Aotearoa EdTech Excellence Whitepaper Official Release
Aotearoa EdTech Excellence: Transforming educational experience, digital innovation, and economic outcomes
The education technology sector is poised to become one of New Zealand’s iconic industries, according to EdTechNZ’s report Aotearoa EdTech Excellence: Transforming educational experience, digital innovation, and economic outcomes.
Worth $173.6 million in 2020, edtech software is poised to grow to $319.6 million by 2025
Join us to hear Dave Moskovitz, author and EdTech council member, present a summary of the report findings.
Followed by an engaging panel discussion from industry experts, looking at the key learnings and what actions we might collectively embark on as a sector.
Supported by: Education New Zealand
Dave Moskovitz (one of the authors) will present us with a synopsis of the Aotearoa EdTech Excellence whitepaper findings by followed by a panel discussion on the key learnings and what are the actions that we might collectively embark on.
- Duane Grace | Indigenous EdTech and CEO Tiaki Limited
- Dave Moskovitz | Technology Entrepreneur, Professional Director, and Start-up investor
- Sarah Cooke | Junior School teacher, Diocesan School for Girls & Alumna of Master of Contemporary Education, MindLab
- Kendall Flutey | Co CEO Banqer, NZ EdTech Entrepreneur and Exporter
- Derek Wenmoth | Education Specialist at Future Maker representing MOE
- Kathryn MacCallum | Associate Professor of Digital Edu Futures & President of the International Association of Mobile Learning, Canterbury University