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Secondary

D&T – time to reverse the decline

This year saw 3% fewer students taking Design and Technology than 2013 – just the latest in ...

Primary

Hard truth to swallow

Jon Valentine, CEO of Impero Software, explains why tablet computers could be harming kids' em...

Primary

Could you be a Digital Leader?

Digital leaders at your school: empowering pupils and promoting potential. Poppy Gibson explai...

Product news

An IT phenomenon

Toby Skerritt, Head of Consultancy Services, Foundation IT, explains all about Virtual Desktop...

Higher education

A wearable education

Universities need to sit up and start preparing for WYOD, says Ennio Carboni, executive vice p...

Events

A balanced curriculum?

Rebecca Paddick met with some industry experts who had quite a few things to say about the new...

Business

Stand out from the crowd

Engaging with your stakeholders and ensuring you are the first choice for parents and students...

Primary

Make your investment worthwhile

Nik Tuson, Managing Director at LearnPad, shares his advice for successful investment and a se...

E-safety

Securing BYOD rollouts

To capitalise on the benefits of BYOD schools must understand the existing risks and adopt met...

Primary

Cracking the Computing curriculum

Nuno Guarda tells us five things all education establishments need to know about the new Natio...

E-safety

When cyber criminals up their game

Glasgow must protect itself against the rise in IT security threats, but with 30,000 users it ...

Primary

Planet of the apps

With such a wide selection of educational apps on offer, how can teachers make the right decis...

Higher education

Plymouth University gets agile

When Plymouth realised that most students learn about them primarily through their website, th...

Primary

Is tech making teaching less personal?

Julia McCann from Victoria Junior School in Feltham, discusses whether technology is a more of...

Secondary

Digital skills for the next gen

Andrew Harrison from Oldham College, talks about the curriculum responding to the demands of t...

Secondary

Computational thinking

Miles Berry, author of Switched on Computing from Rising Stars, shares some top tips on how to...

Secondary

Getting hands on in IT

With technology advancing every day, the new curriculum is a vital move that will help prepare...

Higher education

Can mobile transform adult learning?

Despite the extraordinary rates of mobile growth, we have only scratched the surface of mobile...

Higher education

Student experience of the future

Students have up-to-date technology in their personal lives, and expect the same from their ed...

Business

Making tech secure

Fernando Pires from Morse Watchmans says key management systems enhance the use and security o...

Higher education

Coping with high-stress system events

David Swayne, CIO at London South Bank University outlines how with visibility of all digital ...

Higher education

Taking cloud back to the classroom

By utilising cloud technologies, universities can provide scalable, cost-effective and flexibl...

Higher education

University IT sitting on a cloud

Paul Shannon discusses how a more flexible approach to IT can help universities attract underg...

E-safety

Archaic IT policy puts children at risk

Outdated e-safety policies could be leaving thousands of children at risk of cyber bullying cl...

Business

The power of print

Stephen Young from Xerox UK, tells us how colour printing can improve the learning experience ...

Events

Educating Berkshire

EDQ Managing Editor Hannah Oakman reports from the recent Sunday Times Festival of Education, ...

E-safety

Rogue mail

Email security has a way to go to catch up with other forms of online protection, says Simon F...

People

Easing the strain for dyslexics

David Imrie, SENCO at Ashcraig School in Glasgow, offers eight useful tips for helping dyslexi...

Business

The importance of data protection

If a school gets its data protection policies wrong the consequences can be unpleasant and rep...

Secondary

Passing on the message

Badminton School is taking a pioneering approach to encouraging more girls to study science, s...

International

Enhancing language learning through tech

Rosetta Stone'€™s Vice President Donavan Whyte outlines the benefits of technology in the lang...

Business

Display tech's latest generation

Robert Meakin explains how the next generation of business technology can meet the financial a...

Higher education

Are cashless campuses the future?

New payment methods are growing in popularity among students, and universities need to keep pa...

E-safety

Managing a child’s online journey

Tony Anscombe, Online Security Evangelist at AVG Technologies provides his top tips for managi...

Higher education

Make the world want your website

Olly Willans, Founder of digital agency Torchbox, shares his thoughts on what makes a great un...

Primary

Schools positive about curriculum change

Caroline Wright, Director of British Educational Suppliers Association, (BESA) discusses the l...

People

Back to the future

Schools Commissioner Frank Green CBE, talks free schools, academies, coding and the future of ...

Secondary

Strategies to improve attendance

Louise Regan, Headteacher of Hillocks Primary School in Nottinghamshire talks about the strate...

Secondary

On cloud nine

Online cloud-based shopping malls for schools could help educators save time and money when it...

International

Breaking boundaries

Sean Gardner looks at how 'social education'€™ can help prospective international students to ...