Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is integral to the culture, philosophy and physical fabric of Melbourne Grammar School and as technology increasingly shapes our world, we believe that it is the School’s responsibility to prepare its students as well as possible for what lies beyond the School. We believe that technology facilitates the process of teaching and learning and that ICT must be embedded in the teaching and learning process.
The use of technology in all aspects of life has created an increasing demand on schools to prepare students to use that technology in a safe, legal and ethical manner. Melbourne Grammar School has a focus on responsible digital citizenship, meaning that students come to understand human, cultural, and societal issues related to technology while practising sound legal and ethical behaviour.
Personal notebook computers and tablets are fully integrated across the curriculum, and students have access to the internet, the School Learning Management System (LMS) and multimedia facilities. Through the Melbourne Grammar School LMS, students and parents are also able to access the School’s digital resources externally at any time.
The curriculum at Senior School is developed and delivered with the expectation that students have access to the following: a BYO (Bring Your Own) Device. Our network is such that students can easily connect their own devices to the network and incorporate the device as part of their learning toolkit.
|Director of eLearning||Mr Sam Denniston|