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Kiwi children are at risk of of falling behind as teachers admit they lack the confidence to roll-out the new digital curriculum.It's expected some schools will fail to meet the Government's fast approaching 2020 deadline, putting students further behind ...
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he regions are leading the way in ultra-fast broadband uptake, says Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Minister Kris Faafoi.The latest Quarterly Connectivity Update released today shows that 75 per cent of New Zealand’s population can now access faste...
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Hamilton City Libraries’ reputation for engaging young people in digital technologies has earnt the service a spot at this year’s Fieldays.The Libraries team was invited to bring its mobile makerspace programme, The LAB, to be part of the Fieldays Careers and Education H...
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An opportunity to explore the many career pathways in the field of engineering.Find out more and register...
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Join us after school for a fun session in a local library making cool art with electronics and your creative flair!Find out more and register...
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The LAB – Libraries' mobile makerspace programmeFind out more and register...
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A locally based event to inspire and engage attendees from regional Waikato as part of the Techweek19 Waikato festival of innovation.Find out more and register...
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This workshop will show how code can be used to create striking graphical images and manipulate image data. The workshop does not require any previous coding experience and is designed to allow an easy introduction to coding and graphics.Find out more and register...
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A digital technologies challenge is helping teachers feel confident about introducing new curriculum content while also ensuring students have fun.Students and teachers all around the country are taking up the challenge to solve problems in their local schools and communitie...
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The Maori Council has released commentary on the issue facing many families across New Zealand who are trying to ensure they are prepared for the start of the school year.“The digital divide in New Zealand is growing larger and as children begin a new school year a lot of ...
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