Enrol for Postgrad digital learning course

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The Mind Lab has partnered with Unitec to offer a Postgraduate Certificate in Applied Practice (Digital and Collaborative Learning). The 32-week part-time course is designed for teachers at all levels to build knowledge of emerging technologies and teaching methodologies, for immediate application in the classroom. The inaugural programme began in July, with 100 teachers attending […]

Google launches ‘Drive For Education’ with unlimited storage


Students whose schools use Google Apps for Education will soon be able to store as many files in their Google Drive folders as they like. Earlier this year, Google launched Drive for Work, its premium $10/month version of Google Drive with unlimited storage and a couple of additional enterprise features. Today, the company announced that is […]

All teachers can now jump into N4L’s Pond

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Teachers can make a bigger splash in Pond, with the new digital learning hub designed by Network for Learning (N4L) now available to all educators and administrative staff working in New Zealand schools. When teachers return for Term 4, they can take part in N4L’s new ‘Make a Splash’ programme designed to help them make the […]

INTERFACE Awards 2014: Two days left to enter!


Entries for the INTERFACE Awards 2014 close on Friday, 10 October. Don’t miss out – get your entry in now! Teachers across New Zealand are doing fantastic things with information and communications technology. Are you one of them?Why not tell us how you successfully use ICT in your teaching and earn the recognition your efforts […]

Microsoft unveils Windows 10: yes the Start button is back

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Microsoft unveiled its next Windows operating system, Windows 10, and gave a first look at an early technical preview for the PC available from 1st October PT. The announcement highlighted advancements designed for business, including an updated user experience and enhanced security and management capabilities.  “Windows 10 represents the first step of a whole new […]

Google to fund training for 1,000 primary teachers to teach computer coding

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In a bid to foster a new generation of computer whizz-kids, teachers from across Manchester will be trained in the art of coding now that the National Curriculum requires lessons in it. Google is supporting Code Club Pro, a non-profit organisation providing training and resources aimed at teachers of the new computing curriculum. The Manchester-wide […]

Two new developments for N4L’s Pond


Network for Learning (N4L) has announce two major developments to help its portal Pond become an integral part of teacher planning. It’s now open to all educators working in New Zealand schools, and N4L has also recently introduced its new Make a Splash programme – “a self-manage programme to introduce school departments, faculties or whole staff to […]


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