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Primary

The power of the tablet

Is the use of tablet tech in schools having a positive impact on teaching and learning asks te...

Secondary

Each to their own

Students can set their own personalised learning targets with a tablet, says Helen Bradford-Ke...

Higher education

Schools and education chiefs need to up their game...

...says Emmanual Tsekleves, senior lecturer in design interactions at Lancaster University's I...

Secondary

Recognising merit

Taking an innovative approach to rewards systems and school reports can help motivate children...

Higher education

Embracing BYOD on campus

Preparing campuses for bring-your-own behaviour by Andy Butcher, higher education evangelist a...

Events

The 'all stars' of European edtech

Benjamin Vedrenne-Cloquet, Co-Founder of EdTech Europe highlights three industry megatrends at...

People

Consider your options

When it comes to implementing 1:1 tablet schemes in schools, there is no one-size-fits-all mod...

People

Assessment, attainment and accountability

Jayne Warburton discusses how the education sector is adjusting to the new challenges of asses...

Product news

The rise of the e-parent

Julie Booth, head of SIMS Independent, explains how you can use technology to keep parents inf...

Business

1:1 transforming education

1:1 schemes encourage schools to think independently about their technology estates, says Dale...

Business

Tablet technology; where's the pedagogy?

We have all the edtech tools in place but do we know what we should actually be doing with the...

People

Portable perils

There is a great deal more to successful learning, inspiring children and good education than ...

Primary

What tech do teachers really need?

By Freddy May, Co-founder of Codio, the cloud-based platform for teaching coding in schools

Business

How to use Wi-Fi to improve the teaching experience

The right wireless network has become the most critical component to help teachers do their jo...

Business

Independent learning

One device per pupil allows learning situations that, previously, wouldn't have existed, says ...

Events

Digi-proofing the future of education

Martyn Harrow, chief executive at Jisc, highlights the key takeaways from the Digital Festival...

Business

Moving money online

A Bournemouth school is saving 24 days of admin time thanks to an online payments system, says...

E-safety

Going for 1:1

Mary Palmer from research charity Tablets for Schools answers some common questions about 1:1 ...

Primary

Cracking the codes

Introducing primary-age pupils to computer coding can be a challenge. ICT manager Simon Haught...

Higher education

Making IT invisible

Education IT should be invisible argues Lenovo Director of Enterprise and Public Sector Steve ...

Primary

Keeping in touch by text

Effective communication with parents should be at the heart of school policy, says headteacher...

Secondary

Why is 1:1 not personal enough?

Limiting devices by locking them down and keeping ownership of them is old thinking, and the 2...

Business

The 80/20 rule

Justin Beck, VP of Education at Kaltura, explains why we should focus on the majority, not the...

Secondary

Are we giving students the right skills for the future?

Professor Sa'ad Medhat, CEO at The Innovation Institute (NEF), explores the issues

Higher education

Virtual learning at Liverpool College

Amanda Parker, Learning Resources and Technologies Manager talks about the success of virtual ...

Higher education

A clearer picture of 3D visualisation tech

A clearer picture of student accommodation with 3D visualisation technology. By Dr Stefan Fafi...

E-safety

Asset stripping

Hugh Bessant has some advice for schools wanting to dispose of their unwanted or out-of-date I...

Higher education

Saudi Arabia: changing times, new opportunities

Mesma director Louise Doyle looks at how the UK can work with education companies in the Middl...

Business

Let's talk about learning

Passion and purpose mark effective educators as well as effective education, says Lenovo World...

Higher education

UK universities must offer an A* experience

Cailean Hargrave, Head of Education at Portal discusses why students are increasingly applying...

Secondary

Seeing is believing in learning

Giving teachers the tools to address 21st century challenges is crucial but it's not that simp...

Higher education

The rise and rise of learning analytics

Analysis of the digital trails that students leave will become central to curriculum design, s...

Higher education

Monetising MOOCs

David Smith, Director Simon-Kucher & Partners, explains how universities can make money from o...

Primary

Turning to tech

Andy Makeham (pictured) tells us how teachers can turn to technology for more time in the clas...

Higher education

Making the most of big data

Big data is the current buzz word in the higher education sector, but its promises are not goi...

Business

Supply and demand

Understanding your school's Total Cost of Ownership of ICT is key, says Geoff Chandler, Direct...

Higher education

A taste of 21st century higher education

Jim Tudor from Future Index looks at how higher education is adapting to the modern age and pr...

Business

Technology confidence is is 'fundamental'

Stephen Young, public sector framework manager at Xerox, says that having confidence in techno...

Business

Click and buy

Online buying for education: what do professional and personal have in common?

Business

Secure your school data

Paul Young, head of technical services at UTAX UK Ltd, says high-quality technology should ens...