The Computer Game Design, Programming, Multimedia and Mathematics cluster of the Australian Schools Innovation in Science, Technology and Mathematics Project is funded by a grant from the Federal Department of Education, Science and Training.

The cluster aims to draw on the motivating power of computer games to improve outcomes in design, programming, multimedia and mathematics. Based on constructivist learning theory, develops computer club programs in cluster schools. A range of versatile programming tools (e.g. Gamemaker, Stagecast, Klick and Play) is used to motivate and engage students. There are also associated professional development courses, web resources and game programming forums. Outcomes include web-based curriculum materials, teacher forums, teacher in-service, game programming competitions, case studies and student authored web pages.

Partner organisations are:
Australian Centre for the Moving Image
Cedar College (Greenacres)
Forster Engineering Services Pty Ltd
Glenelg Primary School (Glenelg East)
Kardinia International College (Geelong)
New Town High School (New Town)
Westall Secondary College (Clayton South)
Woodville High School (Woodville)

and their representatives are:
Tony Forster ASISTM Game Programming in Education Grant Coordinator
Roland Gesthuizen, ICTEV Computer Educator of the Year 1996
Margaret Meijers Best National Achievement by a Teacher The National Awards for Quality Schooling 2005
Al Upton CEGSA Computer Educator of the Year 2005