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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

Justine Greening: the most 'important job' in the cabinet

There are four key priorities for the new Secretary of State for Education, says National Asso...

Does technology have a considerable impact in the classroom?

Steve Forbes, Head of Network Solutions, RM Education, and Mark House, Google for Education Ex...

Smartphone addicts more anxious than nature lovers

New research by University of Derby shows smartphone addicts are more anxious and have lower s...

BYOD - The new norm

With BYOD becoming common practice in education, Helen Dorritt looks at the evolution of this ...

Moving on from ICT

Simon Moyle looks at how to use technology to teach other core subjects

From chalkboard to iPad

Chris Neath looks at the process of transitioning to a digital classroom

Blended learning, educating the digital generations

Formal education is based largely on practices that do not support the development of today's ...

Ebooks: telling a positive story

Electronic courseware holds great potential to reach the reluctant learner, says Neil Georgeso...

What makes an outstanding school leader?

There are some vital skills and attributes that a great school leader should possess, says How...

How you can help a budding marketer

A career in digital marketing can seem like a natural course of action for today's student

Online CPD courses to boost global teaching skills

Online CPD materials, created by Best Practice Network, now available to educators via the Can...

Closing the digital skills gap

The BBC micro:bit is inspiring the generation of tech pioneers to help bridge the digital skil...

Health and safety: The key to the digital classroom

With electronics a big part of the classroom, Chris Neath looks at ways to create a culture of...

Avoiding the piecemeal approach

Schools buy tech on a project-by-project basis, and don't look at how to adapt to changing cur...

What to expect from Generation Z

Generation Z is the generation born between 1994 and 2010. The first wave will be entering the...

A complete programme

Edtech must revolutionise the learning process, the way in which teacher work and how the scho...

The great tech expectations of Generation Z

StudentCom research reveals 83 per cent of 15 to 18 year-olds can't live without the internet ...

Don't break the bank

A common misconception is that latest technology will eat into the schools already stretched b...

Digital immigrants versus digital natives?

Regular use of Snapchat or Instagram doesn't necessarily equate to digital literacy, says Rich...

IET invites young members to its board

For first time in its 145-year history, the Institution of Engineering and Technology recently...

Bringing teaching up to date

Far too many teachers are still stuck in outdated teaching methodologies, says Naace CEO, Mark...

Edtech is only half the battle

We also need to make sure that technology?s impact on learning is positive and measurable, say...

The digital generation

ROUNDTABLE: How do we go about closing the new 'digital divide' between students and their tea...