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The effect of fibre broadband on student learning
About two students at an average-sized primary school will reach the National Standards in reading, writing, and mathematics because of the school’s access to fibre broadband. The study from Motu Economic and Public Policy Research Trust (NZ) is the first research anywhere in the world to specifically evaluate the effect of fibre broadband on educational achievement.
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Digital Technologies will be part of The New Zealand Curriculum, beginning at Year 1 from 2018.
Grass Roots Ideas aims to help schools around New Zealand to better understand how to use digital technologies to enhance teaching and learning. If you have been using technology in a way that is innovative, or you have a brand new idea you would like to trial, the Grass Roots Ideas Initiative wants to hear from you!
The Connected Learning Advisory – Te Ara Whītiki provides free, consistent, unbiased advice on integrating digital technologies with learning for all state-funded schools and kura in New Zealand. This service will help schools and kura make the most of the connections that digital technologies provide so they can get the best results for their students and school community.
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