One to One BYOD Program


The Alice Springs (Mparntwe) Education Declaration (2019) sets out a vision for a world class education system that encourages and supports every student to be the very best they can be, no matter where they live or what kind of learning challenges they may face.

This declaration recognises the importance placed on how an education system must also prepare young people to thrive in a time of rapid social and technological change, and complex environmental, social and economic challenges. Education plays a vital role in promoting the intellectual, physical, social, emotional, moral, spiritual and aesthetic development and wellbeing of young Australians, and in ensuring the nation’s ongoing economic prosperity and social cohesion. They need to deal with information abundance, and navigate questions of trust and authenticity. They need flexibility, resilience, creativity, and the ability and drive to keep on learning throughout their lives.

Infant Jesus School endeavours to provide all staff and children with the skills, tools and mind set to achieve success in a rapidly changing technological and information rich world. Our aim is to develop our staff, children and parents into responsible digital citizens who are able to interact collaboratively as members of the connected global community. By integrating Information and Communication Technologies into all areas of the Australian Curriculum our aim is to provide powerful and effective tools to engage children, empower teachers and involve parents in developing lifelong learners.

Please read the  ICT Program at Infant Jesus School.

Please see the Infant Jesus School BYOD Program Booklet (PDF).  This book is also available for free from the iBook Store on all Apple Devices.

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