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Events for September 26, 2019
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 […]Find out more »
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 […]Find out more »
Mental Health Awareness Week (MHAW) is run annually by the Mental Health Foundation and has been since 1993. MHAW is endorsed by the World Federation for Mental Health and is marked in over 150 countries at different times of the year. In New Zealand, MHAW will be held on 23–29 September 2019 and the theme […]Find out more »
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 […]Find out more »
Come along to, the long overdue Term 3 gathering of Southland teachers of DTG to discuss what’s happening in our classrooms. Discuss and exchange ideas around the new Senior Externals, go hands on with some simple Electronics. Melissa will facilitate how Kia Takatū a-Matihiko supports you to incorporate the new Digital Technologies content within […]Find out more »
In this webinar with Karl Summerfield, we explore examples of how students (primary and secondary) are using 3D printers to make parts objects and artefacts to respond to authentic needs. We'll also make links to Computational Thinking and Designing and Developing Digital Outcomes. Register Now.Find out more »
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 into your classroom programme. Join James Wiltsher and explore how to integrate digital technologies and computational thinking into curriculum areas and gain an understanding of the fundamentals of programming using […]Find out more »