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How to choose educational apps for pre-school children

Lockdowns and school closures have pushed more aspects of our lives online. This has encouraged parents and children to engage with apps and other forms of digital media more frequently than before the pandemic. For parents of young children, touchscreen apps may be a valuable resource for educational purposes.

2 weeks

by Freya Lucas

NFPs have a digital skills shortage on their hands, tech collaboration's annual report finds

An annual report that explores technology used in not-for-profits (NFPs) across Australia and New Zealand has found that while NFPs are getting better at adopting technology such as cloud-based systems and tools to improve their online presence, many are still struggling to keep up with the digital world through a lack of skills, knowledge and resources.

1 year

by Freya Lucas

G8 workforce management partner Ceridian acquires Australian roster specialist RITEQ

Ceridian, the US workforce management company that this year announced a partnership with G8 Education, has confirmed the acquisition of Sydney headquartered provider of enterprise workforce management solutions RITEQ.

2 years

by Jason Roberts

US family engagement platform Ready Rosie acquired by leading curriculum creator

Texas-based Ready Rosie, a company that uses a combination of mobile friendly tools, video tutorials and in-person family workshops to bring families closer to their children’s in-centre experiences, has been acquired by Teaching Strategies LLC, a leading provider of curriculum, assessment and professional development resources.

2 years

by Jason Roberts

No more missing jumpers: Deakin researchers invent SmartBag with ECEC applications

There are few early childhood education and care (ECEC) educators who don’t have a story to share about an angry parent or distraught child who has misplaced their jumper, socks, shoes, dummy or comfort toy.

2 years

by Freya Lucas

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