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Total Solutions for Schools – Term 1, 2019

The Term One 2019 issue of Total Solutions for Schools is out now! In this Issue What’s New? We take a look at what’s new for educators in the technology space this term. Is Your School 2020 Digital Curriculum Ready?By 2020, all schools need to have a strong handle on the Digital […]

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From the CEO: Welcome back for 2019

Hello everyone. Happy New Year!! Hopefully, you have had a good break and are fully recharged to take on 2019. By the time you read this, Term 1 will be well on its way and the associated mayhem of the beginning of the year has started to settle (I hope). […]

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Merry Christmas from New Era

We’d like to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! From the whole team at New Era, we wish you an enjoyable and relaxing end of year break. We hope that your festive season is full of laughter, fun and great memories. We sincerely thank you […]

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Introducing New Era Technology

After over 22 years of supporting New Zealand schools with leading-edge technology solutions, we are excited to announce that New Era IT will change its name to New Era Technology later this year. New Era IT was initially founded in 1996 with a mission to provide trusted, qualified advice and […]

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From the CEO: Welcome to Term Four

Welcome back to Term 4. By the time you read this update, it will be under ten weeks until Christmas. 2018 has flown by. With the end of the year looming we are busily prepping for the craziness of the Christmas break. It is in this coming holiday break that […]

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Unpacking the New Microsoft Education Agreement

You may have seen this week that the Ministry of Education has renewed its software agreement with Microsoft. All schools will continue to have free access to the Microsoft education suite of learning and collaboration tools through to December 2021 with some exciting additions to the agreement.   Minecraft Education […]

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Is Appraisal Part of Your ICT Programme?

The changes in the Education Council and the Practising Teachers Criteria over the past few years have been significant. A focus of my own post graduate study was asking the question: Do teachers value the data that is used to perform their appraisal? A significant number of factors influences the […]

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