Planning in primary
Christine Elder and Stephen Newnham share insight into seamless tracking of progress.
Dean Gordon shares how visits within the local community created understanding of the made and natural worlds.
Andrea Robertson and Lisa Hocking share how mathematics and science were incorporated into their technology learning.
Andrea Robertson describes the richness of their "amazing flight inquiry" – incorporating EOTC and learning in technology, literacy, and numeracy.
Anne uses everyday opportunities to make technology connections with her year 3 class.
Anne Bunton explains how the technology curriculum gave purpose to a class project.
Anne describes how she uses the Technology Online website in her planning.
Steve Jeffares shares how he inspires students to develop a love of learning.
Steve Jeffares and Brenda Whycherley inspire confidence in their students by offering a broad programme.
Steve Jeffares and Ronnie McHale share how their students deepen conceptual understandings through integrating multiple knowledge bases.
Jude Black describes how her sabbatical changed her thinking and leadership style and inspired her to share her knowledge.
Jude Black of Green Bay Primary prompts us to consider how technology is incorporated into our school vision.
Jude Black and Diana Comp describe their approach to planning at Green Bay Primary.
Diana Comp shares some of her strategies for engaging primary students and growing understandings in technology.
Diana Comp shares about providing resourcing, inspiration, and professional learning in her role as lead teacher technology.
Shannon Maloney talks about building rich technology units within a programme of inquiry in years 1–6.
Science and technology teacher Shannon Maloney shares how she works collaboratively with teachers to integrate technology into their programmes.