Conferenz and NZ Tech bring best practice in pedagogy and education technology to New Zealand with the Advance Education Technology Summit in July. The event is is about connecting communities and experiences to learn about the best ways to use technology in our schools – at the same time identifying and supporting the growth of New Zealand EdTech, say organisers.
“The event will have a stream focused on Pedagogy and Technology, a stream focused on EdTech Exports and a number of sessions bringing them all together to share insights. There will also be a closed-door ‘Leaders’ Forum’ to identify the most important changes that are needed that we can all work on together.
The two-day conference is being held at Massey University’s Albany Campus, 5 and 6 July. Its aim is to bring together teachers, principals, educationalists and the government with experts in technology to stimulate new ideas and experience sharing to help support the evolution of education in New Zealand.
“The event will expose successful strategies for using technology to enable education outcomes, so ultimately the country will benefit as our teachers leverage technology to support learning.”
For more details and to register go to techleaders.co.nz/education-technology