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Gill Mandley at Riccarton High School rewrote her year 10 food technology programme to put greater emphasis on experimentation as a means of growing understanding of technological products and the characteristics of technological outcomes. Read more

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Dorothy Hutton of Columba College used tie-dyeing to teach the functional modelling aspect of technological modelling to her year  6 students. Read more

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Top graphics scholar for 2012, Nicole Austin, designed an innovative “twist and toast” portable toaster that could solve the “I don’t have time for breakfast” problem for commuters. Read more

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Jack Barker of Lynfield College first became interested in VEX robotics in year 9. In 2013, his team took out two titles at the world championship. Read more

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Otumoetai College’s rise from rookies in the New Zealand VEX Robotics Nationals in 2010 to world champions (high school division) in 2013 is a story of students captivated by robotics. Read more

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This case study describes how Tairawhiti secondary schools and Eastern Institute of Technology (EIT) have partnered to form a trades academy that introduces students to a wider range of vocational pathways. Read more

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During a “3-Day Episode” (suspended timetable), students made and sold bouquets as a fundraiser for Totara Hospice. This episode was used this as an opportunity to grow the students’ understanding of the Technology curriculum. Read more

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This case study features the first of three units in a year 3–4 programme focused on enhancing student understandings of technological systems. Read more

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Amuri Area School has successfully developed pathways for students that include dual enrolment at the Canterbury Tertiary College (CTC). Major timetable restructuring for the senior school has been a key to their success. Read more

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