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Integrated Unit Plans: Integrated Units

These integrated teaching unit exemplars illustrate how Technology and other learning areas can mutually co-exist and be taught authentically under The 2007 New Zealand Curriculum.

They were produced by small groups of enthusiastic teachers working collaboratively with technology advisors at workshops in late 2009/early 2010 with the aim of sharing how learning activities from a range of learning areas can be embedded into teaching units/programmes.

As and when these units are used in teaching programmes, Technology Online aims to publish reflective teacher comment on the planning and delivery, together with the resulting student outcomes, as student showcases, teaching snapshots and/or full case studies.

Fruits in Schools
A Level 2/3 unit planned by Heidi Tumanuvao, Rosebank Primary School with Paul Neveldsen, Team Solutions, University of Auckland and Selena Hinchco, Remuera Intermediate School. 

Agricultural Day
A Year 8 unit planned by Adam Easton, Clevedon School and Joyce Shankar, Rosehill Intermediate School with Paul Neveldsen, Team Solutions, University of Auckland, and Selena Hinchco, Remuera Intermediate School.

Paper Making
A Level 3 unit planned by Adrian Cartwright, St Columba College with Kate Mitchell, formerly of the College of Education, University of Otago. 

Developing a School Identity
A Level 2 unit planned by Catherine Bawden, Waima School, Kaikohe with Deb Green, Team Solutions, Whangarei. 

Lunchboxes
A Year 2-3 unit planned by Tamzin Nelson. Rosebank Primary School, with Paul Neveldsen, Team Solutions, University of Auckland, and Selena Hinchco, Remuera Intermediate School.

How has West Auckland Changed?
A Level 1 unit planned by Diana Comp and Hayley Bamborough, Green Bay Primary and Intermediate School, with Paul Neveldsen, Team Solutions, University of Auckland, and Selena Hinchco, Remuera Intermediate School.

Look at Me: Canvas Me
A Year 7 unit planned by Natasha Leith, St Margaret's College, Christchurch, with Cliff Harwood– National Professional Development Manager for Technology.

Numeracy Booklet Creation
A Year 9 unitplanned by Angela White, St Margaret's College, Christchurch with Cliff Harwood, National Professional Development Manager for Technology.

Motu Manawa Marine Reserve
A Level 1 unit planned by Michele Jenny, Waterview School with Megan Chambers, Team Solutions, University of Auckland.

Outdoor Game/Activity (in preparation)
A Level 3 unit planned by Michelle Gilks, Park Estate School with Paul Neveldsen, Team Solutions, University of Auckland.

Reflective Commentary

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