INSPIRING TAMARIKI, RANGATAHI & WHĀNAU TO CREATE, TRANSFORM, SHAPE & DEVELOP THEIR OWN DIGITAL TOOLS
The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries.
DNA will be providing free one-hour workshops during December 7-13. No experience needed. Some of these workshops will be school based, some will be at our hub. Click on the link below to register your interest.
Ages 4 to 104!
dna – digital natives academy is a non-profit that sees Coding as the “new” literacy. We can’t wait until our whānau go to University, Wānanga or Polytech to be introduced to science and technology or take computer science courses. We need our young ones to start understanding the fundamentals of coding now, to build confidence and strategies that will help them solve complex problems.
dna – digital natives academy is made possible by a small community of creative innovators who want to learn, share, create, inspire change, encourage digital leadership and digital literacy while leveraging new digital opportunities around Aotearoa.
Our focus is on providing tools that will encourage tamariki, rangatahi and whānau to think creatively, work collaboratively, and reason systematically as a way to prepare them for increased opportunities in science and technology. The key to all this is building their confidence in STEAM subjects (science, technology, engineering, arts & maths) by providing them with fun and engaging activities.
Te whakatipu a nuku. Te whakatipu a rangi. Mauri ora koutou katoa. E ngā whānau – karanagaranga mai. Haere mai ki tenei kaupapa o te Ao huirhuri, haere mai, haere mai. Haere mai i tenei ako o te whai rawa o te ipurangi me te waea pukoro nei, haere mai, noho mai ra. Kia u. Kia to. Kia matara.
Potaua & Nikolasa Biasiny-Tule
Digital Natives Academy
1148 Eruera Street, Rotorua (please text to see if anyone is there)