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Looking ahead to 2023

As the year has been winding down, we’ve been busy behind the scenes preparing for another great year in 2023. Earlier last month, the EdTech executive council met in Wellington to host our annual strategy session to brainstorm how we can best serve our local EdTech community. 
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Financial Literacy Program Cracks Top 100

MoneyTime, the financial literacy program for 10-14 year olds, has been announced as one of the top 100 education innovations globally for 2022 by HundrED, a Helsinki based organisation that seeks and shares inspiring innovations from around the world in K12 education. 
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Reflecting on the year that’s been and planning for the future

Last week we hosted our Annual Meeting where our co-chair, Shane Kerr, and deputy chair, Alana Pellow presented to our membership base a review of the journey our EdTech community has had over the last 12 months, our strategy moving forward, and announced our new executive council and said some farewells. Here are a few … Continue reading "Reflecting on the year that’s been and planning for the future"
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Taking our edtech to the world

Last week EdTechNZ member Amy App’s CEO Raphael Nolden joined the Hon. Chris Hipkins on a delegation to Asia to promote our education sector.
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Kai’s Education Joins the National Computer Science for ALL Announcement

New Zealand, Kai’s Education Joins the National Computer Science for ALL Announcement in the Sixth Year of CS Education CommitmentsTogether with CSforALL and 136 organizations, Kai’s Education Announces their Commitment to Drive Action in the Computer Science Education Space. Memphis, TN, Thursday, October 20, 2022–As the CSforALL community advances equitable and sustainable K-12 computer science … Continue reading "Kai’s Education Joins the National Computer Science for ALL Announcement"
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Striving for digital equity in education

EdTechNZ strives to see digital equity in education so all learners and educators have better access to digital tools, equipment, skills, and training, leading to better learner outcomes.
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The Annual Pacific Digital Stories showcase

The Annual Pacific Digital Stories showcase is taking place tomorrow, Saturday 30th July with a SOLD OUT session. This year’s theme is Folau fa'atasi i luma - Voyaging forward together.
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Universal Design for Learning

An important framework within the New Zealand curriculum over the last decade has been the universal design for learning; a flexible and inclusive approach to teaching and learning that is underpinned by the intent to allow akonga (learners) to participate and engage with learning in a manner that celebrates and accommodates their individuality.