St Mary’s Catholic School in Tauranga trialled a system of online reporting using screencasting. They wanted a system that supported student self assessment and increased parents’ understanding and involvement in formative assessment.
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Students at Howick College increased their motivation to learn and their ownership of the learning process by using the multimedia tools Movie Maker and PowerPoint, and other mobile technologies.
Polyfest provided Mangere College with the opportunity to re-think curriculum planning and design to improve student achievement results for NCEA.
Year 5 and 6 teachers trial the Gamefroot platform as a vehicle for students to learn how to create a game.
Tags: Computational thinking | Technology | Tikanga Māori | Writing | Game development tools | Gamification tools | Multimedia – graphics/animation | Lower secondary | Middle primary | Primary | Upper primary |