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Events for November 27, 2018
Design thinking stands alongside other constructivist approaches such as inquiry-based learning, computational thinking, STEAM, makerspaces, and project-based learning and empowers students to change their social and environmental contexts through design. Want to know more about Design thinking and how this fits in the Technology curriculum when teaching CT and DDDO? Join us when this discussion goes […]Find out more »
We profile this inspirational story from the Gazette and interview Sujata Rajagopal (HOD Science) about a thematic project that integrates several strands of the curriculum in a culturally responsive way that enables students to achieve multiple NCEA credits from several different disciplines. This discussion will be hosted in the Teaching group.Find out more »
Sexuality education is one of seven key areas of learning in the health and physical education learning area of the New Zealand Curriculum. Schools are expected to include sexuality education in their teaching programmes, guided by the achievement objectives outlined in the curriculum. The materials below for teachers and students are designed to support schools […]Find out more »
As part of current trends looking more deeply into designing thinking, authentic integration through STEM/STEAM, we revisit this webinar (2014), and hear how Alexia Hilbertidou has created a movement that encourages young NZ women to take up STEM and STEAM subjects at school and follow those passions into successful careers. This discussion is hosted in the Leadership group.Find out more »
By 2020, schools and kura will need to have taken steps to implement the new Digital Technologies and Hangarau Matihiko curriculum content by 2020. Learners of 2018 are immersed in a digital world, so they need the opportunity to move from digital savvy users, to informed creators of digital outcomes. This course, sponsored by Google, […]Find out more »