Sharing what we heard in the Digital Technologies and Hangarau Matihiko curriculum content consultation
Our education system is changing so that we can prepare our children and young people to participate, create and thrive in this fast-evolving digital world.
What’s changing? The Technology Learning Area in the New Zealand Curriculum will clearly outline the expectations for learning in Digital Technologies. The Hangarau Wāhanga Ako in Te Marautanga o Aotearoa will be revised to include Hangarau Matihiko. The change will create a ripple effect throughout the curriculum.
We have gathered all the feedback on the draft Digital Technologies and Hangarau Matihiko curriculum content, and identified the major themes from those conversations.
The following three reports are now available to view:
- Summary Report - How we’ve strengthened Digital Technologies and Hangarau Matihiko content in the curriculum [PDF, 892 KB]
- the process we have followed in developing and consulting on the draft curriculum content
- once consultation feedback was collected, a summary of what we heard and what we’re doing as a result
- the next steps for the education sector to introduce the new curriculum content into schools and kura.
Martin Jenkins Consultation Process Report [PDF, 3.7 MB] this summarises and collates feedback received from the public consultation.
Curriculum Advisory Group Report [PDF, 2.2 MB] this group was established as an independent panel of experts commissioned to advise the Ministry on the draft Digital Technologies & Hangarau Matihiko curriculum content consultation feedback - and provide recommendations.
A fourth report, The Ministry of Education’s response to the Curriculum Advisory Group Report, will be available on request. This report is a collation of the Curriculum Advisory Group Report and the Ministry’s detailed response to the consultation feedback.
Last reviewed: Has this been useful? Give us your feedback