Skills for tomorrow on road today

Photo by Linda Robertson.
Photo by Linda Robertson.
Microsoft New Zealand education technology specialist Karl de Borst (and inset left) presents some of the latest computer technology available to help Otago primary and secondary school teachers improve their pupils' learning, problem-solving and collaboration skills.

The technology on display at the Building Skills for Tomorrow Education Roadshow, held at Otago Museum yesterday, was aimed at helping teachers expand the New Zealand curriculum and pupils' minds beyond the classroom.


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