Technology in schools stories
The shifting security perimeter in higher education
Shifting the security perimeter from places and platforms to people marks a significant evolution in strategy.
Education has gone digital: here’s how to drive student success
The sweet spot for EdTech occurs when the technology is fit for purpose and students and teachers know how to use the technology and get the most out of it.
Edith Cowan University transforms end-user remote support to support anytime, anywhere learning
With its integration with modern platforms and market-leading status in remote access, ECU chose TeamViewer Tensor as the ideal solution.
Unlocking the full potential of STEM education
The integration of STEM education into the school curriculum is crucial in preparing the next generation for the challenges of the future.
Te Pūkenga and REANNZ collaborate to deliver high-performance Wi-Fi to all learners across New Zealand
Te Pūkenga, New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology, and Crown entity REANNZ partner to provide free Wi-Fi access for all students and staff.
Enemy at the school gates: A guide to enhancing cybersecurity in education
Schools must invest in security as a core principle and foster a culture where staff understands the importance of cybersecurity.
Telstra to deliver faster internet for QLD schools
State school students across Queensland will now have faster internet speeds, following a new $187m deal between Telstra and the Queensland Government.
UPDATED: Election 2020 - Which parties care about tech's role in New Zealand
Technology should be flying high when it comes to government investment and commitment from New Zealand's political parties. But is it?.
DNZ20 report celebrates our nation of gaming junkies
Kiwi gamers debunk stereotypes, average age 34, half women, reaping gaming's diverse benefits.
Ministry of Education says curriculum won't widen digital divide
NZ Ministry defends digital tech in schools, denying it widens socio-economic gaps.
Raglan: Home to NZ's first enviro-tech camp for kids
When you think of tech camps for kids, the North Island’s rugged surf spot Raglan may not be the first place that comes to mind – until now, at least.
Kiwi company trains future innovators with robotics, coding and more
'Normal' people like you and I could soon be left in the dust by the generation or two below us as OMGTech! trains our future innovators.
Why schools need to ramp up their cybersecurity measures
They house the sensitive information that hackers specifically seek, are running a wide variety of unprotected endpoints, and have limited resources.
Tairua School builds problem-solving skills with TaiTECH
Tairua School launches innovation and technology academy TaiTECH, offering specialist training in construction, cookery, art, sports science, and design.
New $14 million student innovation space opens
Te Ara o Mauao is a multi-purpose, technologically enhanced learning space, which offers greater informality and flexibility for learning.
Kiwi tech start up launches new software to help schools communicate
Arrowtown-based tech start up Virtual Industries Group has developed a new Software-as-as-Service product called Message My Way.
2017: Trends and predictions for education technology
Technology is revolutionizing education, making it accessible and enhancing learning. YesCourse predicts 2017 trends including VR and predictive analytics.
Govt gives further $1m for wireless technology in schools
Government increases funding for Wireless School Network Upgrade Project to retrofit wireless technology at 34 state-integrated schools.
International expert warns NZ to steer clear of 'corporate online schools'
Private ownership of online schools could be detrimental to New Zealand, warns education expert. Public schools are more effective, says Prof. Gary Miron.
Noel Leeming's Mobile Learning Centre wraps up tech roadshow around Kiwi schools
Noel Leeming's Mobile Learning Centre (MLC) has clocked up 42,000 kilometres and 'inspired' more than 14,500 Kiwi kids, all through tech in learning.
Govt offers $1m to engage young Kiwis in digital tech
Government funds nine projects to engage students in digital technologies, including local projects and support for Maori students.
Palmerston North City Council launches Tech Challenge
Palmerston North City Council has launched a new programme to encourage young people to become excited about science, technology, engineering & maths.
YOU'RE INVITED: uLearn P2P - The 'Making' of our future inventors
Technology that was once limited to industry organisations is now becoming affordable for schools, which is causing monumental changes.
The two main technology challenges facing Kiwi principals
NZ school principals face two main technology challenges, as schools across the country continually eye up the advantages of technology in schools.