National Digital Readiness Programme
In order for Mahuika's fire to continue to burn, it must be stoked. In order to develop a Māui mindset, artful curiosity must be fostered.
National Digital Readiness Programme: Part 1
Catherine Johnson shares aspects of the National Digital Readiness Programme - Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko including Te Tokorima-ā-Mahuika, the Self Review Tool and Pīkau, the Toolkits.
National Digital Readiness Programme: Part 2
Catherine Johnson shares aspects of the National Digital Readiness Programme - Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko including programmes to support Pouahi the Digital Leaders in their own Leadership programme, Te Pā Pouahi, Ngā Kiriahi, online Communities of Practice, Ki Te Ahikāroa, Local Meet Ups and Te Tahu Ahi Digital Showcase
This landing page for digital technologies offers links to all of the information and support provided by the Ministry of Education, including the exemplars and snapshots for the learning progressions for computational thinking and designing and developing digital outcomes.
Access the new progress outcomes for digital technologies and the new technology learning area structure.
Here you will find the Tupuranga for both Whakaaro Rorohiko and Tangata me te Rorohiko. Each Tupuranga has supporting rauemi including teaching examples, video clips, activities, assessment opportunities and new kupu Māori.
Here you will find all content related to the Hangarau Marau and Wāhanga Ako. This includes the revised Wāhanga Ako of Tangata me te Rorohiko and Whakaaro Rorohiko Tupuranga.
Find the new teaching and learning guide for digital technologies and hangarau matihiko.
Here you will find Level 1, 2 and 3 NCEA standards and assessments for Hangarau Matihiko.
As part of the Ministry of Education’s Professional Support package for teachers, kaiako, leaders and tumuaki, CORE Education is proud to be working with its partners to deliver Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko, the National Digital Readiness Programme.
CORE Education’s partners in Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko are: University of Canterbury Computer Science Education Research Group, AATEA Solutions, UC Education Plus, Kia Ata Mai Educational Trust, Open Polytechnic, New Zealand Council for Educational Research, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, NZTech, Young Animators, Digital Technologies Teachers Aotearoa, and Code Club New Zealand.