A student from Papatoetoe East School in Auckland was inspired by shape and colour. He created his own ‘Infinity Gauntlet’ using Tinkercad, and used a Green-screen to help film this video. This class had ‘Wearable Arts’ as their inquiry topic.
Students from Massey Primary in Auckland created this movie when they visited Auckland Museum. Their inquiry topic was ‘Infectious Diseases’. The students used Tilt Brush for VR to draw pictures, and iMovie to record voiceover and edit their movie together.
A student taking part in Raranga Matihiko at Te Papa created this wonderful stop-motion animation using Clap Motion. Their inquiry topic was extinction and the class spent time in Te Papa’s Te Taiao Nature exhibition.
This post originally appeared in The Belbird blog written by Monika Kern. The Progress Outcomes for Designing and Developing Digital Outcomes include for students to learn about choosing the best tool for solving a technological problem: Progress Outcome 2In authentic contexts and taking account of end-users, students make decisions about creating, manipulating, storing, retrieving, sharing and testing digital content… Read More
The students from Avondale Primary were investigating movement and dance. Here are some robots that they programmed to dance to music.
The team at Te Papa want to give you a taste of our favourite digital tools. He kai kei aku ringa, he koha mo te katoa. (I have ‘food’ in my hands to share as a gift for all.) Finally, we have Tinkercad. Tinkercad is easy to use 3-D design tool. These videos were created… Read More
The team at Te Papa want to give you a taste of our favourite digital tools. He kai kei aku ringa, he koha mo te katoa. (I have ‘food’ in my hands to share as a gift for all.) SculptGL is an online tool which can be used to sculpt 3-D objects. It’s a great… Read More