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‘Make A Machine’ INTERFACE Minecraft Student Competition 2019

September 2 - October 15

Attention all you student Minecrafters out there. INTERFACE and MOTAT have teamed up for the Minecraft Student Competition 2019. And entries are now open. It’s back by popular demand and this year’s challenge is to use your Minecraft skills to design and create a ‘machine’ of your choice. This could be any number of things […]

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DISCUSSION POST: Career pathways beyond school

September 4 - October 4

DISCUSSION POST: Career pathways beyond school, 4 September - 4 October We often talking about a rapidly changing world and workforce, which our school leavers will be entering. In this discussion we explore how learning through, with and about digital technologies can open up pathways for senior students that lead to technology-related career options. Hosted […]

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Raranga tuku iho, tohatoha whiwhi ōrite – dual heritage, shared future

September 9 - September 11

This year New Zealand will mark 250 years since the first meetings between Māori and Europeans during James Cook and the Endeavour's 1769 voyage to Aotearoa New Zealand. Co-presented in English by Andrew Penny and in te reo Māori by Teanau Tuiono. The 250th anniversary is a time to learn about and reflect on the […]

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Te Wiki o te Reo Māori

September 9 - September 15

Māori Language week has been celebrated each year from 1975. Māori Language Day is September 14 and commemorates the presentation of the 1972 Māori language petition to parliament. Mahuru Māori is an initiative begun in 2017 to promote the use of te reo Māori throughout the month of September. Why a week? Why not a […]

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Money Week

September 9 - September 13

Money Week provides the perfect opportunity to help your students develop their financial capability. Financial capability is highlighted in The New Zealand Curriculum as an example of the type of theme that schools could use for effective cross-curricular teaching and learning programmes. Financial capability is a relevant context for strengthening literacy and numeracy skills, developing […]

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DISCUSSION POST: Robotics and electronics in the classroom

August 15 @ 8:00 am - September 15 @ 5:00 pm

Many of us are exploring the new digital technologies content as two new technological areas of the Technology Learning area. Considering funding doesn’t come from a bottomless pit, deciding what equipment and consumables (electronics, robotics, peripherals, 3D printers) to purchase and how to use them wisely, can be a huge consideration for schools and kura. […]

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Code Club 4 Teachers – East Auckland

August 15 @ 4:00 pm - September 26 @ 5:30 pm

Whether you are an absolute beginner or someone who has dabbled with programming and coding. Our focus is on having fun while integrating Digital Technologies and Hangarau Matihiko into your classroom programme. Join Mark Glasse and explore how to integrate digital technologies and computational thinking into curriculum areas and gain an understanding of the fundamentals […]

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2:00 pm

Ki te Ahikāroa – Tāmaki Makaurau ki te tonga

September 11 @ 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Kia hiwa rā, kia hiwa rā. Tautī mai ki tēnei wānanga e aro ana ki te Hangarau Matihiko. Ka ruku koe ki ngā tupuranga e rua o te Hangarau Matihiko: - Te Whakaaro Rorohiko me - Te Tangata me te Rorohiko Ka rāwekewekehia e koe: - ngā momo rawa hangarau - ngā momo āhuatanga ako […]

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4:30 pm

Hangarau Matihiko 4 Kaiako – Te Wairoa

September 11 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
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Ahakoa te kaha o te mura o tō ahi matihiko, ka hika tātou i te ahi ki te āwhina i a koe ki te whakauru i te Hangarau Matihiko ki ngā kaupapa o tō kura. Haere mai ki te taha o Greg Ford. Ka tirohia ngā ara hei whakauru i te hangarau matihiko me te […]

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