Category: Issue 59

INTERFACE Awards 2014 – Meet the finalists

Thanks to everyone who entered this year’s award. We’ve chosen this year’s finalists. Congratulations to: Best Teaching with ICT – Primary and Intermediate Chris Dixon and Hayley Hikairo, Maungatapu Primary, Tauranga – Battle of Gate Pa Nick Leith, Casebrook Intermediate School, Christchurch – Creating a website Kerry Poulsen, West Melton School, […]

Calling all coding enthusiasts

Are you teaching computer programming? Are you and your students using coding in your classroom? If so, we want to hear from you. Next year we’re planning a number of projects and features on the subject. We’d like to learn about your experiences using code, from the successes […]

Are you moving school next year?

There are always some job changes at the start of a new year. If you’re moving schools and want to continue reading INTERFACE, let us know. We’ll be able to tell you if your new school receives the magazine and who to contact to make sure you get […]

Poetry in safer motion

On the streets and in the classroom, students now have an opportunity to become knowledge producers, with safer travel in their sights. Wayne Erb reviews ‘Everyone is a road user’, a new curriculum resource from NZTA. When students are given prompts, a purpose, and time to sit safely […]