What might an eco-friendly, learner-centred conference, focused on the future of education look like?
The #edchatNZ conference 2016 held 12-13 August at the inspiring Rototuna Junior High School in Hamilton, is an event designed by and for educational explorers.
Four CORE Education staff recently attended the ISTE2016 (International Society for Technology in Education) Conference in the USA, and provide insights and possibilities for New Zealand education.
Unitec Insititute of Technology now recognises selected CORE Education online programmes, as credits towards their Educational Leadership and Management programmes.
University of Canterbury (UC) now recognises CORE Education's Modern Learning online programmes as part of their postgraduate course, ‘Transforming Education in Canterbury’. This course contributes to the PGCertED, PGDipEd or MEd programmes offered at UC.
CORE Education conducted a review for the Lands Trust Masterton on the effectiveness of the organisation's funding programme.
Tara Fagan was interviewed by the NZ Herald for an article entitled "Parents warned to restrict kid's screen time".
CORE's Warren Hall was interviewed about the use of devices in the classroom by Newstalk ZB.
The Ministry of Education’s Learning Technologies Advisory (LTA) initiative is to be led by CORE Education. The initiative is a three year long contract aimed at supporting New Zealand schools and kura to maximise the potential of ultra-fast broadband and the managed network and digital technologies to achieve better educational outcomes.
CORE Education is a recipient of one of eight government funded research projects as part of the Teaching and Learning Research Initiative (TLRI). CORE’s research project aims to improve educational outcomes by helping educators nurture the cultural identity of learners.