Technology is becoming increasingly sophisticated and its capabilities more diverse. With the ongoing desire to prepare students for the future workforce, Education Matters discusses robotics and its place in the modern classroom.
Acer and Intel have launched a new analytics lab in the University of Technology Sydney that will enable research into advanced computer technology and data science.
Once viewed as more of a distraction than a learning opportunity, video games are now finding their place in the modern classroom. For Bass High School in Sydney, the META High School Esports League is resulting in positive learning outcomes, encouraging students to improve their communication, teamwork and leadership skills.
Darren Simmons, Oceanic Managing Director at Acer, discusses how technology has the potential to enable greater levels of personalised classroom learning, assisting educators to better understand the needs of each student.
In the modern-day classroom, esports and gamification are emerging as the next big things to watch. Acer discusses why educators are now embracing these technologies to boost student motivation and engagement.
Acer has been selected by the NSW Department of Education as an authorised vendor to supply a range of Windows desktops and notebooks, as well as a Chromebook option under a standing offer arrangement.