The Australian education landscape is changing in the face of technology, and everyone connected to our schools is feeling the impact – not just students, but parents and teachers as well.
As more and more students gain access to their own computers, 'bring your own device' policies are becoming an increasingly hot topic for educators, whose role it is to work out how these devices are integrated into the classroom.
Check out our infographic to see how technology is fitting into Australian schools, and the different ways schools are approaching BYOD.
Students, computers and learning: Making the connection, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (2015).
2016 census data, Australian Bureau of Statistics.
2014 Australian School Library Survey, Softlink.
ICT in schools for teaching and learning, Audit Office of New South Wales (2017).
Australian Students in a Digital World, Australian Council for Education Research (2015)