Category: Leadership

Curriculum Mapping Part III

Our trainers are asked frequently if we have a curriculum map linking Digital Technologies to other curriculum areas, across age groups and levels. The answer is yes, but not for you! Curriculum Mapping needs to be aligned with school wide strategy, values, community and more. There is no one size fits all. In order to create a meaningful, useful, relevant map that serves your learners many things must be considered. This blog series explores how you can do just that.

How to Successfully Weather the Season of Change

One thing in life that is inevitable is change. From small changes to the big ones, no matter who you are, what your position, or how you live your life, change is something that will be a permanent theme throughout

Curriculum Mapping Blog Part II

Our trainers are asked frequently if we have a curriculum map linking Digital Technologies to other curriculum areas, across age groups and levels. The answer is yes, but not for you! Curriculum Mapping needs to be aligned with school wide strategy, values, community and more. There is no one size fits all. In order to create a meaningful, useful, relevant map that serves your learners many things must be considered. This blog series explores how you can do just that.

LearnBytes episode #7 – Beth Reading: How to overcome procrastination

Samantha is joined by Beth Reading, the founder and owner of My Pilates Time.

In her race against the clock, Beth shares how procrastination has been her biggest efficiency and productivity challenge – and how she has overcome it. We also hear why working somewhere free of distractions (and dirty dishes!) is important.

Curriculum Mapping: A Design Thinking Approach Part I

Here in New Zealand our Digital Technologies curriculum has only existed for a few years and has only been expected to be taught in schools since the beginning of 2020. Our trainers are asked frequently if we have a curriculum