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    • Warren Grieve

      Digital Technologies with a Primary Focus (NZ)

      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...

      Tags: digital-technologies, computer-science, coding, design, perseverance, code, pupils, code-club, blocks, school, elementary, k1-7, learning, creative, robotics, dash, edison, ev3, mindstorm, curriculum, technology

      • Warren Grieve

        VLN Digital Technologies Group

        A VLN group with a number of teacher professionals interested in exploring the implementation of Digital Technologies in NZ as we move in 2018.

        Tags: digital-technologies, computer-science, coding, design, perseverance, code, pupils, code-club, blocks, school, elementary, k1-7, learning, creative, robotics, dash, edison, ev3, mindstorm, curriculum, technology

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        We're bringing you the full uLearn17 keynote presentations as they become available via EDtalks. Why not share them with your staff and colleagues, or blog about them and share the messages wider... http://edspace.org.nz/pages/view/28770/keynote-video-presentations