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Industry provides their view on the education challenge faced by NZ schools – Frances Valintine

Jackie Clark
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EdTech

Today I received an in-depth thought-leadership piece from David Eaton, the Chief Technology Officer at HP Enterprises, New Zealand. David is someone you want to be in your group of friends as he is insightful and smart, and he is also prepared to mobilise people to drive progress.

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Can Technology Transform a Community? Yes!

Jackie Clark
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EdTech

Good things happen when a community comes together with the right opportunities.

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My Letter to Parents – Frances Valintine

Jackie Clark
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EdTech

I imagine a future for our children where New Zealand plays a leading part in the global digital sector. But right now this goal is a significant stretch beyond our current capability and output.

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N4L helps OMGTech! support teachers through Pond

Jackie Clark
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EdTech

N4L is excited to announce that OMGTech!, a charitable education initiative getting more Kiwi kids interested in STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering & maths), will be using online learning hub Pond to make its educational resources accessible to all New Zealand schools.

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Upcoming EdTech Connect Events in Auckland, Wellington & Christchurch

Jackie Clark
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EdTech, Events

All those who work in, or are interested in the NZ educational technology sector, are invited to join us at one of our  next EdTech Connect Events running in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.

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N4L raises volume of teacher excellence with new podcast series

Jackie Clark
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Raising the voice of New Zealand teachers championing innovative learning is the aim of the new “Point of Learning” podcast launched by N4L (Network for Learning), with the fourth episode airing today, featuring Abdul Chohan, an internationally recognised learning technology consultant which Apple named as one of the world’s most innovative educators.

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