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Online learning

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Digital Curriculum

Burpengary State Secondary College continue to support our students online learning needs through OneNote, The Learning Place and other digital platforms. These resources will continue to be made available to our students to support their program of study.

In addition, Education Queensland have developed curriculum resources for students to continue their learning is they are unable to access school.

​Email

All students enrolled in a state school receive a unique username, password and associated email address. A password can be reset at school or expired passwords can be changed at https://owa.eq.edu.au/

The student email address is based on the student username:   username@eq.edu.au

Students can access their school emails through any of the following sites:

This email must be used for all school related tasks and correspondence with teachers.

Student emails are filtered (including attachments) by the Department of Education and inappropriate language will be detected and emails quarantined. Burpengary State Secondary College's ICT Acceptable Use Policy must be followed when sending and receiving emails using a school account.

Learning tools

Students may be directed by their teachers to the following sites:

  • Virtual Classrooms through Blackboard, students receive an email invitation to the virtual classrooms they have been enrolled in.
  • ​Students will receive an email to the Class Notebooks they have been added to by their teachers.
  • The ​Student Learning Place provides links to edStudio and other useful student resources.

Student SharePoint

Student Hub is Burpengary State Secondary College's SharePoint site for students. This site is only accessible using a school username and password.

ClickView

ClickView Online is a video library system to support curriculum delivery.

coding@home TV

Engage in real-world coding problems and solutions, featuring a number of industry partners. The show will also promote opportunities to get involved in the 2020 Premier’s Coding Challenge. coding@home TV for secondary students will air on Fridays from 11.30am to 12.00pm on 10 Peach. 

Catch-up episodes are also available on the Education Department’s YouTube channel. 

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Last reviewed 08 June 2020
Last updated 08 June 2020