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    Getting our colleagues onboard
    21 May
    Public discussion Created by Ngā Kiriahi

    ERO recently conducted a survey of 221 EM schools (with 97% response rate) asking about their awareness, understanding and readiness to implement the Digital Technologies content as part of the Technology Learning area by 2020. 

    With just under half of the survey group engaging with the DT content, you might surprised by the results, as you're already engaging in Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko. If you want to inspire others to get onboard, take a look at Stephen Clark's journey and feel free to share. 

    How did you get involved in Digital Technologies?

    What was the main driver for you to get involved?

    What have you achieved so far?

    How have you arrived at Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko, what has been your main driver and what have you achieved so far?

     

    If you want to hear more about Steve's story, check out the latest Education Gazette Tukutuku Kōrero article https://gazette.education.govt.nz/articles/upskilling-in-the-new-digital-technologies-content/ 

    - By Tessa Gray
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