Here is a short summary of my workshop in cardboardtronics with teachers. Attached is the video recording and a link to the powerpoint download.
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.
I am one of those guys who signs up for all these newsletters from different companies for promotional stuff. Usually I get one a week from a provider and believe it or not, it feels like there is a new
Nelson Inspire – an annual 2 day maker workshop in South Island NZ. This annual event is hosted by Ministry of Inspiration, an educational company based in the south island of New Zealand. The two day event brings over 500
It is finished. Well, almost I reckon. The Unit plan, Slideshows for an Arduino unit, 10 plus hours and included code all in one zipped file. The idea is that teachers can use the Arduino to teach skills in programming
And so its official! The school holidays, which is a period of rest for most teachers (well, atleast some of it) was my official start to my new role at Victoria University, Wellington as the Outeach Coordinator for School of
Book review of Invent to learn – Making, Tinkering and Engineering in the classroom by Sylvia Libow Martinez and Gary Stager
Seven years ago, I was teaching Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint to my Year 11 Digital Technology students. It was an important skill (I believed) which could be used across all subjects. While recently clearing my old resources, I took
The annoying thing I do now (since the advent of Google search) is Google everything. Even when I have downloaded the files recently! ( I know I have downloaded it because when the next file downloads, it shows as filename(1).fileextension)