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Best Cyber Security Practices for Schools

Cyber security is becoming increasingly important as schools increase their use of technology. With the significant rise in digital learning, students need to be cyber-savvy in addition to being tech-savvy as many new and improved cyber threats have emerged.

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EdTech Trends to watch in 2022

During the past two years, EdTech has allowed schools and campuses to overcome one of the world’s biggest challenges. It consolidated the strong bond between innovation, learning, and teaching. As EdTech continues to reach new heights of development, let’s take a look at what Forbes has forecasted for technology in education in the upcoming twelve months.

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Maximising the Performance and Lifespan of Education Devices

For most schools, supplying a laptop for every student is an expensive investment. Additionally, student laptops are exposed to harsher conditions than those employed in a corporate enterprise due to the nature of student life. Therefore, long-term planning is essential for schools and educators to ensure that each device performs at its peak capacity and lasts for the intended duration of the device’s life expectancy.

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Why Challenging Co-Op Games Help to Improve Student Relationships

Gaming is not just about having fun. A collaborative research study carried out by the Aalborg University and Future Classroom Lab has concluded that, with the right motivation and preparation, educators can use gaming to encourage learning and foster stronger connections between students.

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5 Reasons Why Educators Love the Acer TravelMate P4 Series Laptops

The education landscape is changing, and Acer is looking for new ways to accommodate these changes. With the move to more online and blended learning, there are new opportunities for technology to address some of the challenges educators face.

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Introducing Esports to the Classroom

Esports have a growing presence in popular culture and on the world stage for entertainment purposes, now expanding into academic learning environments as part of in-class and extracurricular programming.

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Safeguarding Students from Cyberbullying:
The New Online Standard

With the increasingly prevalence of technology in the classroom, cyberbullying has now become the invisible schoolyard bully—difficult to identify, and even more challenging to put a stop to.

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Why Uptime Should be the Goal of your School's Accidental Damage Policy

When a student laptop is accidentally damaged, the administrative process that ensues can be time-consuming and stressful. It can also put unnecessary strain on the relationships between schools, parents and students. Which is why having an accidental policy in place is vital. It’s equally as important, however, that the goal of that policy is uptime because the last thing any educator wants is for a student to be without a working laptop!

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Accidental Disposition: Why Student Laptops Need Durability

Accidents will happen, but there are features worth looking for at the purchase point which can lessen the risk of damage. While many factors come into play when considering a student laptop – such as performance, usability, weight and aesthetics – durability should be given special consideration.

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Let the Games Begin! The Benefits of Esports at School

Like traditional sports, esports develops skills such as perseverance, teamwork, communication, and discipline. Additionally, they can expand student capabilities in the form of creative thinking, problem solving and decisionmaking.

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Health and Wellbeing: Concerns Rank Twice in Top Five Australian Student Challenges

In ‘The Future of Education’ report for 2021, five key issues have been earmarked as the top challenges facing secondary students – and two of those five leading challenges are characterised as mental health and wellbeing concerns.

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Schooling The Tech: Why Student Laptops Must Be Fit for Purpose

When it comes to choosing tools, one should always ask the question, has this been designed to suit the application? This rings especially true for education technology, where many factors come into consideration, including budget, longevity and suitability to student handling.

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How Teachers Can Help Students To Reduce Cybersecurity Risks

With many people working or studying from home, the use of the Internet has been more intensive than ever, and with it, digital forms of crime have also increased significantly.

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Teaching Empathy Through Technology

Nowadays, empathy is one of the most important soft skills in the workplace and everyday life.

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