SP)
          17 Feb 2023 VCE PD&T Unit 1 & 3 Face to Face Teacher Workshop (PL2301SP)
          9 Dec 2022 Designing the Future Conference
          14 Nov 2022 OH&S in the Technology Classroom (PL2250)
          27 Oct 2022 Teaching Design & Creative Thinking Masterclass for Primary Teachers (PL2247)
          26 Oct 2022 DATTA Vic Special Members' Event & AGM at Melbourne School of Design (PL2249)
          20 Oct 2022 Online Teach Meet -Everything you need to know about laser cutters in the D&T classroom! (PL2248)
          18 Oct 2022 Fusion 360 for Education - Upskilling for Beginners (PL2240)
          17 Oct 2022 National Design & Technologies Week 2022
          1 Oct 2022 VCE Systems Engineering Exam Prep for Students - Online (PL2227)
          17 Sep 2022 VCE PD&T Exam Prep for Students - Online (PL2231)
          8 Sep 2022 Online Teach Meet - Tech for Textiles – Using the Cricut in Design & Technologies (PL2238)
          1 Sep 2022 STEM Upskilling Members' Incursion - Get Started with Arduino in Shepparton (PL2243)
          30 Aug 2022 Solidworks in the Classroom Masterclass (PL2245)
          25 Aug 2022 Online Teach Meet - Future-focused STEM (PL2239)
          25 Aug 2022 STEM Upskilling Members' Incursion - Get Started with Arduino (PL2242)
          2 Aug 2022 Fusion 360 for Education - Upskilling for Beginners (PL2233)
          28 Jul 2022 Getting Started with Arduino Teacher Masterclass (PL2234)
          6 Jul 2022 Creative Futures Annual Design Workshop
          21 Jun 2022 Innovation Through Design (PL2229)
          16 May 2022 Online Teach Meet - Indigenous Education in Design & Technologies (PL2222)
          2 May 2022 VCE PD&T Unit 4 Webinar (PL2218)

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