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Book your free place at INTERFACEXpo 2021

What opportunities lie ahead for your school’s e-learning journey? Find out by booking your free spot at INTERFACEXpo 2021. After the disappointment of last year’s cancellation, we’re keen to see everyone again and invite you to join us at our events in May. We’ll be visiting: Lincoln Event […]

Rubber Duck Awards 2021

The Rubber Duck Awards 2021 is a competition challenging kaiako, training teachers, teachers on leave, relievers, ākonga, tamariki,and rangatahi of Canterbury to share local stories through game design. There are two online huis being held to launch the competition, which is designed for Senior Leaders or kaiako who […]

Issue 104 – Term 1, March 2021

Previous issues of Interface available for just $4.60, plus P&P, for orders in New Zealand. (Overseas rates available on request.) Click here to place an order for a back copy. Or you can subscribe at Subscriptions start from just $1 a copy! Inside this issue … . INTERFACE NEWS AND VIEWS […]

Meet our last competition winners of the year

Thanks for so many entries in our latest competitions. There were some great prizes up for grabs. The most popular by far was the Zero-X Pulse Drone. Congratulations to Jason Des Forges, Victoria Avenue School, Auckland, who’s name was first out of the hat and will be taking […]

Look what comes extra with the November issue

Included with this issue of INTERFACE, you’ll find two highly useful additions. Firstly, plan your year ahead with Acer’s 2021 School Calendar. Stick it on your wall or have it handy for referencing important dates. Download your copy. Plus, there’s also a copy of the ‘2021 Ultimate IT […]

Blocks DIY Drone

Build it, then fly it. For young minds wanting to learn about flying, the Blocks DIY Drone is a fun and educational place to start. This simple, self-assembly quadcopter comes with all the pieces and parts, just snap them together. It performs in three flight modes, and includes […]

Sphero Mini

Sphero Mini packs plenty of fun into a tiny, app-controlled, programmable robot roughly the size of a ping pong ball. With almost an hour of usage time, it comes with a gyroscope, accelerometer, and LED lights within its hard plastic shell, as well as three mini traffic cones […]