Technology Education New Zealand (TENZ) is a collaborative, professional network that is hosting a conference next month called, TENZ 2019 -RISE (Reflect, Innovate, Shine and Educate). It is one of the ways to maintain links between educators and the technological community. Keep reading to discover more about the conference.
Interface Magazine NZ in association with HP on digital learning in New Zealand schools in 2019. A survey was conducted about the challenges and uses of digital technology in education and we are bringing to you the promising results.
Interface Magazine NZ shares the Education Review Office (ERO) report on school readiness to implement education on the new digital technologies at the start of 2020. Ellen MacGregor-Reid, deputy secretary of early learning and student achievement from the Ministry of Education shares her perspective on the report.
Recently, a major decision was made by the government of New Zealand: "Virtual Reality is going to be pushed into all schools in the year 2020". This decision will definitely improve students learning in the classroom. Keep reading to find out more.
In the coming year 2020 New Zealand's education sector will enjoy virtual reality as the new technology integration in the classroom for all schools. Why is this new implementation important and necessary?
The positive impact that students and teachers will notice as they use this emerging technology is significant for their learning and their future. In the following article you’ll discover the different reasons why utilizing virtual reality in the classroom is so beneficial.
It is well-known that motivation plays a very important, if not the most important part in the learning process. Educators know that if they can connect learners with ideas and concepts that motivate them to discover more, there is a very high probability of successful outcomes amongst students.. But what role does virtual reality (VR) play in this, especially now that the government of New Zealand has announced that VR will be implemented in all schools for the upcoming year 2020?
The New Zealand government announced that it will implement virtual reality into all schools in the coming year of 2020. This big step will greatly impact education in the future. Several challenges persist in the education system today. And these may continue do so in the future, which is why our aim must be to use immersive technologies such as VR and AR. VR and AR address those challenges by designing dynamic and creative solutions.
New Zealand's education sector will have virtual reality technology in all the schools starting next year according to the government. What can you expect from this emerging and innovative technology now present around the world? What should teachers expect from Virtual Reality in the classroom? And how can teachers use VR most effectively to ignite young minds? Let's dig in.
The New Zealand's government announced that it will implement virtual reality into all schools in the new year 2020. Are you ready?
The key to New Zealand’s future success lies in our ability to adopt new technologies, and to be at the origin of new digital capability by converging, integrating or replacing existing technologies aid Dean Butchers GM Business Attraction & Investment, New Zealand.
Recently, the government of New Zealand announced that it will bring virtual reality into all schools in the year 2020. We know that there must be some teachers out there wondering how to start implementing VR in the classroom and what kind of impact it will bring.
Virtual reality will be the big star next year for the education sector of New Zealand. The new technology will be present in all schools in 2020 and here’s why it will improve outcomes for the education sector.
New Zealand's government will implement virtual reality into all schools for the upcoming year and that's an amazing news! Education should be constantly developing. Our world changes fast and education has to catch up with the general pace and adopt new, better ways to teach. One of the most progressive and promising technologies of today is virtual reality. Let’s take a closer look at how technology will transform the classroom into a more a positive environment.
Recently, a major decision was made by the government of New Zealand: "Virtual Reality is going to be pushed into all schools in the year 2020". This landmark decision is an important step that will bring many benefits. What area benefits of bringing this new technology into the classroom? In today’s article, we’ll discuss these advantages and how VR can benefit teachers and students.
"Raising awareness and leveraging the potential of emerging technologies such as AR/VR is a key part of this. The growth of our local AR/VR sector is tipped to create new high value jobs and export opportunities, supporting the diversification and growth of the New Zealand economy. And the application of these technologies in areas such as health, education, and entertainment also carries significant benefits". Carolyn Tremain Chief Executive, Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment of New Zealand in a report from NZVR/AR Association