The creation of equitable learning environments is a key aim for education in Australia and New Zealand, but it’s a challenging goal and one that took on an entirely new dimension recently with the need to roll out remote learning programs. We followed three schools as they took up the challenge and proved that, although bumpy, the road to equitable learning is well worth the ...
With schools across the country implementing remote learning programs, questions have been raised about how to provide online education in an equitable and safe manner.
We have seen the amazing job schools have been doing pulling together and executing their remote learning plans. Teachers still have an enormous challenge ahead of them in modifying teaching methods to fit the online delivery of lessons. ...
Family Zone Education is offering free tools to ensure students are safe online and focused on learning while at home, for Australian & New Zealand schools have adopted remote learning programs due to the COVID-19 epidemic.
"You can't stop students using the powerful computers in their pockets," notes the director of IT at England’s prestigious Queen Elizabeth School.
The Internet is a part of our everyday lives, not just for mum and dad, but increasingly for children of all ages, too.
Results from the latest national assessment round of ICT skills (information and communication technology) show that being a whiz on SnapChat and Instagram won’t prepare today’s students to face a digital future.
While digital technology shapes the modern learning environment, teachers are increasingly dealing with digital distraction in the classroom.
The term "BYOD" was first coined in the corporate world, when companies around the world first starting allowing - or mandating - employees to use their personal laptops and tablets in the workplace as a cost-saving measure.