Local curriculum projects and digital technologies
Primary teacher and STEM specialist Sarah Washbrooke talks about how to make and use engaging community connections to develop digital technologies understandings.
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Learning with the internet of things in years 7–8 (04:15)
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....
Learning with the internet of things: Overview of the programme (05:11)
Julie McMahon and Andrew Hornblow discuss the project, its drivers, and how simple and inexpensive electronics can be.
Learning with the internet of things in years 5–6 (04:48)
Andrew Wills and the students at Bradford Primary School describe how they used their new knowledge in electronics to solve problems in their school....
Learning with the internet of things in years 9–10 (05:37)
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....
Collaboration between Ngāti Rangi Trust and Ruapehu College in digital technologies (04:10)
Erena Mikaere-Most from Ngāti Rangi Trust and Principal Kim Basse discuss their collaboration and the impetus for this project....
Creativity, critical thinking, and problem solving in digital technologies (03:16)
The digital technologies teacher, principal, and students discuss the success of the approach used to engage students, and in particular girls, in digital technologies. ...