Technology

Thinking innovation
Thinking innovation
2020 AI for Good Challenge experience - a learning reflection Dinel Bomiriya and Gideon Tse gained a lot from their experience with Microsoft’s AI competition and the world might gain an essential new technology.
AI course
AI course
Free AI for teachers course Macquarie University has partnered with IBM to develop a free course on Artificial Intelligence (AI) for teachers.
Tech
Tech
Solar-powered STEM learning for remote Indigenous Community Solar powered computer labs have been popping up in some of the world’s most remote places, bringing STEM learning to disadvantaged communities in South Africa, Ethiopia, Colombia and soon regional Australia.
Appy kids
Appy kids
ABC’s award-winning app was designed with kids, for kids Australia’s No. 1 kids’ app with over one million monthly viewers, ABC Kids, was created through a highly collaborative process.
Insight
Insight
Aussie data platform unlocks student potential Platform allows educators and schools to drive student growth and improvement through predictive and actionable data-driven insights.
Switched on
Switched on
Far North Queensland students switched on to STEM Students from the Northern Peninsula Area State College in Far North Queensland were the first to take part in a new Indigenous Education Program that encourages practical skills and offers a taste of global citizenship.
Outstanding
Outstanding
2020 PM's Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching winners Two massive over achievers have taken out the peak accolade for science teaching this year, one from WA and the other from the ACT.
Innovator
Innovator
Integrating for better science teaching Dr Samantha Moyle won the PM’s Prize for Science Teaching last year and the time that followed has been rich in experience and achievement.
Performance management
Performance management
APM for schools: overkill or overdue? Selected APM can make the school IT admin’s life easier, while increasing overall IT budget buy-in from the rest of the body.
Patrick Hubbard, Head Geek, SolarWinds
Secure identites
Secure identites
Educators must learn a lesson in identity governance COVID-19 has created high demand for online learning capabilities and digital-first solutions in the classroom and a robust identity governance strategy is crucial to balancing security and functionality in the classroom and beyond.
Terry Burgess, VP Asia Pacific SailPoint
Everywhere
Everywhere
How educators can better navigate the complex topic of pornography and relationships A staggering 70 per cent of children aged 7–18 years old have accidentally encountered pornographic material online, often through a web search while doing their homework.
Edwina Baden-Powell, Head of Production – ClickView Australia
Screening
Screening
Dystech screens for dyslexia with machine learning Australian startup Dystech has created Dyscreen, a simple to use but tech heavy screening app for dyslexia.
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