Why this matters
This pīkau is the final part of a four part series. If you haven’t seen the previous pīkau then we suggest visiting these pīkau first:
- Pīkau 20 – Create your DT learning programme
- Pīkau 21 – Incorporating authentic contexts
- Pīkau 22 – Incorporating a design process
Evaluating your learning programme
Taking a step back to review your learning programme is important to ensure that it meets the needs of all learners, and the New Zealand Curriculum.
Evaluation and iteration are critical elements in the practice of every teacher.
Effective teaching and learning "requires that teachers inquire into the impact of their teaching on their students." (Teaching as Inquiry, New Zealand Curriculum, (2007) page 35)
Teachers constantly inquire into what it is that they do, and what has the biggest, positive impact on their students' learning.
This pīkau takes you through an evaluation of the digital technologies learning programme you have developed.