Education Newsletter

Welcome to the Term 1 Fuji Xerox Education Newsletter.

In this issue of our quarterly education newsletter we are focusing on the community and how we can work together to help build a better future for every Australian student. We will explore the importance of participation in STEM subjects and how we can help relieve the pressure that constantly evolving technology places on teachers and administrators. We will also share a video showing our journey supporting the INAS Global Games Brisbane 2019.

Video

INAS Global Games Brisbane 2019

The INAS Global Games is the world’s largest sporting event for athletes with an intellectual impairment. Held every 4 years since 2004, the 2019 competition saw over 1,000 athletes from 47 countries competing in Brisbane, Australia. The Global Games Sports Company delivered a world-class sporting event for the City of Brisbane with the help of Fuji Xerox Australia's tailored end-to-end communications strategy.

Blogs

1. Shaping 21st century citizens

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We are now two decades into the 21st Century and the technology available to teachers and students has rapidly developed in that time. From smart boards to iPads to 3D printing, the tools available to support students learning over the past twenty years has changed.

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2. How do we address low participation in STEM subjects?

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STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) is a collection of related mathematical oriented disciplines characterised by understanding of fundamental nature and is used to develop new solutions or capabilities for humankind.

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