I have just discovered an ICT periodical that has been around for 10 years chronicling the exploration of Technology and education. How could I have missed this one!
Welcome to INTERFACE
INTERFACE is the technology magazine for educators to learn about using ICT. Aimed specifically at primary and secondary schools in New Zealand, our readership ranges from principals and senior management through ICT specialists to teachers in classrooms.
Informative, inspiring, independent content
Our aim is to support the use of ICT by schools and to give educators more confidence using technology through providing informative, inspiring and independent coverage of the issues relating to the use of ICT in learning. It’s easy to read and full of resources, tips and advice to help teachers gain a better understanding of the ways in which they can successfully and safely integrate technology into their classroom.
Here is their site and information about their most recent issue.
Issue 74 – Term 3, September 2016: INTERFACE News and Views
- INTERFACEXpo17: Dates and venues
- Entries are open for our student Minecraft competition
- Show us what you can do with digital technology
- Grab yours at uLearn
All the latest e-learning news
Use of Tahi grows as students trial online exams
The number of schools using N4L’s new digital service Tahi is set to rise, as trials for the NZQA digital assessments begin this month.
Mastering the awesome world of Minecraft
Minecraft is having a big impact in education. Here teachers and students talk about their experiences and successes using this simple building game in their classrooms.
Going where the real and digital worlds collide
Augmented Reality combines the real and digital worlds, and has the potential to provide a whole new view on life … and learning.
Apps for accessing AR
Here are some great AR apps that are well worth a look
Code sharing students
A group of enthusiastic Year 12s has opened the door to coding for nearly 100 students in the small Eastern Bay town of Opotiki.
The importance of being a computer coder
Learning to read and write gives students a language to use and interact with the world around them. Code isn’t much different.
Meeting the challenge of running robotics
The biggest challenge for Buller High School’s robotics teacher Jessica Wilkes isn’t getting students interested or even teaching the coding. It’s finding the funding for equipment and competitions.