With digital and online technologies becoming more and more popular for the classroom, Jacaranda explains why students and teachers should arm themselves with the skills and knowledge to successfully navigate the digital citizenship maze.
Designed to enhance student engagement and inspire imaginations, Coomera Anglican College in Queensland has unveiled The Imaginarium, a unique 360 degree immersive learning space featuring Epson laser projectors.
Colin Anson, CEO of consent-driven photo management platform, Pixevety, looks at the implications of sharing student photos online and discusses what schools can do to ensure they aren’t breaching privacy laws when it comes to the digital identities of their students.
Promoting an immersive and collaborative approach to classroom learning, BenQ’s innovative new range of interactive flat panels places student health at its core.
Mindful that today’s students’ learning horizons need to extend beyond the classroom, and be more flexible, Kearnan College embarked on a digital transformation program, providing older students and teachers with a Windows 10 Lenovo device equipped with touch and a digital pen.
With issues surrounding privacy and consent in the spotlight like never before, Pixevety CEO Colin Anson talks to Education Matters about how schools can get the most out of their photos and videos, while still protecting the digital identities of their students.