This resource highlights some of the examples in Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko's pīkau/toolkits and how the learning concepts can be adapted for your own context.

How do you pick DDDO projects?

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Melissa Jones on Screen, facilitator

Kia ora, I’m Melissa Jones a Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko facilitator. In How Do You Pick Designing and Developing Digital Outcomes Projects, Trevor and I touch on four topics about digital outcomes skills.

The four topics are:

  • Identifying designing and developing digital outcome learning when using images in projects.
  • Weaving designing and developing digital outcome conversation into teachable learning moments.
  • Knowing how to get started with a physical computing project.
  • Knowing what digital tools to consider for digital outcome projects.

We highlight planning resources offered in:

  • Pīkau 12: Challenging yourself with PO1
  • Pīkau 13: Creating digital images and digital photography
  • Pīkau 14: Physical computing.

Some of those resources are:

  • DDDO progress outcome breakdowns
  • DDDO conversation starters
  • Getting started with physical computing roadmap and the 3C’s criteria for what digital tools to consider.

So use this resource to help you get started with exploring the Designing and Digital outcome pīkau.

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How to use this resource

Use these slides for your personal professional development or for leading professional development with a group of colleagues to find out what Designing and Developing Digital Outcomes (DDDO) skills and knowledge can be found in Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko pīkau/toolkits 12, 13, and 14 to assist you in picking your own DDDO projects?

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See what designing and developing digital outcome projects others are doing and what they've learned and find direct links to resources such as the DDDO conversation starters.