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Welcome to Digital Technologies - fun now - future proofing - practical skills, thinking and values. This site contains teacher and pupil resources and information and comes from our schools sandpit year with Digital Technologies.

Connects you to a range of personal and international resources.

    • Tessa Gray
      Tessa Gray

      Where would we be without people like you Warren? I am indebted to your resources and am about to post a discussion in the Enabling e-Learning Professional Learning group tomorrow on Learning about digital technologies to support our Google Hangout discussion this Wednesday (all welcome).

      I particularly like the PDF doc from Australia that you've shared and how it clarifies the difference between IT capabilities and Digital Technologies

      It would be great to have something similar for NZ defining; digital literacies, digital fluency, learning about and with digital technologies.

      Tess smiley

       

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