Our team is constantly creating new resources designed to help teachers implement new activities into their classrooms.
Kristina outlines 10 digital tools to support teaching and learning
Caitlin and Monika show how your local museum can support you and your students
Kerry demonstrates how 3D design can enhance your class programme
Monika and Tara focus on school-wide integration of digital technologies into local curriculum
Donald showcases how to use two free, online, digital tools for creating and sharing 3D designs
Alisha and Sam outline digital technology learning through the lens of local curriculum and project-based learning
Tara and Monika look at the revised technology learning area and progress outcomes.
This resource has been designed to support teacher understanding of the progress outcomes for Computational Thinking and Designing and Developing Digital Outcomes. It outlines Progress Outcome 1-3 for Computational Thinking and Progress Outcome 1-2 for Designing and Developing Digital Outcomes.
In this webinar we will explore examples of Digital Technology learning in action and examine and strengthen learning activities
In this webinar we will: Get an overview of some publications about Digital Technology implementation and enable you to self-assess where your school is at and set some goals specific to your school
In this webinar we will: Explore what 'local curriculum' is, look at four high-impact practices, and develop some ideas of applying these practices in the context of Digital Technology learning
In this webinar we will: Unpack the revised Technology Learning Area, gain a better understanding of the revised curriculum content, and examine the Digital Technology Progress Outcomes in action
Writing the annual report for the Raranga Matihiko | Weaving Digital Futures programme at the end of 2018 gave me pause for reflection. During this time, our team had worked with over 3,800 students - quite an incredible amount spread across four regions, with two of those regions starting programme facilitation in the second half of the year. However, what was more amazing was that our facilitators work with those students across a period of time - at least 16 hours of bespoke programme and design.