State of Technology in Education

Promethean has launched Australia’s first national survey into the ‘State of Technology in Education’ at EduTECH 2019 in Sydney. The survey gives you the opportunity to share what’s really happening with technology in schools today and help shape the future of EdTech in the country.

We have now extended the deadline so the survey is open for responses until 6th September 2019 – don’t miss the chance for your opinions to be heard!

Here is the list of the lucky winners of the prize draws: Maria Vanderlinden from Weld Square School, Daniel Perry from Melbourne Grammar School, Pauline Anthony from Brighton Grammar School, Carolyn McAlister from Casey Grammar School, Ian Burke from The Catholic Diocese of Broken Bay, Donna Connors from The Government of Western Australia Department of Education, Michael Pallot from The Government of South Australia Department for Education and Child Development, Jackie Child from St Aidan’s Anglican Girls’ School, Jeffery Bookallil from Rockhampton State High School, Rohan Guest from The Government of South Australia Department for Education and Child Development. Congratulations! We hope you enjoy the gift card we sent you.

By completing the survey, you agree to the Terms and Conditions. If you have any questions, please send us an email: ANZ@PrometheanWorld.com.