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  • Justin Benn

    Brief description: eTV Learning Resources Manager; Filmmaker for NGOs and IGOs; Comms consultant; former TESOL teacher and Production lecturer.

  • Chris Dillon

    About me: ...ew Zealand school students via and LEOTC contract) [Facebook]. Committee member Junats (Hamilton Junior Naturalist Club) [Facebook]. Geek Dad / Maker / DIY / Photographer / Geocac...Interests: Maker

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  • Getting ready for the Maker culture webinar this afternoon with Nicki and Leanne. Join us at 3.45: http://connect.vln.school.nz/eelwebinar/

  • Thank you Leanne and Nicki - another great webinar yesterday on maker space culture. Recording can be viewed here: http://bit.ly/eelwebinars

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  • Gamer. Maker. Teacher.

    Gamer. Maker. Teacher.

    I'll be honest, I started this group because of the conversations I read in another discussion about the 'gamification' of education. Many of the comments...

  • Digital Technologies: Ideas, implementation, inspiration for the new curriculum.

    Digital Technologies: Ideas, implementation, inspiration for the new curriculum.

    A group to help us explore the new Digital Technologies curriculum as it unfolds. Join today to share your thoughts, ideas, experiences and resources. Includes:  Maker Space eLearning Digital tool use Computer thinking Programming and Coding Unplugged and plugged ideas

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  • Chris Dillon

    Teacher of Digital Technology & Electronics at Cambridge High School. Works and lives in Cambridge, New Zealand. NZACDITT Committee 2015 - 2017. NZACDITT representative on PPTA ICT Advisory Committee 2017. Previously: TiC Digital Technology, Assistant Teacher of Art & Design, Media Stu...

    Tags: Robots, Programming, Digital Technology, Electronics, Technology, Maker, Geek, Photography, e-Learning, Social Media & Networking, Learning with Inquiry, SOLO Taxonomy

  • Maker culture, is it really all that new?

    Tags: maker, culture, space, technology, problem solving, create, tinker, make