Digital Technologies Workshop
These videos show selected sections from the presentation at the Digital Technologies Workshop - Digital Information. The facilitators Rob Wood (Bayfield High School) and Cheryl Pym (National Coordinator Technology Education Te Tapuae o Rehua Consortium) presented key messages in relation to working with AS91070. Much of the content presented in these video’s is also relevant to working with all Technology Achievement Standards.
In this video, Rob Wood and Cheryl Pym discuss:
- using key documents to gain an understand the evidence expectations for assessment against achievement standards
- triangulating information found in key documents, and your own understandings, to inform the design and delivery of your teaching programme.
The facilitators describe and explain a number of key points in relation to collecting student evidence for assessment against AS9170, including relating teaching to students’ lives and supporting the students to mediate information into their own contexts.
Cheryl Pym emphasises the importance of creating a shared understanding of key academic vocabulary and demonstrates strategies to support students with the academic and subject-specific language they need.
This powerpoint was presented at the Auckland Digital Technology workshop, it focuses on AS91070 but the messages presented in it can be applied across all externally assessed Technology Achievement Standards at Level 1.