What is DTTA?

The Digital Technologies Teachers Aotearoa is an association with the goal of advocating for our subjects. The aim of the association is to create a community of teachers where we can share resources, communicate and speak with one voice to get our subject area recognised and supported.

DTTA was formed for the following purposes:

  1. Strengthen, encourage and improve the teaching of a broad range of Computing, Digital and Information Technologies in New Zealand schools.
  2. Promote, advance, support and guide teachers of a broad range of Computing, Digital and Information Technologies (herein after referred to as “the subject”) in New Zealandschools.
  3. Facilitate, negotiate and foster links/consultation between teachers/educators and government institutions on any matters relating to the subject.
  4. Assist in the development, maintenance and review of the subject guidelines.
  5. Promote the education, professional development and up-skilling of its members.
  6. Assist teachers of the subject to keep up to date with current practice, and tertiary and industry developments.
  7. Promote and advance the profile/image of the subject to students, government and educational institutions, IT professionals/organizations, industry and the public.

These things make up the Mission of DTTA.

2022 Committee

President: Malcolm Clarke, Kowhai Intermediate

    Secretary: Tracy Henderson - UC CSERG - Department of fun stuff


Treasurer: John Creighton - Burnside High School

Past President: Chris Dillon - Cambridge High School

Committee Members

Steve Wright - Inglewood High School

Steve Rodkiss - Burnside High School

Corlene Greenwood - Epsom Girls Grammar School

Andrew Churches - Kristin School

Ian Fulton - Whangamata Area School

Greg Scrivin - Te Wharekura o Mauao

Brendon Anderson -


This page was last modified on 10 May 2022.