Learning Technology in the classroom

The inclusion of learning technologies has become an integral part of the classroom at all levels of education. They provide students with the opportunities to develop a range of multimedia skills, undertake online research, explore new ideas, create new learning and products, as well as present their ideas using a range of formats. Today’s students think, learn and live in an increasingly digital world. 

At Mullauna we create a digital learning environment that provides opportunities for students to use technology seamlessly, flexibly and creatively to support their ongoing learning. Our philosophy is ‘Any place, any time, any platform’ with students having access to both Windows and Apple learning laboratories as well as laptop trolleys that can be wheeled into any classroom.

The college has a ‘Bring Your Own Device’ (BYOD) program for years 7 through 12.

Students may bring ONE device for use in their classes.

Students can choose to bring a device with the following specifications:

-          Laptop (must run Windows 8 or later)

-          Mac book (must run Mac OSX 10.7 or later)

-          Tablet (must run Microsoft Windows 8 or later)

Please note Android devices, Chrome books and iPADs will not be supported.

For more information please refer to the Mullauna College  BYOD policy and IT Code of Ethics.