Teachers don’t need huge budgets to enhance students’ learning through virtual reality and augmented reality experiences.
The Programme for International Student Assessment has released evidence highlighting a decline from 2009 to 2015 in Australia’s science, reading and mathematics results. With 2009 being the introduction of the Bring-your-own device scheme, can we attribute some of this decline to the use of technology in the classroom.
A youtube webinar about creating a digitally-ready workforce.
Publication in Noosa News about the Weaving Technology Into The Fabric of The Classroom workshop held at CQUniversity Noosa Campus on 7th of May 2019.
A short interview with ABC News 24 on the potential for Holographic teachers into the future, filmed in early 2019 on the back of a piece I wrote for The Conversation.
Short piece for TEN News on robots in the classroom filmed during our first Weaving Technology into the Fabric of the Classroom workshop in 2017.
How we consume music these days, why people are grumpy about Apple, Apple's privacy download tool, and what we'd like to see across platforms at WWDC.
CQUniversity researcher Dr Michael Cowling has been named in the first round of Advance Queensland Community Digital Champions for 2018…
A wireless charging retrospective, companies or technologies Apple should invest in, the future of the desktop computer, and the potential of AR in education.
Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) are all the rage but how can they be adapted to enhance education…