Australian educational technologies trends

Jason Zagami, Petrea Redmond, Travis Joy, Kim Flintoff, Anthony Speranza, Rachael Shires, Neil Harris, Tracy Sleeman, Celia Canning, Kim Vernon, Peter Sercombe, Steve Madsen, Robyn Finch, Michael Jones, Amanda Hogan, Sue Urban, Bronwyn Moreton, Yvonne Harrison, Cathy Hunt, Patricia LonerganGlenn Finger, Philip Feain, Martin Levins, Julie-Anne Angell, Matthew Jorgensen, Tony Brandenburg, Lauren Stanhope, Fiona Banjer, Kylie Docherty, Peter Thompson, Allen Stephen, Amanda Rablin, Liam Garvey, Julie King, Chris Campbell

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report (public)


The Australian Educational Technologies Trends (AETT) report provides an overview to assist teachers, school leaders, academics and industry, in understanding and planning for the use of digital technologies in Australian schools over the next five years - 2019 to 2023.

The report explores four research categories: 1. Educational technologies that will be used; 2. Challenges schools will face; 3. Trends that will have the most impact; and 4. Approaches schools will take to computer education. The report presents an overall consensus in each research category, and the views of particular contexts: subgroups such as parents, school leaders, teachers, students, etc. whose perspective often varies from the overall consensus. Cost-benefit and professional learning priorities are also identified.

The AETT report has been a collaborative effort from 118 of Australia’s leading educational technologies teachers, academics and industry leaders, invited to provide guidance on the trends occurring in the use of digital technologies in Australian primary and secondary schools. The AETT report was supported by the Australian Council for Computers in Education (ACCE), the CSIRO through the Digital Careers Australia program, and Griffith University.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationQueensland , Australia
PublisherGriffith University
Commissioning bodyAustralian Council for Computers in Education
Number of pages12
Publication statusPublished - 2018


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