Tracey Dunnett - Round 1, 2018 Champion

Bringing digital skills to regional schools

Tracey Dunnett is a teacher who is committed to improving digital outcomes for students in the Gladstone region. She regularly provides digital training sessions for students, teachers and parents, and seeks out digital learning opportunities for the region.

With more than 20 years’ experience in education, Tracey is currently the librarian and specialist digital teacher at Clinton State School. She regularly commits time outside of school hours to assist teachers on their digital journey, demonstrating how to use robotics to enhance student learnings. With Tracey’s guidance, Clinton State School teachers and students competed in the Gladstone Robotics Competition.

In 2016, Tracey connected with Queensland College of Teachers to bring professional development opportunities to the region. Her leadership aided the development of a consistent digital curriculum across all primary schools in the region.

As Community Digital Champion, Tracey will continue to inspire others to learn more about digital technology by:

  • delivering hands-on technology sessions for teachers in the Gladstone region
  • hosting digital technology information sessions for parents, explaining why students are learning it in school
  • continuing to foster relationships between industry, schools, parents and community members to create a supportive digital learning environment.


Tracey is nominated by: Clinton State School

Bringing digital skills to regional schools

Tracey Dunnett is a teacher who is committed to improving digital outcomes for students in the Gladstone region. She regularly provides digital training sessions for students, teachers and parents, and seeks out digital learning opportunities for the region.

With more than 20 years’ experience in education, Tracey is currently the librarian and specialist digital teacher at Clinton State School. She regularly commits time outside of school hours to assist teachers on their digital journey, demonstrating how to use robotics to enhance student learnings. With Tracey’s guidance, Clinton State School teachers and students competed in the Gladstone Robotics Competition.

In 2016, Tracey connected with Queensland College of Teachers to bring professional development opportunities to the region. Her leadership aided the development of a consistent digital curriculum across all primary schools in the region.

As Community Digital Champion, Tracey will continue to inspire others to learn more about digital technology by:

  • delivering hands-on technology sessions for teachers in the Gladstone region
  • hosting digital technology information sessions for parents, explaining why students are learning it in school
  • continuing to foster relationships between industry, schools, parents and community members to create a supportive digital learning environment.


Tracey is nominated by: Clinton State School