This blog post has two videos; Games in Education by Simon McCallum and Intro to VR by Byron Mallett, both aimed at teachers in high school teaching digital technologies.
Summary of the 2nd rendition of Cybersecurity 101 day held at VUW Kelburn campus.
Here is a short summary of my workshop in cardboardtronics with teachers. Attached is the video recording and a link to the powerpoint download.
Nice software to make instructional videos; but you could easily get the entire Adobe suite and do a lot more for the price. Definitely not for classroom teachers.
Not literally. But maybe someday. After learning about World Space Week (https://www.worldspaceweek.org/) in August, I thought an outreach event on this theme was calling, especially in Hawke’s Bay, where I was visiting for a week and its proximity to Rocket
Thinking about using a Microbit in the classroom? Want to create something animated to tell a story? Read this article to get the basics of setting up a diorama
30 students from 15 colleges attended the Cybersecurity 101 day held at Te Herenga Waka, Victoria University of Wellington this week. As part of my overall agenda to increase diversity, I invited a mix of co-ed, girls and boys schools
Holiday programmes are a fun way to keep kids engaged in activity. I had the opportunity to do a couple and learnt a lot.
Recently we had the opportunity to run a STEM workshop at a biannual warplanes event called Wings over Wairarapa in Masterton NZ. There were about 5000 visiting on the STEM day and we had to plan for quick turn around
The Microbit is a very versatile little computing module. You can learn how to code using the device, while also using it as an interface to connect to sensors, receive data and send instructions. It has become a very successful
We had the privilege to host Karen Lang, Business and Education Development Manager for MIT App Inventor, MIT, Boston. Two workshops, one in Wairarapa and the other in Wellington were held over consecutive days for teacher professional development. The sessions
3D printing models in the classroom takes ages. Especially if your students decide to make some complex shapes which takes long hours to complete, so you decide to leave it on overnight just to realise one layer screwed up and