Year two students from Mayfield school participated in the Raranga Matihiko Programme delivered from Auckland Museum. These students are studying movement and performance as part of their in-school inquiry. At the museum, they were learning more about this while exploring what computational thinking is through non-computerised contexts. In this short stop motion animation, you will see evidence of students learning more about sequencing, stop motion animation, designing for the end user and there was a lot of iteration along the way.

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