Inviting School Teachers! Partake in Research Investigating Teachers' Experiences with Digital Technologies
My name is Elliot Varoy and I’m a PhD student in the department of Electrical, Software and Computer Engineering at the University of Auckland. My passion is researching and developing digital resources that support student education.
Teachers’ thoughts and experiences are essential when creating educational digital technologies. Too many technologies are created without considering how they will be used or customized for both students and teachers. I am reaching out to New Zealand teachers, to listen to your thoughts and experiences. This will help to inform the design and development of educational digital technologies.
With the inclusion of the Digital Technologies and Hangarau Matihiko curriculum, I would also like to know how this will impact you as a teacher. This will help to show how we can best support you with the new curriculum.
If you are interested in participating in an interview, either in person or over a video call, please enter your contact details in the form below.
Approved by the University of Auckland Human Participants Ethics Committee on 21/05/2019 for 3 years. Reference Number 021963
Contact: Elliot Varoy
(021) 180 6396
The Great ECE Expo 2021
The Great ECE Expo is the only event of its kind in New Zealand, offering the latest information about essential topics in early childhood development for teachers, managers, owners, investors and those wanting to enter the sector. Interested in starting or furthering a career in Early Childhood Education?
Join us at The Great ECE Expo 2021 to discover a huge range of fantastic homegrown products and services developed for early childhood services.
The Great ECE Expo offers all the services you could possibly need to start-up, manage and grow in the Early Childhood Education sector.
For more information: www.eceexpo.nz.
National Schools Pride Week 2020
Celebrating Pride in every school | Whakanuia te uenuku ki ia kura
We’re excited to launch InsideOUT’s first annual National Schools Pride Week campaign, with a range of activities that schools, rainbow diversity groups, students and staff can get involved with in their school!
We hope that by creating opportunities to celebrate and affirm rainbow identities through this campaign we can help reduce the experiences of bullying and distress many of our rainbow rangatahi face, and give these young people an increased sense of belonging in their school communities.