The Connected Classrooms Program in NSW is providing staff and students in the state's public schools with new opportunities for collaborative learning. Using state-of-the-art technology available through the CCP, staff and students are gaining opportunities to obtain, create, collaborate and share knowledge in new ways. The CCP was introduced by the NSW State Government in 2007 and is now in its final year, a time when its benefits are starting to emerge. This article offers an overview of the program, describing the new ways of teaching and learning that it is now making possible in the NSW state system.
Subject HeadingsTeaching and learning
Information and Communications Technology (ICT)
New South Wales (NSW)