Digital Teaching and Learning
The development and refinement of ICT literacy enable students to develop vital work-related skills, including working collaboratively and problem-solving in an increasingly digital world.
Cathedral College Wangaratta values the rich learning experiences that the managed integration of learning technologies can provide for students. The promotion and advancement of such integration are core to the College’s educational philosophies and consistent with a 21st Century learning environment.
The use of technology to facilitate learning is an integral part of the teaching and learning process at Cathedral College Wangaratta. Our aim is to ensure that all students have access to opportunities to learn anytime, anywhere, and that they have the tools to make this possible. Students develop information and communication technology (ICT) capabilities as they learn to use ICTs effectively and appropriately to access, create and communicate information and ideas.
The development and refinement of ICT literacy enable students to develop vital work-related skills, including problem-solving and working collaboratively in an increasingly digital world. We aim to best prepare our students for further education and training and to live and work responsibly and effectively in a rapidly changing world.