Source: Education Gazette
As part of the Ministry of Education edgazette series around Digital Technologies Hangarau Matihiko, the ministry have released a five part series.
"The Ministry of Education wants to see digital technologies learning taking place as part of a rich local curriculum. This is about ensuring children and young people are equipped for the workplace and society of the future, says Ellen MacGregor-Reid, Deputy Secretary Early Learning Student Achievement."
"As the Education Gazette releases its second part in its video series on Digital Technologies & Hangarau Matihiko, we look at a foundation school near Christchurch that has incorporated a digital thread throughout its curriculum and is taking teachers, the Board of Trustees, parents and the wider community along on the journey."
"The digital design and technology lab at Wellington’s Newlands Intermediate hums with learners developing and playing games, collaborating on a photo editing project or teaching themselves how to create a 3D model for printing."
"As the Education Gazette releases the fourth part in its video series on Digital Technologies & Hangarau Matihiko, we look at a Canterbury secondary school that is building relationships to help learners develop innovative mindsets and find their places in a connected world."
"In the fifth and final video of this series on the new Digital Technologies & Hangarau Matihiko (DT&HM) curriculum content, Education Gazette looks at the different ways schools and kura are working with communities, industry and each other."