Technology Online webinar recordings
Technology Online invites teachers and other experts to present webinars to the technology education community. The recordings and presentation slides are shared here.
Sarah Washbrooke, Technology and STEM specialist at Remarkables Primary School, talks about how to make and use engaging community connections to develop digital technologies understandings.
Cheryl Pym (nationally accredited facilitator) explains the curriculum change, why it is important for our learners and Aotearoa, and contexts for rich technology learning.
Teachers talk with project leader Joy Keene about how they are using the digital challenge in their classrooms.
Ministry of Education senior advisors Kate Curtis and Nathan Owen provide an overview of changes to NCEA and the upcoming Ministry Review of Achievement Standards.
Julie Clement and Paul Holmes talk about the work they have been doing to develop a programme of learning that integrates materials technology, scholarship, and applied chemistry.
Deidre Senior and Cheryl Pym talk about developing integrated programmes of learning using local curriculum that aligns with the technology learning area.
Julie McMahon and John Creighton discuss these revised assessment tools and how they can be utilised in programmes of learning.
Catherine Johnson (English Medium Project Lead) talks about the National Digital Readiness Programme.
Joy Keene talks about the 123Tech programme and how to get started running the challenge in your classroom or code club.
The Karrikins Group talk about this free programme for students in years 3–8, which is designed to build skills and understanding of digital technologies.
Julie McMahon and Cheryl Pym discuss designing programmes of learning to align with the digital technologies progress outcomes and learning progressions.
Project Director, Tara Fagan, talks about using Te Papa museum's taonga with primary and secondary school ākonga to develop understandings of digital technologies.
Three teachers discuss their trip to India to explore textiles manufacture and how they are integrating this knowledge into their textiles programmes.
Two primary teachers describe the beginning of their journey in digital technologies.
Hear Julie McMahon (HOD Technology) and John Creighton (HOF Technology) discuss these revised assessment tools and how they can be utilised in programmes of learning.
In this webinar Catherine Johnson (Lead facilitator) discusses the new learning progressions for digital technologies.
A teacher and facilitator discuss their internal self evaluation process – why it was important and what made a difference.
A specialist advisor from the Ministry for Primary Industries describes how the Food Act applies to schools.
Havelock North Intermediate teachers talk about how they offer a cohesive technology programme that helps prepare students for secondary.
Two primary teachers talk about how they approach teaching and learning in technology.
Four teachers talk about technology scholarship in the digital technologies specialist area.
Teacher Ritu Sehji shares her journey with social media and how she includes social media in her programmes.
Secondary teacher Sarah Wirth talks about her year 11 class working collaboratively, and Cheryl Pym joins the discussion about group projects and NCEA.
Secondary teacher Jennifer Gottschalk talks about teaching and learning in web design.
Toni Tippet and Cheryl Pym describe what to consider when gathering evidence in a range of ways.
Julie McMahon talks about strengthening the technology curriculum links in digital technology programmes.
Kay Le Comte talks about points to consider when teaching print media. Julie McMahon (President of NZACDITT) joins Kay in discussion and during a question and answer session.
Teachers Lesley Pearce and Sandy Goonan discuss what to consider when mentoring students for technology scholarship.
Teacher Dorothy Hutton provides three webinars for primary teachers – What is technology?, Teaching technological knowledge, and Developing technology understandings alongside practice.
Julie McMahon and Andrew Hornblow discuss the project, its drivers, and how simple and inexpensive electronics can be.
Bill Boyes, Iain Cook-Bonney, and Tahuna Normal Intermediate School students talk about the wide range of digital technologies they can now make using their new skills....
Andrew Wills and the students at Bradford Primary School describe how they used their new knowledge in electronics to solve problems in their school....
Julie McMahon and Mark Greenfield discuss the application of electronics and the internet of things at St Hilda’s Collegiate and King's High School....
Erena Mikaere-Most from Ngāti Rangi Trust and Principal Kim Basse discuss their collaboration and the impetus for this project....
The ICT tutor, principal, and students discuss the success of the approach used to engage students, and in particular girls, in digital technologies. ...
In this video ICT Tutor Kawana Wallace describes the rationale and use of the exit and entry portfolios and how they were developed. ...
Anne Bunton explains how the technology curriculum gave purpose to a class project.
Julie Clement shares how a design focus has engaged her students.