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    • Tessa Gray

      CENZ: Enabling e-Learning webinar: Simple coding in Scratch in the group CENZ Connected Educator New Zealand

      ENABLING ELEARNING LIVE WEBINAR: Simple coding in Scratch, 21 June, 3:45-4:45 pm In this hands-on webinar, we invite you to join us to explore the programme Scratch - the look/feel, tools and potential for your students. We'll also share some practical examples, top tips for educators and ...

      Tags: scratch, coding, gaming, programming, hands-on, instructional, examples, webinar

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      • Tessa Gray

        Digitech Roadshow

        Coming up fast. Don't miss out! The DigiTech Roadshow 2017 is a series of six one-day events held across New Zealand, exploring key themes and concepts of the fast-changing digital technologies landscape. In 2018, digital technologies will be recognised as part of the technology le...

        Tags: digital, technologies, computational thinking, problem solving, programming, robotics, coding, gaming, digital fluency

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        • Tessa Gray

          Resources and Quick links in the group Digital Technologies| Hangarau Matihiko Curriculum

          Digital Technologies | Hangarau Matihiko quick links   Resources Digital Technologies | Hangarau Matihiko draft PDF (Ministry of Education) Enabling e-Learning (TKI) Digital Technologies in the Curriculum Hangarau Matihiko (TKI) Enabling e-Learning (TKI) Getting Prepar...

          Tags: digital, technologies, computational thinking, problem solving, programming, robotics, coding, gaming, digital fluency

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          • Tessa Gray

            The people share: Open discussion about Digital Technologies | Hangarau Matihiko in the group Digital Technologies| Hangarau Matihiko Curriculum

            Kia ora tatou, this week Enabling e-Learning (VLN) hosted an informal discussion in Adobe Connect about Digital technologies in the national curriculum. It wasn't part of the consultation process, rather a chance for us to chat about the drivers for change and implicat...

            Tags: digital, technologies, computational thinking, problem solving, programming, robotics, coding, gaming, digital fluency

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            • Tessa Gray

              Computational thinking for school students and teachers - what's the big idea? in the group Digital Technologies| Hangarau Matihiko Curriculum

              In this clip on, Computational thinking for school students and teachers - what's the big idea? (2016) Dr. Tim Bell, Professor of Computer Science at University of Canterbury NZ talks us through what are Digital Technologies – with the clue being in the name&nbs...

              Tags: computer, science, computational, thinking, curricula, primary, digits, programming, debugging

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              • Viv Hall

                Spelling in the group Digital Technologies| Hangarau Matihiko Curriculum

                Tags: Year 3, Computational thinking, digital design, coding, programming

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