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NZ post grad programme in digital learning for teachers to become nationwide

Sathya Mithra Ashok | Sept. 23, 2014
Frances Valintine, founder of The Mind Lab, states that if 15 percent of NZ teachers are taught to implement digital learning, it can bring about transformative change in industry.

"I would also like to see the idea of ICT as a standalone subject removed from education and much broader adoption of technology across all subject areas. Many countries have already embraced new subjects such as coding as a compulsory subject from the age of five, most recently in the UK.

"We don't see education as a competitive product but rather a social enterprise driven by the universal goal of increasing student achievement and engagement that should be embraced by many," says Valintine.

 

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