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D-Tech International installs library security at LAMDA

James Breakell, D-Tech International, shares details of the company's recent installation in t...

Book characters featured in phonics and vocabulary apps

Skoodal apps include characters Biff, Chip and Kipper from the popular Oxford University Press...

Preparing students for the workplace of the future

Neil Bramley, B2B Client Solutions Business Unit Director, Toshiba Northern Europe, shares thr...

Kids 'don't know enough to stay safe online'

Over 80% of London Key Stage 2 pupils lack the knowledge to search for information safely onl...

Test scores up 10% with edtech

Three science teachers in the US improved assessment scores by 10% in six months using next-ge...

University to develop computer game for autism

The University of Bedforshire has been awarded a large grant to develop the game for children ...

School syllabus now includes gaming apps

Leading psychologist Dr Simon Moore's new research shows that contrary to popular belief, gami...

'Planning for change' in your library

New technologies: why all schools should get onboard

Technology is intrinsic in today's modern classroom; in fact, it is estimated that our schools...

Top 5 trends in US EdTech

Mobile Guardian have been looking at the top 5 technological trends in US education

HP - Providing Students with Essential Technology

Workstations are an important asset for HP Education customers

iLearn, uLearn: portable tablet devices in the classroom

Charley Rogers reports on recent research from Stranmillis on the effect of iPads on Early Yea...

Educating for 21st Century Skills

Part two of the ASU GSV Summit Series on The Edtech Podcast

At the forefront of Access Control technology

TLJ Security Systems have been at the forefront of development in Access Control solutions for...

Is a tech-free home a disadvantage for children?

Parents fear that if technology is not used at home, their children will be at a disadvantage

Skill development encouraged through tech-driven teaching

Jane Ashworth, UK MD of SMART Technologies talks technology-driven collaborative teaching, an...

The modern panic button: much more than an alert

Klaus Allion, Managing Director at ANT Telecom, looks at the options for schools designing eme...

IT leaders choose lamp-free projector technology

The new academic year will see a move towards technologies which increase efficiency, says Cas...

Kids ask parents 22K questions during their school life

A new study has discovered just how curious children are, and reveals that parents are unable ...

Industry meets education: an unbeatable collaboration

By Ash Merchant, Director of Education, Fujitsu

Never let service levels play second fiddle to price

Recognised throughout the sector for its quality, D-Tech believes that good customer care cont...

Eight ways to use a classroom camera or visualiser

With cameras becoming a standard piece of equipment in the classroom, HUE HD tells of their ei...

Lockheed Martin & Discovery Education launch space challenge

Pupils have to design a habitation module for a mission to Mars to be in with a chance of winn...

Pupils enjoy a royal win at national coding competition

The eight-year-olds designed a computer game that sends the Queen to Mars

Could technology ever be part of Montessori education?

If technology is part of our children's world, why should it be overlooked in their learning p...

New digital partnership teaches kids about food

Alimentarium Foundation and Discovery Education launch 'Food and the Body' digital classroom r...

SIP Trunking could save you thousands on telephone costs

Modern-day telephony and broadband technologies are saving schools thousands of pounds

Preparing for the September intake - webinar

Our forthcoming webinar will look at auto-provisioning and identity management for education

Team betty brings period awareness to Festival of Education

The betty for schools team parks up at the Telegraph Festival of Education to highlight period...

Hack The Classroom is back on June 27th!

As the world moves more rapidly, it is hard to keep up with what are the most powerful ways to...

Step into STEM

Ha Cole, CTO for Education at Microsoft, tells us about STEM, and why we should be inspiring m...

First ever LitFilmFest for primary schools comes to Britain

Up to 1,600 7-11 year olds will see their work on the BFI IMAX's screen, as part of a new driv...

BP introduces Science Explorers learning materials

The oil and gas company is set to boost support for primary science teaching

Pivot3 Hyperconverged Video Surveillance Solution

Sketch-to-Scale and Manufacturing Leader Flex Reduces Risk and Cost with Pivot3 Hyperconverged...

Ultimate STEM Challenge is back! 

Can your students help build a more sustainable future? You've got until January 2018 to come ...

How to get pupils back on track with virtual learning

Yasmin Celik, from Chaucer School, explains how every pupil is given the chance to succeed ac...

How to drive safely as a student

Being a new driver is great for some, but nerve wracking for others

Technology instead of teachers?

Josephine Lister, editor at HundrED, believes technology can step in when teachers aren't avai...

Taking the 'maybe' out of cloud computing

The benefits of cloud computing for schools outweigh the negatives, says Neil Watkins

Fordingbridge help to utilise space at Worthing High School

A covered walkway and dining space have been introduced at Worthing High School