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Strengthening digital literacy through tech in the classroom

Steve Beswick, Business Development Director for Microsoft Education, discusses blended learni...

Aiding language learning in primary school through tech

The language skills shortage starts with primary school, but there are various online tools th...

A new era for arts education

Fiona Lindsay, Creative Producer at DT+, examines the increasingly important role technology h...

Using edtech to unlock the full potential of maths mastery

How teachers can maximise the use of edtech to get the most out of the new primary maths curri...

Disruptive classrooms come to Banff and Macduff

The two primary schools recently used an app to allow pupils to become creators and disseminat...

Blackwell's partners with Kortext

Sponsored: Kortext and Blackwell's have reached an agreement that will see Kortext acquire Bla...

How can library technology solutions save your school money?

SPONSORED: James Breakell, UK MD of D-Tech International looks at ways library technology can ...

Why is self-employment a great option?

While self-employment has its caveats, the advantages to being self-employed are numerous

96% of teachers say tech has a positive impact on education

A new report from The Knowledge Academy reveals that a vast majority of educators support the ...

Computer Science for all: are we lacking vision?

NCR UK Development and Support Manager Steve Barton on the joys of Coding Club, and why inclus...

E-learning makes new gains in the higher education sector

Jeremy C Bradley, Executive Director at Edology, shares his insight on the evolution of e-lear...

TeenTech Surrey inspires techie teens

TeenTech, the initiative aiming to inspire teenagers to consider careers in Science, Technolog...

STEM-related toys for Christmas will build skills, say IET

The IET's annual seasonal video this year encourages educational toys for Christmas

What students and teachers go through when IT stops working

Sponsored: A stable infrastructure and consistent network monitoring is more important than ev...

Video conferencing brings Bermudan coral reef to London

As Blue Planet II becomes the most watched British nature show, schools around the world get i...

Minecraft improves communication skills at primary school

Julia Lawrence from London CLC explains how Minecraft and OpenCity helped students at Reay Pri...

The business of digital

The importance of LMS for a strong Digital Foundation

Academia and the University of Westminster

Academia For Education recently deployed a new mobile learning project with the University of ...

The efficiency and effectiveness of explainer videos

Finja Kruse, of mysimpleshow.com explores the science behind the effectiveness and efficiency ...

Fire Tech gets £660k investment for growth in tech education

Young people are set to benefit from £660k investment for Fire Tech, preparing them for the fu...

World wide Hwb: the case for a nationwide digital strategy

Maria Morgan, Head of E-Learning at Bishop Vaughan School talks to ET about Hwb, the digital l...

The journey to student-centred learning

Graham Glass, CEO of Cypher Learning, talks tech and how to use it to put students at the cent...

We need to talk about science: primary edition

Hilary Leevers, Head of Education and Learning at the Wellcome Trust, talks school science pro...

Third of pre-schoolers now have their own tablet

Rather than using brand new equipment, toddlers are largely benefiting from digital hand-me-do...

Teaching code: beyond STEAM subjects

Founder of SAM Labs, Joachim Horn, looks at the importance of cross-curricular coding for stud...

Does the rise of AI precede the end of code?

Jason Cohen, Founder and CTO of WP Engine, on the future of software engineering and the likel...

Is the new maths curriculum adding up?

Brent Hughes, teacher trainer for Matific, on how the new maths curriculum should include gami...

University of London to modernise with Unit4 Business World

Unit4 Business World Finance, Research, Human Resources and Payroll will be hosted in a privat...

Using gaming to engage students in the classroom

Winston Poyton, Director at Capita SIMS, believes that schools can learn from games such as Mi...

Cohesive digital strategy needed in schools, says report

Issues around technology procurement, measurement and adoption prompt industry heavyweights to...

Bellevue Education chooses AccountsIQ and iSAMS solution

International schools group opts for affordable middle market Cloud accounting platform to mee...

Explorify seeks to help primary school science teaching

Primary schools currently spend less than 1.5 hours a week on subject, according to research f...

How AV developments are transforming universities

By Ross McLee, Senior AV Consultant, Harmonia Consulting Ltd., an independent acoustic, audio ...

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...

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...

Preparing students for the workplace of the future

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

iVent presents...

Your chance to find out how to attract students with virtual events for universities

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 ...