Our school is well resourced with Digital Technologies throughout the school.  Students have access to Imac desktops, IPADS, chromebooks and other digital technologies (movie cameras, cameras).

A digital citizen of Rosehill Intermediate :

  • Is a confident and capable user of ICT
  • Upholds our school values of respect, integrity and self-management when accessing ICT
  • Uses technologies to participate in a wide range of learning opportunities inside and outside of the classroom
  • Displays the characteristics of digital citizenship by using ICT to relate to others in positive, meaningful and supportive ways
  • Uses and develops critical thinking skills when accessing information through ICT
  • Is literate in the language, symbols and texts of digital technologies
  • Is aware of technology challenges and can manage them effectively
  • Respects the concepts of privacy and freedom of speech in a digital world

 

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  • Learning needs across the school are supported by well managed, flexible technologies and infrastructure

Digital Literacy at Rosehill Intermediate:

  • A digitally literate student can effectively find, summarise, evaluate, synthesise, create and communicate information using digital technologies.
  • At Rosehill Intermediate we believe:
  • Students need to be equipped with the skills necessary to operate in the ever changing digital world
  • Digital devices operated correctly strengthen the process of learning by opening new opportunities to learning
  • Technologies can promote and encourage participation, collaboration and sharing of idea
  • Technologies enable a partnership of learning, with students, staff and the community
  • Technologies will be used by teachers to support communication, collaboration, planning, assessment and reflection
  • Professional support and development for staff is essential to supporting the use of technologies
  • The Board of Trustees value and support digital enablement across our school for all students
  • Digital enablement is enhanced when we work as a community of schools
  • Student voice, teaching as inquiry and reflection is an integral part of digital enablement
  • Teachers use online communities of practice to strengthen collegial support, professional dialogue, and reflective¬†