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The Mind Lab Prepares Educators for Digital Future

New technology in classrooms encourages educators to evolve their practice
FREE pop-up labs nationwide allowing educators insight into upskilling for digital future of education - e.g. flipped learning, BYOD, collaborative leadership and practical inquiry
Over 4000 teachers have completed The Mind Lab’s Postgraduate Certificate in Digital & Collaborative Learning

From the new Digital Curriculum to ultra-fast broadband; technology advancements are being integrated into our classrooms at a rapid rate.

These advancements have the capability to radically enhance learning through accessing information and improving communication, as well as providing self-directed and collaborative learning opportunities.

With the fast-pace of this technology, professional learning and digital development for teachers is more vital than ever to ensure we future-proof our children for the 21st Century.

Enter The Mind Lab, New Zealand's leading digital educators who announce they will be returning to Tech Futures Lab, for a free pop-up to introduce educators to their popular Postgraduate Certificate in Digital & Collaborative Learning, which prepares educators for this new digitised learning environment.

The Mind Lab’s General Manager David Farquhar says he’s anticipating a popular turnout.
“We have been running these pop-ups for a while now and they’re always very well attended. Educators are eager to embrace new technologies, they just need to know the opportunities available to learn these new skill sets, in a supportive environment.

“Our Postgraduate course allows educators the opportunity to evolve their practice and learn digital and collaborative tools that will enrich interaction to the benefit of all learners.”

The Mind Lab’s pop-up evening is a collaborative, hands-on workshop, where educators hear from previous or current Mind Lab students and learn about course content and workload through an upbeat presentation. Educators will also learn about fees and the range of scholarships available to them through The Mind Lab.

These pop-ups are happening nationwide visit The Mind Lab to find your nearest location.

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