Looking forward to using this with my next school coffee order.
All of these are available from http://www.tetaurawhiri.govt.nz/resources/?year=2017
This is a worthy topic for this course too and our Ministry of Education too perhaps. What do you think?Computational thinking is seen as a skill set that every child needs to develop. It is related with a number of other 21st century competencies (problem solving, critical thinking, productivity, and creativity). In EDUsummIT 2013, we aim to advance the discussion about computational thinking by focusing its core competencies, its relation with and distinction from other 21st century competences, and its place in the curriculum.
"Progress is reported against curriculum levels that align with Learning Area (subject) learning objectives. Students are measured against the New Zealand Curriculum, utilising curriculum and sub levels to signal the depth of thinking and understanding. This is one of the ways that we share achievement and progress with parents and whanau." - HPSS Summative Progress Report
|The recycling bins at school|
|Just some of the bottles that we looked at. Interesting that the Powerade bottle had no markings showing what number recycling it was.|
Bottle and can crushing machine aids charities and environment
The reverse vending machineThere is also what DB Export are doing, where they are turning bottles into crushed sand.
|finding instagram as a help to develop ideas|
|Leadership Camp, up the top in the farmland,|
The mist comes out after the heavy rain.