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The Technology Teaching and Learning Guide has been written to support technology teaching and learning in senior secondary programmes.
It has been published online only, at seniorsecondary.tki.org.nz/Technology and is not available for downloading. Pages from the site can, of course, be printed.
Quicklinks to the contents of the document:
This site is an initiative of the Government of New Zealand, and has been developed in collaboration with educators and the biotechnology sector. It features up-to-date examples of biotechnology in practice, along with supporting classroom resources.
The ETITO Bright Sparks programme aims to increase the pool of young people available for employment or further training in technology related industries.
Connected is a magazine for New Zealand schoolchildren. Through it, the Ministry of Education aims to foster an interest in mathematics, science, and technology and help children to understand that they encounter mathematics, science, and technology in their everyday life.
Crest is an international awards scheme designed to encourage creative and practical student projects. It teaches students to be innovative, creative, and to problem solve.
Students can enter as individuals or teams, and there are four levels – First, Bronze, Silver and Gold. The use of an outside consultant (e.g. a Futureintech Ambassador) is recommended to help students with advice and support in keeping their project manageable.
Students can enter their CREST projects into regional Science and Technology Fairs and other competitions, and can also have it assessed for NCEA credit. Emphasis is placed on the processes used, not just the final result.
The goals of the New Zealand curriculum project are to revise and revitalize the national curriculum in order to:
The New Zealand website for information about careers in technology, engineering & science. Futureintech aims to provide – the student, the teacher, the caregiver, the careers Adviser – with the tools, insight, and advice they need to discover the vast range of careers out there.
Literacy Online is the national site to help primary and secondary teachers develop teaching and learning programmes based on the literacy needs of their learners.
MoRST's responsibilities are to:
In all our activities we work towards our vision of science and technology transforming New Zealanders' lives.
"Engineers and students working together through Technology to support projects in the school and community."
Every year the Transpower Neighbourhood Engineers Awards gives prizes to the best and most innovative collaboration between students, teachers and volunteer engineers.
The New Zealand Institute of Food Science and Technology is the professional link uniting people in the food industry who apply science and technology to the processing and distribution of foods. The Institute is committed to the promotion and advancement of Food Science and Technology, one of New Zealand's most important industries and professions. Through regular Branch meetings, technical sessions and an annual conference, a high level of member contact and participation is maintained. At every opportunity, our members are invited to share their knowledge, experience and ideas and discuss industry developments, issues and concerns.
t-news is TENZ's e-magazine that keeps you up-to-date with things technological and educational. It is published in pdf form eight times a year and emailed to all TENZ members and other interested people and groups.
Changes to the 'approved subjects' list for university entrance
The Qualifications Authority is extending the 'approved subjects' list for university entrance, following consultation with universities and the New Zealand Vice-Chancellors' Committee.
TENZ is a professional network which has been set up to promote and support Technology Education in New Zealand. It is of interest to all those working in Technology Education, working in a technology-based enterprise with an interest in education, and those just plain interested!
TKI is a bilingual portal-plus web community which provides quality assured educational material for New Zealand teachers, school managers, and the wider education community.
The links published on this page do not necessarily represent the views of the Ministry of Education, IPENZ or TENZ. This list is for information only; it does not imply recommendation or endorsement by the Ministry of Education, IPENZ or TENZ.