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Distance Learning Made Easy with Snowflake’s New Web Release

Skellefteå, Sweden, 6 April 2020 – NUITEQ®, a collaborative software company that enables educational institutions to add value through smarter human interaction, announced today the new release of NUITEQ Snowflake online, the educational software that supports distance learning and boosts student...

Encourage Students to Take Action this Earth Day

Celebrated annually around the world on April 22nd, Earth Day is a way for everyone to come together in an effort to offer a unified response to the environmental challenges that are currently affecting our planet. April 22, 2020 will mark 50 years of Earth Day. 

Inspire Students this International Children’s Book Day

First celebrated in 1967, International Children’s Book Day is observed annually on April 2nd. The aim is to promote children’s reading and to inspire students to use their imagination and explore their creativity.

Teach Students about Climate Change this World Water Day

Teachers worldwide will honor World Water Day on March 22nd, a day dedicated to creating awareness about the importance of clean water and its conservation.

Changing the Education Mindset

Along with its UK partner, Clevertouch, NUITEQ's VP of Strategy and Content, Dr. Edward Tse, attended BETT 2020 to talk with the co-founder of the event, Dominic Savage OBE, about how teachers are focusing their efforts on changing the education mindset and working toward improving student...

Engage Your Classroom This World Poetry Day

Held annually on March 21st, World Poetry Day celebrates poetry in all its forms: the reading, writing, publishing and teaching of poetic expression. A form of literature that typically uses aesthetic and rhythmic qualities of language to evoke meaning, World Poetry Day is celebrated in classrooms...

Active Learning Made Easy To Improve Student Engagement

In a recent blog post about the most recurring teacher problems and how technology can be used to help solve them, EdTech Coach, Myrto Pitsava, examines how there is a direct correlation between using educational technology (EdTech) tools in classrooms and improving student outcomes.

Top 5 Teacher Problems and How Technology Can Help Solve Them

Photo by Brooke Cagle on Unsplash. In a survey that NUITEQ recently conducted among American and Swedish teachers about what their greatest work-related problems and challenges are, they gave us interestingly enough similar answers:

Celebrate Women's History Month With Your Classroom

Women's History Month is an annual declared month that aims to celebrate the numerous contributions of women both past and present. It is celebrated during the month of March in the U.S., the UK, and Australia, as well as other parts of the world. International Women's Day is celebrated each year...

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