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2020 wrap up from EdTechNZ

As the year comes to a close, this is always a good time to reflect, as well as an opportunity to look forward.
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Executive Council Announced, AGM Update and more!

EdTechNZ has just completed our second annual election of our Executive Council. Congratulations go out to returning council members: Annabel Robertson from Education New Zealand, David Glover from Unitec, Shane Kerr from Shane Kerr Consulting and Truman Pham from The Mind Lab. We’d also like to welcome Matthew McCulloch from AWS – it’s great to have you as part of the team Matthew. We do have … Continue reading "Executive Council Announced, AGM Update and more!"
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Your October update

EdTechNZ’s Annual Meeting is upon us in October which means that it’s also election time for our Executive Council.
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The best of AI at Techweek2020

Techweek may be over for another year and I hope you attended as many inspiring and informative events as possible. Artificial Intelligence featured prominently during Techweek2020 so we’ve collated the best Techweek TV highlights for you.
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Exploring Edtech at techweek2020

Techweek2020 is almost upon us (it begins next Monday) and there is a great line-up of EdTech, and education related events!
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Accelerating the pace of change

We are in a time when the pace of change driven by new technologies looks set to accelerate like no other time in recent history and it is widely recognised technology will be critical in driving the recovery of the global economy.
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This is the year for EdTech

This is the year for EdTech. Now more than ever there is the opportunity and the imperative to reshape how we deliver education. While the New Zealand education sector has responded well to the current challenges, it also saddens me a little to think that it took a world-changing event to trigger change.
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What will we learn from AI educating us?

A new year and a new decade always presents the opportunity to look at things through a different lens and rethink our future. Here at EdTechNZ, we think now is that time for us.