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Iwi extends education strategy with Computers in Homes
In partnership with Computers In Homes (CIH), an iwi at the top of the South Island has extended its Learning and Development strategy.
Moodle gets a makeover
“Our core goal is to support and improve education by making our teachers more effective, and Moodle continues its evolution in Moodle 2.9..."
NZQA to discuss digital assessment in schools
"We need to ensure we facilitate the assessment changes necessary to parallel the development in the use of technology within the classroom.”
Kiwi educators: How are you using technology?
Educators need to evaluate how they’re using technology, and look at whether their choices are accelerating learning, or making a student passive.
Microsoft asks: Is technology hindering or helping education?
"It’s more important than ever for Kiwi educators and schools to critically evaluate the use of technology in teaching," says Microsoft.
Girls, opportunities abound in tech sector
Michelle Dickinson, also known as NanoGirl, has been named as a Bright Sparks ambassador, and is encouraging girls to get involved in technology.
Top 5 issues education decision makers must consider
The five key issues education decision makers must consider as technology places increasingly heavy demands on network infrastructure.
Scholastic sells off EdTech business
Scholastic Corporation has sold its Educational Technology and Services (EdTech) business to Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Company for $575 million
Kiwis, get on board: EdTech market explodes
EdTech for Export is hosting an eT4e conference this June in Wellington, with the aim of encouraging industry collaboration and networking.
Problem solving in a modern world
Core Education is hosting an event this June for educators who are focused on how to create a learning experience that suits the modern world.
Samsung offers education solutions for schools
"Samsung's solutions enrich the learning experience, enhance teaching effectiveness and allow administrators to run institutions more efficiently."
How do ed-tech inventors stay ahead of the competition?
There are a number of ways in which players in the ed-tech space stay agile and keep creating useful tools, says Jeff Fernandez Grovo CEO and founder.
Kiwi teachers to learn about Japan’s cutting-edge technology
Eight New Zealand science and digital technology teachers are set to bring newfound knowledge of Japan’s technology into New Zealand classrooms.