Strengthening digital technologies | hangarau matihiko
For schools who are moving to implement the DT | HM curriculum, a range of resources, case studies, and innovative ideas are now being developed for you to access and use.
In this section you can:
- find resources and ideas to support digital technologies | hangarau matihiko
- learn about how students, teachers, schools, parents, and communities engaged with digital technologies | hangarau matihiko projects.
Students in Dunedin primary, intermediate, and secondary schools participate in a programme in which they apply computational thinking skills to their own projects – solving real world problems.
Three videos highlight the collaboration between Ruapehu College and Ngāti Rangi Trust in creating a "Tech Hub" and student profiles for digital technologies.
Facilitators, researchers, and four kura piloted a successful consultative approach to learning about digital technologies – with facilitation in te reo Māori.
This project developed resources to support teaching computational thinking through engaging games and puzzles.
A digital technology specialist worked with teachers at six schools to provide teaching and learning about digital technology using Raspberry Pi.
Industry, professional development specialists, teachers, and students worked together to foster student collaboration and innovation.
This project aimed to ensure students in low socio-economic areas have opportunities to learn about digital technologies.
Courses following a narrative format aim to build engaging contexts and effective learning within the developing digital technologies curriculum.
The STEAMS Kit is a programmable electronics kit for teaching and learning in schools.