Case Study.
Over the past 2 years, Sea Digital has worked with NZME on producing stories and showcasing innovative practises and initiatives in schools, through the production of the Ministry Of Education’s “Education Gazette” video series.
Case Study.

Ministry Of Education.

Over the past 2 years, Sea Digital has worked with NZME on producing stories and showcasing innovative practises and initiatives in schools, through the production of the Ministry Of Education’s “Education Gazette” video series. As the lead team in producing this content, we have been working collaboratively with the Ministry across all areas from conception, storyboarding, directing to final production.

We've been rewarded by hearing touching stories and meeting so many wonderful people making a difference in education.

Some examples of the stories we covered and produced are below:

The services the ministry required were primarily content based across video, photography and equipment setup. This included talent management, location scouting and project management.

Creative Strategy
Video Production
Photography
Motion Graphics
Sound Production

Services.

Video.

Education Gazette Centenary: Looking Ahead

As Education Gazette | Tukutuku Kōrero celebrates 100 years of publication, technologist Dr Michelle Dickinson (Nanogirl) and students from Newlands Intermediate School share their thoughts on the role digital technologies might have in teaching and learning in the future.

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Celebrating 100 years: Looking Back

A montage of the last 100 years of education in Aotearoa New Zealand, as Education Gazette | Tukutuku Kōrero celebrates 100 years of publication. This is the augmented reality video clip that is triggered by the cover of Volume 100, Issue 1 - a special issue to mark the Gazette’s centenary.

Video.

Learning From Home – A Student Experience

Karori Normal School Year 7 student Cooper Chong gives an insight into what it has been like to learn from home during lockdown.

Video.

Boosting Attendance & Engagement At Tāneatua School | Covid

In Part 1, Tāneatua School principal Mārama Stewart describes some of the challenges encountered before and after Covid-19 and how a Brazilian jiu jitsu programme, supported with Urgent Response Funding, has helped the school community’s efforts in getting tamariki engaged in school life.

Video.

Boosting Attendance & Engagement At Tāneatua School | Part 2

In Part 2, we hear what the Brazilian jiu jitsu programme is all about and how it’s working alongside other initiatives to boost attendance and create a positive culture at Tāneatua School.

Video.

Boosting Attendance & Engagement At Tāneatua School | Part 3”

In Part 3, Tāneatua School principal Mārama Stewart gives an example of how the programme is proving to be transformational for their tamariki.

Outcomes.

Framework

We have helped develop a framework to create content for YouTube and social channels so that the Ministry has a standardised way of approving content for the Gazette moving forward.

Quality

The quality of the content we are producing is of a higher quality compared to other channels run by the Ministry. We have done this by focussing on clever ‘lighting’, sound equipment while developing solid stories.

A growing Relationship

As a result of our work, we have been approached by the Ministry to produce more work in other areas such as helping them create a new Podcast series.