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Teacher education

So you’re teaching technology is a series of short PLD modules that can be used by individual teachers or groups of teachers.

The Technology Online webinar recordings offer webinars on topics of interest to technology educators and the presentation slides to download.  

On the Ask an expert page, you can ask questions and clarify issues that crop up during your teaching and assessment. The questions are directed to the National Coordinators, who also redirect to other experts so you get the best answer possible.

Coordinators and facilitators provides the names, biodata, and contact details of the coordinators and facilitators who are contracted by the Ministry of Education to provide PLD for technology teachers.

On the Newsletters from PLD providers page you will find current and archived newsletters from national facilitators. Besides current news, these often contain ideas and items of enduring value relating to effective teaching, the curriculum, assessment, and specialist areas.

Technology Online no longer hosts Key Messages relating to NCEA achievement standards. These are now in the Technology Curriculum Guide (Teaching and Learning Guide) in the Achievement and learning objectives section.

The Digital Technologies Workshop page provides information about and video clips from the Digital Technologies Workshop 2013.

Pre-service technology education framework is the home of the Pre-service Technology Teacher Education Resource (PTTER), a framework that provides the foundational elements for pre-service technology teacher education in New Zealand.

Readings for researchers comprises an extensive list of research papers published in academic journals that relate to many different aspects of technology education.

Archived papers comprises papers that were commissioned to inform the development and implementation of the 2007 technology curriculum.

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