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OMGTech! wants you
OMGTech is looking for a few good folk to come along and support its programme of getting kids involved in the ICT sector. Are you up to the challenge?
NetHui 2017 kicks off next week
InternetNZ's NetHui is on and, after a year spent touring the regions, it's back in Auckland, at Aotea Square.
This year's theme is "Trust and Freedom" and InternetNZ has lined up some major speakers to discuss the issues at hand.
Giz a job: Industry says no need for tertiary qualifications
As the innovation sector struggles to find people to fill roles, a number of major companies have banded together to deliver an open letter to the public saying applicants need not hold a formal qualification to be considered.
120,000 kids still without internet access at home, warns lobby group
The 20/20 Trust has released its Digital Inclusion Manifesto in the lead up to the election and is calling for all New Zealanders to have affordable access to the internet and "the skills and confiden…
Technology Education Policy in Election 2017
In the lead-up to the election, Ian Apperley takes a closer look at policy considerations. This post: education.
World Biggest Education Technology Conference Explores Computer Games for Learning
The use of computer games to support the learning and assessment of 21st century competencies was the focus of a keynote by Professor Valerie Shute at the World Conference on Computers in Education (W…
Reflecting on the Digital Technologies school curriculum announcement
As outlined last week, ITP is really happy to be part of the major announcement around the detail of Digital Technologies in the curriculum for all New Zealand schools. This is an initiative we've bee…
Brislen on Tech
In which we close out the Copper Age, discover people do actually use this thing called the internet and that if teachers can grasp the nettle, so can you.
A different approach to digital technology in schools
It's 2017 in New Zealand, and our schools aren't producing enough confident, informed digital participants. Sure, they can play games like a boss, but that's just digital consumption. Ask them to do s…
Teachers embrace digital learning technologies
A survey of primary and intermediate school teachers and principals finds that most believe digital technologies are enhancing classrooms and student learning.
How to be a Highly Valued Employee
If you would like to be a more highly valued employee and reap the rewards of that (get promoted, earn more money, help your organisation be more successful) please read on.
Many years ago, back in…