Issue 83 – Term 4, November 2017

(Last Updated On: February 28, 2020)

Issue 83 – Term 4, November 2017


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INTERFACE News and Views 


Jumping in the ‘Cloud’ has changed everything Orere Primary School is flying high and a lighthouse school for Microsoft’s Cloud Transformation Project.

Dive into a world of learning Young Ocean Explorers has launched a new, interactive website about life in the waters around New Zealand.

DQ World raises your students’ ‘Digital Intelligence’ NetSafe is encouraging schools to use DQ World, a self- learning platform for students to learn digital citizenship skills.

Is wearable learning a good fit for the classroom? As more digital technology is coming in forms that we actually attach to ourselves, could we be heading towards a revolution of ‘wearable learning’?

‘Mixed Reality’ is a game changer for learning Blending the real and digital worlds, Mixed Reality could have a bigger impact on education than any other technology.

Special Supplement: NZ Transport Agency Six pages packed with the latest road safety resources, ideas, information, and initiatives.

Drink tracking app wins girls’ coding challenge Three Year 13 girls from Hillcrest High School win the ‘Tech Girls are Superheroes’ competition with their Drink Minder app.

Getting the best out of your BYOD Whether you’re just getting started or already up and running, here are eight things you need to consider to blitz BYOD.

Review: HP Elite x2 1012 G2

Getting two for one with ‘Codebotiks’ classes Should you choose coding or robotics? Maidstone Intermediate came up with a way to do both.

Competitions Some great prizes to be won!

Lesson Ideas ‘Top tourist attractions’ and ‘Virtual tours in the Whakata-ne District’

Learn to code with Gamefroot

File Share – Four pages of online resources

From the back of the class: Giving kids more power in the digital world The Children’s Commissioner of England explains why she’s launched teaching resources to help young people become more empowered digital citizens.

Events Diary


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