Understanding your world with design, systems and computational thinking: Hands on.
Martin Levin’s role at the Australian Curriculum and Reporting Authority supports school leaders to facilitate the implementation of the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies in specific schools in disadvantaged areas.
He was the pioneer of internet use in K-12 education in Australia. His small rural school was the first in Australia, and one of the first in the world, to be connected to the internet. He has helped a generation of teachers and students through the huge cultural changes of the technological revolution.
Martin has a history as a science, design, and technology educator with a love for empowerment in learning. His experience in education runs the full gamut from primary to tertiary, and includes significant involvement in the development and delivery of strategic planning and change management for educational technology deployment with schools, and school systems, and the development, promotion and delivery of education and training courses.
As a regular presenter at domestic and international conferences, Martin has a wealth of experience in opportunities analysis and assessment, and the ability to bring good ideas to fruition.
He is the immediate past president of the Australian Council for Computing in Education (ACCE), the National Innovation and Science Agenda (for the Australian Curriculum Authority for Reporting and Assessment), EduTech national conferences, Future-u.org and Day of STEM (LifeJourney) advisory committees.
He has enjoyed a wide readership as the education columnist for Australian Macworld magazine and co-authored the seminal texts: “Bring Your Own Technology” (ACER press, 2012), and “BYOT: The Digital Evolution of Schooling (February, 2016).
His particular interest is the enhancement in learning that can happen with appropriate infusion of Information Communications Technologies.