Education apps stories
Virtual creative writing helps Kiwi kids 'feel brave'
More than 8000 children across New Zealand schools participated in live ‘virtual’ creative writing workshop as part of an effort to promote children’s wellbeing.
Te reo Māori goes global via language app called Drops
If you’re keen to learn a few words of Māori – or as much as 90% of the language, you may want to check out an Android and iOS app called Drops.
MatataLab’s robot could be the future of education
With robotic technology quickly evolving, and the use of robots ever-expanding, children are now exposed to robots at a very young age...
This smartphone app is part of the toolbox
This national engineering competition moves into the digital realm
Credit scores for kids on education app Banqer
"Hopefully over time this will help develop a healthy approach to credit amongst our youth.”
Apple Teacher learning programme comes to NZ
"It’s a great way for leaders to offer free professional learning resources that help teachers make the most of Mac, iPad and built-in apps."
Oxford app's all-in-a-twitter about its new word additions
Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary is all-a-Twitter about the 900 new additions to its app, including 170 relating to the digital realm.
PlayKids educational app named Best Streaming Video Platform
“As we grow our portfolio of apps for both kids and parents, this award highlights a standard to which we hold the quality of all our work."
NCEA apps updated to include more languages
“The NCEA Guide App is proving valuable in helping parents understand NCEA, and what their children are studying at school.”
Technology in the classroom: Priming students for the workforce
Educators that utilise technologies and encourage their students to use the tools in different ways are preparing them for workplaces of today.
Apple's three education innovations
Pundits all proven right as Apple launches iBooks 2, iBooks Author and upgraded iTunes U.
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