Welcome to NZACDITT
The New Zealand Association for Computing, Digital and Information Technology Teachers is an association with the goal of advocating for our subjects. The aim of the association is to create a community of teachers where we can share resources, communicate and speak with one voice to get our subject area recognised and supported.
There is so much happening in the Digital Technologies space at the moment, read about some of them in the latest T-News Magazine. This is a regular Newsletter that has loads of information for us.
Programming course offered by University of Otago - Semester 2, 2014
The Mobile App Competition for Girls is a competition to introduce high school girls to the problem-solving skills that are at the core of computer science. Y11 - Y13 girls in high schools on the 26th - 27th of July. Free competition with a top prize for 3 students to receive a 3-year tuition fee scholarship for study in computing at Unitec: http://hyperdisc.unitec.ac.nz/cs4hs2014/competition/index.html
Registration for CS4HS 2014 at Unitec is now open - http://cs4hs.unitec.ac.nz/registration.html.
Also, 20 July is the last day for students to register for the mobile app development competition - http://cs4hs.unitec.ac.nz/competition/registration.html.
Changes to NZACDITT Google Group - April 2nd 2013
NZACDITT Google groups will only be available to paid-up members of NZACDITT. The cross over will happen on the 1st of April 2013.
NZACDITT (Your subject Association) manages the Google Group. It is the main vehicle for discussion and resources, (and was open to all people subject to approval).
NZACDITT want to make this resource available to paid members only so that we can start to provide more dedicated support to our membership.
If you are paid up and wish to gain access, please email nzacditt+owners [at] googlegroups.com
Join your Region when you Join NZACDITT
Join the region you represent when you are a member of NZACDITT. We want to build up the Professional Capabilities of the regions. We need to start organising at a regional level to get collaboration and sharing happening.
Level One Digital Technologies Achivement Standards
Level Two Digital Technologies Achivement Standards
Level Three Digital Technologies Achivement Standards