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Far too many teachers are still stuck in outdated teaching methodologies, says Naace CEO, Mark...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

Is mobile technology changing the way teachers work?

Tablet devices are used in a growing number of schools. Julie Booth asks if mobile tech could ...

Delivering edtech training in HE

Should edtech training be a standard part of teacher training at university? Anna Dutton expla...

Increase in undergrads choosing online study

The University of Derby Online Learning (UDOL) is seeing more and more undergraduate student e...

Campus control

Andy Rainforth tells us more about Sateon, the online solution for estates teams

Global teacher prize awarded at GESF

The Global Education and Skills Forum brought together leaders from across the sector to promo...

The name of the game

Donavan Whyte offers three ways to bring the gaming experience to the classroom

Augment your classroom and bring education to life

Magnetic London says AR can bridge the gap between print and digital, making lessons more inte...

Unlocking the digital classroom

The education sector is at a critical point on its journey to embrace innovative technologies,...

Let's get technical

AT Editor Stephanie Broad visits Bristol Technology & Engineering Academy to take a peek at li...

AR redefining the learning space

With every new year comes new technologies in the education sector. One such technology is aug...

Is on-the-job training the future of teaching?

On-the-job training looks set to play a major role in recruiting teachers in the future, says ...

Revamping education for work: a life of learning

Updating formal education amid a constantly changing employment landscape is essential, says P...

A balancing act

Can the education sector realistically invest in edtech while still balancing budgets? ET Edit...

Stephen Fry leads missing children campaign

Actor and Comedian Stephen Fry leads campaign to make every second count when a child is repor...

Esther Rantzen helps tech charity fundraiser

Dame Esther Rantzen helps Lifelites to spread their magic in new charity fundraising video

Success for Bolton's computing students

Three A-level computing students reach final of National Rail technology competition

Bath Astrophysicist named Woman of the Year

Professor Carole Mundell has been named Woman of the Year in the UK's biggest programme champi...

Opening cocoons

Rachel Musson, founder of ThoughtBox, has been re-thinking education from the inside

BESA bids goodbye to Director General

Rt Hon Nicky Morgan presents Dominic Savage with an award for his outstanding contribution to ...

Teachers: we want to choose classroom tech

TES survey highlights teacher demand for involvement in selecting tech for the classroom

Top tech

A computing teacher at Loughborough Grammar School has been named as the TeenTech Teacher of t...

Leicester Prof honoured by Royal Astronomical Society

University of Leicester space researcher Professor Alan Wells has been honoured by the Royal A...

Computer science pro joins Imperial

Nick Jennings, computer science pioneer, appointed Vice Provost at Imperial College London

Britain's education workers are on the move in 2016

More than a third of those working in the UK education sector will be looking for new jobs thi...

BESA announces new director

The British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) has announced that Patrick Hayes will bec...

The global teacher shortage

Charles McIntyre Co-Founder of EdTech Europe proposes how mobile learning could be the solutio...

Key edtech trends in 2016

Donavan Whyte lists five key trends for the learning and development sector in 2016

Edtech in 2016

Justin Beck, vice president of Kaltura, predicts the edtech space in 2016

The future of educational assessment?

David Hawley explains how the IB Middle Years Programme makes use of e-assessment

Schools should make every child digitally literate

Students are receiving inconsistent education in technology says Sam Pemberton

Don't forget the CPD

Teachers and parents also need ICT education says Ash Merchant

Is classroom technology actually being used by teachers?

New Canvas study of UK teachers shows tech 'dormancy' impacts results

The importance of ICT

ICT should be a core GCSE subject says Shaun Eason

Is the digital divide a family affair?

As children adapt to new technology, David Tindall considers whether adults are being left beh...

Secure your school's data

Reeza Awoodun, a consulant at Sonocent, suggests ways schools and universities can ensure data...

A cloud of success

After a significant uptake in cloud services, Paul Young discusses the benefits