IT Peer Tutoring 10 and is a personalised learning environment where students will develop technology based skills to help support their peers, teachers and others in the Riverside community. The primary goal of this course is to provide students with a foundational digital skill set to become digitally literate citizens, and have these students provide support and training to staff, students and the community regarding digital literacies, and the importance of leaving a positive digital footprint to enhance and strengthen the digital culture at Riverside. Furthermore, students will be provided opportunities to actively engage, mentor, and educate our students, staff and community on various topics related to becoming a digitally fluent community. This course is taken outside of the timetable and is a combination of face to face learning and inquiry based projects.

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