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Podcast: Teaching digital technologies in high schools

We’re back with a fresh new episode of The Buzz About STEM. Teachers? You’re going to love it

Teachers today are facing challenges like the integration of AI, staff shortages, time pressures and teaching outside of expert areas. Heather Catchpole, co-founder and head of content of Careers with STEM and Refraction Media, spoke with James Curran, CEO of Grok Academy, on tools, tips and techniques for teaching digital technologies in 2024.

Listen to the ‘Teaching digital technologies in high schools’ podcast and let us know what you think in the comments below! Please feel free to share this with your colleagues as well!

More about Grok Academy

Grok Academy is your home for Digital Technologies education offering classroom-ready online and unplugged resources. Drawing on decades of experience in teaching digital technologies, they provide support through teaching resources, professional learning, and curriculum guidance. As an Australian charity, they aim to empower the next generation with the skills, knowledge, and dispositions they need to become the creators of tomorrow.

Careers with STEM x teacher resources

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  • Download Job Kits that introduce students to in-demand STEM careers and provide insights into study paths, roles, salaries and different industries
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For more podcast episodes, visit The Buzz About STEM page.

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