Resources for educators

Resources on digital learning, participation, and enjoyment.

Digital technologies and early years education

The Digital Child comprises almost 200 researchers across six Australian universities, 14 international universities, and over 20 partners, including Early Childhood Australia, SciTech, and Goodstart Early Learning.

Our researchers conduct evidence-based transdisciplinary research related to children and digital technologies. In addition to hosting educators and their classes in our Children’s Technology Spaces, we provide research-informed guidance on digital learning, participation, and enjoyment.

Report: Teaching digital citizenship in primary schools and early education settings

Find out about the outcomes of a project that adapted Common Sense’s Digital Citizenship curriculum into impactful eSafety education in fifteen Australian Primary Schools and one early education centre.

Read the report

Catchup on past events via our YouTube channel

We upload recordings of public events to our YouTube channel. Recordings include panel discussion and presentations.

Can we create a better Children’s Internet?

A better Children’s Internet would create a better Internet for all. Our researchers have produced a working paper that prompts us to consider what it really means to have fun, productive, safe, diverse and ethical internet experiences.

Read the working paper

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