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Philosophy 'essential for all'

Dr Charlotte Blease, Dublin Institute of Advanced Studies, discusses why she believes Philosop...

What's in store for Generation Z?

Douglas Coupland discusses privacy, the new infinity, the barbarity of the nine-to-five job, a...

Can teaching and learning outwit automation?

The Edtech Podcast's Sophie Bailey reports on the 'fourth industrial revolution' and deliverin...

Edtech: keeping up with the pace of change

How should educators stay up to date with tech developments? Sophie Beyer asks a panel of expe...

Chancellor invests in technical education

£500 m funding for new T-Levels and £300m for STEM focused PHDs announced by Philip Hammond in...

Bath Chemical Engineer wins prestigious national tech award

Prof. Semali Perera from the University of Bath wins the Academic Award in the 2017 FDM Everyw...

Altogether now

Collaborative learning requires synchronised learning spaces, writes Simon Fry

Supporting SEN with edtech

Ben Behrens rounds up the latest edtech for children with Special Educational Needs

Q&A: Why education technology matters to Justine Greening

The Secretary of State for Education shares her thoughts on the future of education technology...

Teaching crisis addressed by Strategic Workforce Planning

Baljinder Kuller, MD of The Supply Register, discusses how procurement issues are at the heart...

Setting a bad example

Children unimpressed by parents' online behaviour, a study by Kaspersky finds

Is it time to steer your career in a new direction?

Simply Academy explains what steps should be taken if someone is looking to kick-start their c...

Ian Fordham joins Microsoft UK

Education Foundation Co-founder and Edtech UK CEO joins Microsoft as Director of Education

A year in edtech

We ask some of the sector's experts, was 2016 a success for edtech, and what developments can ...

The rising demand for digital tech

By Richard Picking, International Marketing Director, Gratnells

What does the future hold for independent schools?

Paul Norton, Kings Monkton School Principal, looks at how thematic teaching and new technologi...

EdTech Podcast: creating independent learners in Japan

This week's EdTech Podcast is with Global Teacher Prize nominee Kazuya Takahashi - on creating...

Student becomes youngest UK Cyber Security Champion

Ben Jackson, 18, triumphs at 2016 Cyber Security Challenge UK Masterclass making him 2016 cybe...

Building your digital school

Geoff Millington discusses how schools can make their websites more engaging and search-engine...

Printing progression

The emergence of simple software packages and tutorials have greatly improved accessibility to...

Securing ROI with 3D printing

By providing students with the latest edtech, unis increase student employability, and become ...

The politics of paying for IT in education

Bill Champness, Managing Director at Hardware Associates, looks at the issues

Reaping the benefits of 3D printing

The schools that have invested in 3D printers are now reaping the benefits right across the cu...

Inspiring a generation

3D printers are giving young people hands-on experience and invaluable insight into the proces...

Train to gain

Training for instructors and students on successful use of technology is crucial in blended le...

The 3D revolution

With 3D printing becoming more accessible, there is no reason schools can't have access to 3D ...

Parents call on schools to build dedicated mobile app

Almost 80% of parents say they would use a mobile app that gives them instant access to inform...

Blended learning - the perfect blend

Blended learning is a technique that is being introduced more and more, says Lynne Downey, Uni...

The potential of printing

When it comes to 3D printing, we've barely scratched the surface in terms of educational adopt...

A 3D vision

ET Editor Rebecca Paddick asks the rountable: Can 3D printing take education to another dimens...

Adopting a sustainable ICT model in multi-academy trusts

Jesse Johnson looks at the challenges and opportunities faced by MATs in implementing an ICT m...

Tapping into potential through code

How a one-week coding course helped Jonathan Channing turn his life around and tackle autism

Small flowers crack concrete

Andy Hutt discusses some of the online tools which could make a real difference to teaching an...

Sheffield VC to become Science Council President

Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sheffield, Professor Sir Keith Burnett FRS, has been name...

STEM boost at GCSE level

Rise in numbers of students taking Computing, Engineering and ICT prompts hopes over UK skills...

AR in education: on the cusp of mass use

The pros of augmented reality are very exciting for cutting edge teachers and educators, says ...

BYOD: From the living room to the classroom

Chris Neath from Lapcabby looks at introducing personal devices to education

Programming course for teachers gets Google backing

Wolverhampton lecturers secure funding from Google to develop a new online course for computer...

More than just an education

Being a great school requires more than just providing the best possible education; it require...

State educated ministers dominate new cabinet

Sutton Trust analysis shows big rise in state educated ministers