11 August 2016
As announced by Education Minister Hekia Parata at the NZTech Advance Education Technology Summit in Auckland last month, digital technology is to be formally integrated into the New Zealand curriculum. The follow up announcement from the Minister of an immediate $1 million investment in initiatives to help schools engage their students in digital technologies sends … Continue reading "Leading for 21st Century Learning"
NZTech has backed the Government’s move to put $1 million into digital technology projects.
05 August 2016
The government has made a great first step to introducing digital technology into the New Zealand curricula to cope with the demands of fast-approaching digital future, NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says.
04 July 2016
30 June 2016
Phil will draw a lens on the Digital and Technology sector within a broad New Zealand context, the opportunities and challenges we face as businesses and provide insight into where our strengths lie. About Phil O’Reilly: Phil has a long history of strong business leadership and advocacy in New Zealand. His most recent appointment was … Continue reading "An audience with Phil O’Reilly"
21 June 2016
Teaching computational thinking, digital technology and cyber security at primary school level has been identified by NZTech to be as integral as maths and English to the nation’s economy. The New Zealand education system is not evolving fast enough to generate local talent to support the growth of the tech sector, NZTech chief Graeme Muller … Continue reading "NZTech calls for faster implementation of digital literacy"
Education technology will be a $200 billion global market by 2017, NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says.
10 May 2016
Join us in Denver, Colorado this June! On behalf of NZTech and our EdTechNZ Advisory Board, you are invited to join the New Zealand delegation to attend the largest Edtech Conference in the world, #ISTE2016.
29 February 2016
How do we ready students for STEM jobs we don’t yet know?
23 February 2016
New Zealand students can take their first steps into the exciting world of computer coding next week with the annual ‘Hour of Code’ campaign returning as part of Computer Science Education Week, 7-13 December.
01 December 2015