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Technology crucial for New Zealand’s future

Technology, which is crucial for New Zealand’s economic and social future, is in the hands of school children who are taking a massive interest in the country’s fastest growing sector, NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says.
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EdTechNZ Newsletter – Education to Employability

Find out what has been happening in the EdTech sector, including EdTechNZ’s first meetup of the year and a facial recognition trial at tertiary providers could lead to wider use in New Zealand schools.
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EdTechNZ – Inspirational Youth

Earlier this month I had the pleasure of attending the launch of the Accelerator youth training programme at The Warehouse.
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EdTechNZ Newsletter – November 2018 Update

Welcome to the final newsletter of 2018.  Regardless of what the festive season means to you, I wish you all the best for the holidays and 2019. Maori TV recently broadcast an interesting feature on the digital future of education. The Raranga Matihiko programme delivers digital technologies access and curriculum content learning for both digital technologies … Continue reading "EdTechNZ Newsletter – November 2018 Update"
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EdTechNZ – AI set to transform education

The big education event this month was CORE Education’s annual uLearn conference.  During his presentation, the AI Forum’s Ben Reid highlighted the significant opportunity in New Zealand for AI to deliver efficiencies in education and transform some of the traditional learning methods.  For those in Auckland keen to learn more about AI and gain hands on … Continue reading "EdTechNZ – AI set to transform education"
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EdTech Newsletter – September 2018 Update

Earlier this year, a friend gave Rebecca and I honey from his own suburban Auckland hive.   Immediately, I decided I wanted a hive of my own! I’ve always liked bees (even as a child), beekeeping is good for the environment and who doesn’t like honey?  It makes a great personal gift too.