It was great to see so many people engaging at NZCER’s ‘Games for Learning’ conference at Te Papa last week. INTERFACE was proud to play its part and be a sponsor of the inaugural event. There were some excellent presentations, plenty of discussion and networking, and lots to […]
Thanks to everyone who entered our Student Scratch competition. We’ve received hundreds of entries and it’s taken us longer than we expected to work through them all. The quality of the work that’s been submitted is really high and there have been some fantastic entries. It’s been a […]
Finding a calendar app that improves and enhances the communication schools already have with their community can be both confusing and time consuming. Sharlene Barnes looks at what you really need to know. Apps are everywhere – and that’s why schools can really benefit from implementing a calendar […]
What is ‘Wearable Tech’? Created by Calaghan, The Wearable Technology – Improving Human Performance and Wellbeing infographic breaks the topic down into sub components and explains what technologies are ready to utilise now and which will be ready in the future. The business innovation agency is currently running […]
Calling all digital creators … entries are now open for the MADE Awards 2017. Designed to recognise excellence in digital media skills, these popular awards continue to grow in size and standard – could you be a winner in 2017? There are eight categories to choose from – […]
Primary students across New Zealand and Australia will battle it out to show their maths proficiency in Matific’s inaugural Maths competition, starting 31 August. Up for grabs is $50,000 worth of prizes, including a major first prize of $20,000 cash. “There will be an initial ‘warm up’ period […]
There’s still time to enter our student Scratch competition. But don’t delay. Entries close Friday 7 July (the end of Term 2). We’ve teamed up with The Mind Lab to put together a cunning Scratch-based competition – we provide the template and your students then add their code […]
Education Minister Nikki Kaye has announced an investment package of around $40 million over three years to enhance the digital fluency of our young people. “This investment will support the biggest change to our curriculum in 10 years,” said Kaye. The package includes $24 million of new and […]
Epson has announced new findings by Radius Global Market Research that evaluated the readability of content displayed on 70-inch screens in average-sized classrooms in Singapore and the UK. According to the two surveys, more than 50 per cent of students in each country found that contents displayed on […]
CORE Education is providing digital technology support to educators with the DigiTech Roadshow during August 2017. In response to the Ministry of Education’s announcement that digital technologies will be recognised as part of the Technology Learning Area in the New Zealand Curriculum from 2018, the Roadshow offers an […]
Thanks to everyone who made it to INTERFACE Xpo 2017 in Rotorua. It was great to see so many of you at the Sir Howard Morrison Performing Arts Centre on Monday.
It was INTERFACE Xpo’s first visit to Blenheim and we had a great time. Thanks to everyone who came along. We hope you all had an inspiring and informative day exploring digital technology.