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Cyclone is a New Zealand owned ICT company that provides procurement capability for NZ All of Government agencies, tertiary institutions, schools and commercial organisations via this transactional site.

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Our Professional Development Team have created some amazing slides on Seesaw to use as resources for Distance Teaching/Learning. Seesaw is a platform for student engagement. Teachers can empower students to create, reflect, share, and collaborate. Students “show what they know” using photos, videos, drawings, text, PDFs, and links. It’s simple to get student work in one place and share with families, and nothing is shared without...

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Keeping in touch is going to be vital during the coming weeks. We've put together a how-to guide on using Microsoft Teams for Meetings & Calls which you might find useful if this has become an application you are using a lot more recently. It has tips on how to use the main Communication tools in Teams and links to Microsoft Support pages with a video example...

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Microsoft Power Apps development tool is now available FREE to staff and students! What you can learn: Learn and develop your Power Apps and Power Automate skillsExplore and create in a full-featured environment for developmentBuild apps on a single, extensible view of your data with the Common Data Service https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/communityplan/?_lrsc=bb899144-4976-4623-ba8b-e2f849e75f24 ...

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As the year gets to the pointy end in most schools, the time pressures on your lessons changes and you may be looking at engaging your learners in something new… Code.org and Minecraft:Education Edition have teamed up to provide an introductory experience for teachers and students...

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Join Microsoft at their Evolve event. Introduce your customers to the game-changing new Surface family including the Surface Pro 7, Surface Pro X, Surface HoloLens 2 and Surface Hub 2S. RSVP HERE ...

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Research shows that teaching using computer science concepts and using robots in the classroom has a direct influence on children's skills development in four major categories: cognitive, conceptual, language and social (collaborative) skills. Robots used in the classroom encourages interactive learning, making children more engaged in their learning activities. It is important that we can effectively use robotics as a tool to engage students with...

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