Nick Barbagiannopoulos, Digital Automation & Solutions Manager for Ricoh Australia, addresses what the Notifiable Data Breaches scheme means for schools – and what they need to do about it. Read more
Sean Towner, Sales Manager Science, Instruments for FLIR, explains how the company’s thermal cameras are ideal to teach students about a fundamental principle of physics. Read more
Technology has fundamentally changed how today’s students learn about and interact with the world; even changing how their brains develop, think and focus. If that’s not enough, the world is also changing and we need to be confidently prepared for the increasingly global, competitive and vastly different digital world of tomorrow. How does one keep up? Read more
Using clever technology, Scanning Pens is helping students with reading difficulties such as dyslexia to read independently and become more engaged in the classroom.
Choosing the right technology can be a challenging task for any school.
Having never known a world without laptops and smartphones, today’s children are digital natives. By welcoming technology into the classroom, teachers can take advantage of this — benefitting from increased engagement and better learning retention as a result.