Digital technologies include all devices used to create, manipulate, transmit or store images, words, numbers, moving images, and sounds. This includes, but is not limited to, laptop computers, desktop computers, digital still and video cameras, mp3 recorders and players, scanners, printers, mobile phones, PDAs, memory devices, network infrastructure, and the Internet.
Our vision for digital and information literacies
Digital and information literacies engage with the DC vision (Grow. Discover. Dream.) to support:
structured and purposeful inquiry
investigating, creating, personalising, communicating, collaborating, and organising
being responsible for their own learning
developing and applying strategies for critical and creative thinking, making connections, and applying new understandings and skills in different contexts
authentic use of technology within learning and teaching
embracing new opportunities where technology can enhance learning
Mobile devices and any devices with a camera are explicitly banned from any area of the school where privacy may be of concern, for example, changing rooms and toilets.