He who dares to teach must never cease to learn.John Cotton Dana (1856–1929)
- Follow edwin bruce, teacher on WordPress.com
Tag cloudAko assessment behaviour management BYOD Catalyst cell phone charter schools computer science concepts computer studies creative commons customer service Datacom Digital Technologies Doctor Who earthquake education elections EOTC ergonomics ESOL Excel facebook future of education GIMP google grammer HTML HTML5 humour IITP inquiry iPad ITALC Kiwi Foo Camp Maori maths Microsoft misconceptions music Music in class N4L NCEA new teacher NZQA online safety open data open source OSH parents Photoshop place based education PPTA privacy programming python Realme Registered Teacher Criteria Relationships religious education Reports RSI RTC2 security sexism Silicon Valley Spark Student Voice teacher registration teaching technology testing thoughts WEGC WEGC Computer Club Worksafe
Error: Twitter did not respond. Please wait a few minutes and refresh this page.
Teacher and ICT Specialist64 21 470997
Tag Archives: Catalyst
Following extract from Education Gazette. Support from the business community remains an important component of teaching their future employees… “WEGC enjoys a close friendship with the wider technology industry, including local information technology firm Datacom, which donates a cash prize … Continue reading
Amelia Cordwell and Lana Cleverley, as the clever creators of ‘Ignite’, a house points game, were finalists in the NZ Open Source Awards (category of Education, Social Services and Youth). This is the first time any school-age students have … Continue reading
Reflecting on the last year, and using the deBono technique of Good Bad Interesting, I have come up with the following (limited to 17 in total and not in any order of priority): Good Coaching the senior second soccer team – … Continue reading
Recent article written by WEGC Technology Prefects for the School Newsletter. The image shows two students with their devices(BYOD) suitably decorated as part of Gigabytes promotional activities.
Fantastic to see so many girls from Wellington East Girls College undertaking the Catalyst Open Source Academy. http://catalyst.net.nz/company/news/open-source-academy-2014 We must be doing something right at school. Hopefully these and many other students at Wellington East will go on to Computer Science … Continue reading
Additionally, Brooks muses that “good” programmers are generally five to ten times as productive as mediocre ones I read The Mythical Man Month several years ago, and having observed the Catalyst Open Source Academy I am prompted to think about what … Continue reading
I have been observing the Catalyst Open Source Academy over the last few days. The course is attended by twenty students from around New Zealand (Years 11-13) and exposes them to computer science, software development methodologies, programming, web development and the opportunity to … Continue reading