Anthony Speranza | Ict Learning And Teaching Leader
St. Mark's Primary School

Anthony Speranza, Ict Learning And Teaching Leader, St. Mark's Primary School

Anthony Speranza is a Certified Google for Education Trainer and Innovator, the 2014 DLTV Educator of the Year as awarded by Digital Learning and Teaching Victoria, and a 2017 ‘New Voice’ in Educational Leadership Scholar as awarded by the Australian Council for Educational Leaders.

In his role as the ICT Learning & Teaching Leader at St. Mark’s Primary School in Dingley Victoria, Anthony has established several digital several digital literacy initiatives, developed cybersafety programs, and introduced a range of technologies for Learning & Teaching including Google Suite for Education and Chromebooks.  He works across the school with all students, and leads teachers to leverage technology to its full potential.

Anthony holds degrees in B.Education & B.Arts, and recently completed his M. Education (ICT). He is passionate about contemporary spaces, pedagogies, and collaborative practises amongst educators. He believes that educators can and should disrupt conventional methods of education for the better, with and without technology.

Anthony has worked with a wide range of educators, schools and networks. He aims to bring the best out of teachers, leaders, and organisations for transformational change.


Day 2 @ 11:30

Teaching computational thinking and coding with Scratch

  • Understanding the wide curriculum links and applications to Computer Science and Digital Technologies in the Australian Curriculum
  • Scratch as a powerful coding and solutions platform for junior and middle years
  • Educator resources and examples to teach Computer Science in a rigorous manner to meet the demands of the curriculum
last published: 20/Mar/19 21:15 GMT

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