Category: Issue 24

Staying cybersafe in your classrooms

The Internet is not a naturally safe environment. From phishers to paedophiles, when kids go online they’re at risk. What’s being done to protect them? Lee Suckling investigates. For young people, cybersafety refers to the ways students can use the Internet in a safe and cautious manner. With […]

School finds success with ex-corporate computers

A policy of buying refurbished CANZ computers has helped Waiopehu College achieve its hardware goals, writes John MacGibbon. Waiopehu College, a 700-student secondary school in Levin, is well-equipped computing-wise, with better than one computer for every two students. Helping the school achieve this ratio has been a policy […]

Building the world’s largest student laptop scheme

Ten thousand new computers are introduced into NSW schools each week under the Australian state’s Digital Education Revolution plan to offer 1:1 laptop support in schools. Lee Suckling finds out more. The Digital Education Revolution policy in New South Wales is developing the world’s largest full 1:1 student […]