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Starter for 10: A coding journey

For 10-year-old Moses, computing isn't just an interest, it's a passion

How can social media help recruit the best teacher talent?

Eteach's Lyndsay Westwood gives her thoughts on how to make the most of social media to recrui...

The social media 'green cross code'

There is still room for improvement when it comes to our online health, says Aston University'...

The edtech obstacle course

Martin Large discusses how to overcome barriers to adoption of technology in the classroom

Creators, not consumers

The ability to develop their own software is revolutionising the way students use technology i...

Flipped learning: a model approach

By Ian Curtis (pictured,) Head of Western Europe, Africa & ANZ at Promethean

App aids the visually impaired

Mobile app and web service improves the lives of over 160,000 visually impaired people

Tomorrow's world

Developing today's digital skills to address the challenges of tomorrow

From classroom to workplace, why collaboration is key

By Gill Leahy, Head of Curriculum Development and Research, at Promethean

Is computing really as 'alien' as you think?

Rosie Elston explains how simple programming can actually be, even for the most non-IT literat...

Why edtech needs to get its head out of the clouds

Less blue-sky, more on-the-ground thinking please, says Dave Tucker, Director at Sonocent

AR, robots and streamed lessons, it's the class of 2050

Streamed lessons, augmented reality and robots expected to be daily teaching tools in the clas...

Software Engineer award for Abertay graduate

An Abertay University graduate has been named Young Software Engineer of the Year 2015

Coding, today's modern language

We need to invest in what Generation Z are learning now, says Mark Armstrong, VP & MD EMEA, Pr...

Tablets: a hindrance or a help?

Tom Bennett recently claimed that tablets should be taken out of the classroom. Is he right?

More than coding

If the new curriculum ends up being little more than programming it will have failed, says Sim...

Will data kill the big brands in education?

As the shape of education changes, so must the providers, says Charles McIntyre, Co-Founder of...

Computer thinking for the future

Miles Berry explains computer science may not be a feature in every pupil's future, but the sk...

Train teachers for coding curriculum

After undertaking coding training, many teachers realised that the curriculum change was not a...

New chief executive for Jisc

Dr Paul Feldman, currently an executive partner at Gartner UK, has been appointed as Jisc's ne...

Curriculum confidence is key

Teachers are keen to embrace the new computing curriculum, but only once they understand what ...

BESA announces new director general

Dominic Savage, director general of the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) has a...

The robots are coming

Oundle alumni Sir Howard Stringer visits school to deliver lecture on technology

A 3D future

Chris Elsworthy explains how we can create new opportunities for dyslexic pupils through 3D pr...

MBE for Bristol computer science grad

A Bristol University graduate, whose fashion app changed the way people shop online for clothe...

Mobile solutions for school staff

Tablet devices are used by over half of independent school staff, according to a recent Capita...

Education in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

Despite a chaotic start, Artificial Intelligence is no longer just a boulevard of broken dream...

Cloud is... Or is it?

Cloud technology provides many more opportunities for innovation than the stereotypes suggest,...

STEM survey results published

Twice as many young adults as middle-aged baby boomers don't think it important to teach scien...

Consider your options

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

Assessment, attainment and accountability

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

Portable perils

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

Dyson donates £12m to create engineering school

The James Dyson Foundation has donated £12 million to Imperial College London, to create the D...

Kids choose careers in tech

Over half of UK schoolchildren want engineering and technology careers, but lack access to tec...

UK Blog Awards date announced

The National UK Blog Awards will provide an opportunity for bloggers from the education indust...

Student battles adversity for online degree

A University of Derby Online Learning (UDOL) student has talked of how she has battled adversi...

Reshuffle changes face of education

David Willetts and Michael Gove announce departure as the Prime Minister carries out cabinet r...

Easing the strain for dyslexics

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

Techie teachers inspire kids

50 trainee teachers who received the first computing scholarships are now looking forward to s...

Taking on tablet tech

Rebecca Paddick asks some of the sector'€™s experts: are tablets the future for our primary an...