• Shelley Hersey

      Shelley Hersey

      • Dunedin
      LEARNZ field trip teacher
      • Tessa Gray

        Robotics and coding in classroom programmes: the what, why and how | Auckland in the group Breakfast Kōrero

        Auckland (Pakuranga) Friday 18 August 2017 Time Breakfast and seminar: 7.15am — 8.45am Workshop: 9.00am — 12.00pm Cost Breakfast seminar: $50 + GST per person Breakfast seminar and workshop: $150 + GST per person Venue Te Tuhi Arts Centre - Auckland (Click for ...

        Tags: computer, science, coding, robotics, 21st Century, skills, computational, thinking, problem solving, creative

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        • Ruthanne Kennedy
          • Leanne


            • Nelson
            My name is Leanne and I am a Year 1-2 classroom teacher at Hira Primary School. I am the COL within school teacher in the Whakatu Kahui Ako.
            • Cushla Young

              Cushla Young

              • New Plymouth
              Year 5/6 teacher, St John Bosco School
              • Tony Cairns

                Tony Cairns

                • wellington high school
                • 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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                  • Tessa Gray

                    CS unplugged activities in the group Digital Technologies| Hangarau Matihiko Curriculum

                    CS Unplugged is a collection of free learning activities that teach Computer Science through engaging games and puzzles that use cards, string, crayons and lots of running around. Prof Tim Bell makes it a little easier to get started with computer science today...

                    Tags: unplugged, computer, science, activities, classroom, free


                    • CORE Education

                      Developing deep and meaningful ako relationships with iwi, community, industry and universities in the group uLearn discussion group

                      Meet Nick Pattison Nick Pattison started New Zealand’s first STEM immersion class at Rongomai Primary in Otara in 2016 to show how STEM education can provide accelerated learning for the students. His primary classroom led the testing of homes for mould in South Auckland. As Learn...

                      Tags: stem, science, technology, engineering, maths, integration, collaboration, making, difference, community, partnerships

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                      • Gillian Donnelly

                        Gillian Donnelly

                        • Invercargill
                        Collaborator, science geek and lone nut.
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                      • ACCELERATOR workshops
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                        Would you like the opportunity to grow new ideas? And maybe break some rules? ACCELERATOR is for you! This exciting and immersive experience is designed to speed up change in teaching and learning by activating innovative solutions.      ACCELERATOR utilises a...
                      • Hei Pānui edSpace | mō te marama Haratua 2019
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                        Tēnā koutou, talofa lava, malo o lelei and welcome back to the latest pānui (round-up) for edSpace, May 2019.  We've got some exciting stories to roll out around CORE's Ten Trends and we are building up to uLearn19 October, 2019 with a series of posts that profile a mixture of...