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    • Nicki Tempero

      Code Club for Teachers ( Casebrook Intermediate Christchurch)

      These workshops are for absolute beginners and those who have dabbled with programming and coding. We integrate programming projects and computational thinking (CS Unplugged) activities into fun and hands on sessions. Register here

      Tags: Meetups, coding, CT

      • Nicki Tempero

        Kia Takatū DT4PS - Nelson

        This workshop is for beginners and users of the Digital Technologies curriculum content. We will be exploring Kia Takatū ā-Matahikō, the Technology learning area including time for hands on exploration of web tools and devices for practical implementation in your classrooms. *This meetup will ...

        Tags: Meetups, coding, CT, DDDO

        • Ta'ase Vaoga

          June gets ready for 2020 with Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko

          For June Thompson, Digital Technologies is an area of learning she has an active interest in applying in her classroom. Since joining Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko, the National Digital Readiness Programme, she has gained more knowledge and resources to add to her pīkau (or toolkit). June is gaining conf...

          Tags: English Medium, Digital Technologies, Meetups, Te Ahikaroa, Code Club

          • Ngā Kiriahi

            First steps in Digital Technologies

            If you’re a secondary teacher who is keen to take your first steps in teaching Digital Technologies | Hangarau Matihiko, then these workshops are for you.   These events are particularly focused on people who have no background in computational thinking and computer science, and ...

            Tags: meetups, DT4HS, Pou Rarama

          • Rolleston Meetup DT4PS | Pou Hihiko

            Meetups are hands on, practical workshops, where you leave with ideas to start teaching immediately.

            • Ngā Kiriahi

              Views from our first meetup

              Kia Takatū first meetup from Kiatakatu on Vimeo. Thanks to Toni-Jane Miles, Jim Peterson, Emma Cordes, and Laura Butler for sharing your views with us.   Watch the short video here.  

              Tags: meetups, video

            • MM Ki te Ahikāroa
              MM Ki te Ahikāroa

              He mahi ā-ringa, he kanohi ki te kanohi, he pāhekoheko, he huirangi hoki te hanga o ngā tūtakitanga...

              • Ngā Kiriahi

                Searching for Treasure

                Thanks to Elmwood Normal School teacher Toni-Jayne Miles who attended our first Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko meetup in Rolleston. In this Education Gazette story, Toni-Jayne explains how she put the popular Treasure Island unplugged activity to good use in her classroom.  And the kids loved it. ...

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              • Strategic Planning for Digital Technologies
                Strategic Planning for Digital Technologies

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              • June gets ready for 2020 with Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko
                June gets ready for 2020 with Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko
                For June Thompson, Digital Technologies is an area of learning she has an active interest in applying in her classroom. Since joining Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko, the National Digital Readiness Programme, she has gained more knowledge and resources to add to her pīkau (or toolkit). June is gaining...
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