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Chromebooks are fast becoming the most widely used digital device in schools. They’re fast and simple to deploy, manage and use. Their unique architecture makes them incredibly secure, and their affordable price point is increasing learner access to web-based technologies like never before. Find out why Chromebooks are the best choice of digital device for your learners.Click the link below to read the blog. https://www.cyclone.co.nz/chromebooksineducation/ ...

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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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65% of students in today’s classrooms will work in jobs that don’t exist yet. With that in mind, forward-thinking educators are recognising the value in using emerging technology like virtual reality to provide an immersive learning experience and prepare students for the future. When used in a classroom setting as an instructional tool supplementary to conventional education, VR supports more holistic learning and enables children to immerse themselves in the learning...

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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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Many predict that upwards of 65 per cent of today’s primary school students will earn a living in jobs that don’t exist yet 1, and as new technologies continue to develop at a phenomenal rate that number may yet continue to rise. Perhaps in a direct response to the reality of numbers just like this, the New Zealand Curriculum for years 1-13 has been revised to...

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