Today’s plugged-in students require constant engagement with new ideas and new approaches to learning. We spoke to experts in the field to find how schools are evolving in order to equip their students to meet the challenges facing tomorrow’s workforce.
As an administrator, I’m always looking for smart technology solutions that enable students and teachers to achieve more every day while maximising resources, controlling costs and minimising waste.
As an e-learning professional, I’m passionate about helping teachers bring lessons to life right across the curriculum… new technologies engage students, capture their imagination and improve outcomes.
As a professional educator, it’s my goal to help students see the world differently… with interactive technology that inspires them to experiment, explore possibilities and express their creativity.
When you’re working with students and their families, and interfacing with the government, data security is paramount.
Brett Houghton, Head of Technology and Innovation at St Ignatius’ College, Riverview, explains how Canon inspired the school to embrace the latest in digital technologies.
Rangitoto College focuses on putting together great teachers with great students. They strive to deliver a world class education experience by providing the right resources, facilities and the freedom to get on with learning. They wanted a technology partner who was able to share their vision, help them deliver the best learning experiences and provide pathways for future growth.
Albany Junior High School’s principal Stephen Kendall-Jones is proud of the future-focused and positive social environment his school offers. Being ‘future-focused’ is one of the reasons Canon were the perfect partner, bringing a solid understanding of education and state-of-the-art equipment together, to provide the ultimate learning experience for the students. Stephen believes that by providing an interactive, hands-on experience you can engage students at a deeper level.
How Christie Spaces transformed from just offering office spaces to inspiring a sense of community amongst its members.
Primary teachers at Grace Lutheran Primary School have embraced a flexible new print environment that integrates Canon imageRUNNER Multifunctional Devices and uniFLOW software.
Deakin University’s digital print shop turns out 6,500 jobs each year. A strong partnership with Canon ensures the shop maximises productivity by using state-of-the-art print technology and supplies.