EdTech in New Zealand 2021

Discover the companies and organisations that make up the Education Technology (EdTech) ecosystem in Aotearoa.

Using Kiwi innovation, these companies are changing the way we distribute and consume education, bringing kaiako (teachers) and akonga (learners) closer together through digital learning and experiences.

The companies are organised using the HolonIQ Global Learning Landscape classification system.

The EdTech sector is constantly evolving with new companies. This graphic will be regularly updated, so please contact us with your suggested additions: info@accountingpod

LearnCoach is moving exams and assessments online. This means that anyone can can sit exams at any time from anywhere and get the certification they need.

DigitalBadgeED seeks to improve learning and life outcomes for kids. Our platform – aligned to the Open Badges standard – makes it easy for schools and organisations to establish themselves as an issuer, and create and manage badges for their earners.

The open source Mahara project was founded in 2006 as collaboration of a number of tertiary institutions in Aotearoa. Catalyst as development partner was involved from the start and has been maintaining the web application since then, adding new features thanks to the worldwide community.

Youth Hub is a professional network for young people to help maximise their potential and bridge the gap between education and employment. It is an end-to-end digital platform that allows youth to up-skill, personally create and showcase their journey, capture their talents, and drive positive change.

“Peer Assess Pro™ helps student teams in higher education improve their performance, grades, and future-ready employability through teammate peer assessment and educational analytics.”

Career Central provides a career management platform to secondary schools in NZ and Australia.
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