Te Wahanga Atawhai Mercy Conference Centre - Wellington
Wellington (Click for more info)
By 2020 there will be a requirement for all schools to implement the new Digital Technologies Hangarau Matihiko curriculum content, including understanding the revised essence statement.
This seminar will unpack the revised learning area structure and discuss the implications for planning by sharing some examples of what this looks like within a primary schooling context. References to a range of other resources will also be included.
This session will be of interest to primary teachers and school leaders (Years 1-8) who want to find out more about the changes to the Technology learning area.
The workshop is a hands on opportunity to delve deeper into the topic by unpacking aspects of the Technology curriculum. This will include exploring some curriculum focused teaching and learning activities across levels 1-4. We will also begin an action plan to support participants to develop an integrated programme of delivery.
Cheryl Pym is an accredited facilitator in Technology Education with the University of Otago. She supports the development of pedagogical, leadership and technology specific content across a range of contexts, working collaboratively to develop school and teacher capability through Teaching as Inquiry. She works with educators across New Zealand to create materials to support both teacher and learner development, and to design professional learning and assessment programmes that enable a deeper understanding of technology teaching and learning.
28 Sep 2018
Breakfast and seminar: 7.00am — 8.30am
Workshop: 9.15am — 12.15pm
Breakfast and seminar: $55 + GST pp
Breakfast seminar and workshop $155 + GST pp
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