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.
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.
At Diocesan School planning focuses on technology components for years 7–10, and establishing scholarship potential in year 13....
Julie Clement shares how a design focus has engaged her students.
Shannon Maloney talks about building rich technology units within a programme of inquiry in years 1–6.