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May
17

Digital learning inquiry students’ video submission

Check out the above video submission for the Inquiry into 21st century learning environments and digital literacy by the pupils of Tawa Intermediate in Wellington, New Zealand.

It was initiated by their teacher, Stephanie Thompson, who wrote the We Are Learning To: Make a difference blog post detailing further background to the process and intent.

Wonderful to note is the top comment on their blog post from Nikki Kaye, the Chair of Education and Science Select Committee, who is behind the public consultation.

What do you think of allowing students responses to these public consultations? Do we do enough to encourage / foster them? Drop us your thoughts in the comments below.

 

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