James Curran | Director Australian Computing Academy
University of Sydney

James Curran, Director Australian Computing Academy, University of Sydney

James Curran is the Academic Director of the Australian Computing Academy and an Associate Professor in the School of Information Technologies, University of Sydney.
He is Director of the National Computer Science School, the largest computer science school outreach program in Australia. Last year, over 10,000 students and teachers participated in the 5-week NCSS Challenge. James is a co-founder of Grok Learning, an Edtech startup that aims to teach children everywhere to learn to code.
He was a writer on the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies, the new national computing curriculum.
In 2014, James was named ICT Leader of the Year by the ICT Educators of NSW and the Australian Council for Computers in Education.


Day 2 @ 10:10

Unpacking the digital technologies curriculum

  • Learn how to navigate the new curriculum's objectives and messages
  • Understand critical terms and dispel myths
  • Learn about the research that supports learning and teaching of Digital Technologies
last published: 20/Mar/19 21:15 GMT

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