How Information and Communication Technologies are used to assist learning
At Maryborough State High, we understand that to enable students to be successful global citizens in the 21st Century, information and communication technologies must be an integral part of the learning. Currently, all of our classrooms have screens, data projectors and speakers for flexibility and use of technology within the classroom.
Professional development is accessed by staff to ensure that teachers are able to cater for the changing digital technologies and the needs of students and the school community. Currently, 10% of our teachers are working towards gaining their pedagogical license.
One of our goals is to ensure that our students are able to have access to unlimited opportunities to learn anytime, anywhere and that we provide students and teachers the tools to make this possible.
Maryborough State High School has a student to computer ratio of 1:1. Students can access computers via the many computer laboratories across the school or via the National computers for students program and also have access to pods of laptops in the resource centre and the Science block.