We invite you to join us for the second annual Google in Education New Zealand Summit produced by the EdTechTeam in partnership with Core Education.
Following the wind down of Learning Media, CORE Education is one of three New Zealand companies to inherit the task of continuing the publication of the iconic School Journal.
The winners of the 2014 eFellowship Awards were announced at the CORE Education ULearn13 conference in Hamilton recently. They join a Fellowship of over eighty members, who over the years have undertaken research in their own classrooms and continue to provide leadership in e-learning to the wider teaching community.
We are seeking applications for two non-executive board members. The appointments are for three years starting on January 2014. Our Board aims to have directors across a diversity of cultural, gender and generational talent.
The Pegasus Digi Awards have been announced to showcase work produced by children using iPads and Netbooks supplied to Eastern suburb schools called the Pegasus Project.
CORE Education is pleased to offer a combination of face-to-face and online professional learning options for terms three and four in 2013.
CORE Education's MLE Expo and invited experts, Prof Stephen Heppell and Neill O'Reilly, feature in a Campbell Live report on Modern Learning Environments.
At the recent ICET World Assembly in Bangkok, CORE’s Karen Melhuish Spencer was announced as the inaugural ICET Asia-Pacific Senior e-Fellow.
CORE Education will move into 167 Madras Street after 2 years of working out of a house in Northwood.
CORE Education is pleased to announce the winners of the Māori education grants for 2013. The grants advance Māori from early years through to tertiary level, for individuals, whānau, and/or Māori communities.