The students from Avondale Primary were investigating movement and dance. Here are some robots that they programmed to dance to music.
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… Read More
A programme combining museum treasures with high tech is proving a hit with children across New Zealand. Raranga Matihiko is offers schools a two-year programme involving visits to their local museum, access to the museum treasures, and the chance to tell their own stories while accessing the latest technology. Te Papa created the programme working… Read More
From the first term of 2018, Te Papa has been leading and delivering a new type of education programme which is funded by the Ministry of Education as part of their Digital Technologies for All Equity Fund. Museums and digital technology teaching and learning is not something that one might normally associate together. Over the… Read More
We have developed a set of one-page information sheets for each of the progress outcomes. These have been designed to highlight what the progress outcomes can look like in the classroom. Each of the key aspects are designed to be taught in a cohesive way in the classroom. Download the resource below:
As part of the Ministry of Education Digital Technologies for All Equity fund, the Raranga Matihiko programme delivers innovative digital technologies to those with limited digital learning opportunities, while increasing access to national and local exhibitions and collections. Throughout the programme, students solve real-world problems, while enriching their knowledge of their communities and regions. Through accessing… Read More