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Teachers share ways for driving change in online campaign

Digital education provider, The Mind Lab by Unitec, has launched a new platform to showcase New Zealand educators embracing the digital future, and encourage others to join the movement.

With just four months until digital technology is fully integrated into the New Zealand Curriculum and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa, many educators are considering how to bring 21st century skills and tools into the classroom. They are being called to disrupt outmoded teaching methods, shift thinking, and create innovative and future-focused systems.

The Faces of Change video campaign enables educators to share how they are already driving change in New Zealand to help others find their way into the new pedagogical future.

Founder of The Mind Lab by Unitec and education futurist, Frances Valintine, says, “Education in New Zealand is currently seeing a seismic shift based upon the changing needs of the workforce, new industries, and the need for students to have high levels of digital capability. We must prepare our students for this new world. Teachers hold the key.”

Educators across the nation have submitted their videos describing how they are changing education. This includes helping students to collaborate, making education more relevant to the real world, teaching young people about digital technologies and code, and giving students flexibility around when and how they learn. 

Anna Clements

Anna Clements is the School News print and digital editor. She has a background in journalism spanning more than 25 years across newspapers, magazines and television, and spent six years working as an editorial advisor to a group of ECE centres.
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