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Computers and technology


Roma State College aims to provide a means for students to develop as independent, reflective, inquiry driven learners in an ever-changing world through a creative, connected, and rigorous real-world curriculum.

Computers have been in classrooms for many years and over the past ten years the use of Information Communication Technologies (ICT) has grown within the classroom. Teachers as life-long learners continue to focus on curriculum and balance their pedagogical skills to best use ICT in an educationally purposeful way.

Technology facilitates the creation and sharing of knowledge. It provides the extensive ability to share information locally and globally. By utilising virtual classrooms and online learning environments, students can research, collaborate, present, create, refine and represent knowledge in contemporary and meaningful ways. Access to 1:1 technology allows students to transition seamlessly from learning at school to home, and in between. It provides opportunities for students to be challenged by tasks that were once inconceivable; truly transforming learning and preparing students to be the innovators, entrepreneurs and digital leaders of tomorrow.
  • Student Laptop Program

    The Student Laptop Program has been developed to meet the needs of our students, while remaining affordable. Beginning in Term 3 2016, RSC will begin a pilot program to trial the SLP for Year 10 students.