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UK kids have mobiles by 10

BullGuard releases results from a survey of 2,000 parents that provides a snapshot of children...

RM looks at impact of eBooks

The National Literacy Trust and RM Books embark on a joint study to explore eBooks'€™ impact o...

Schools secure energy makeover

Pupils win British Gas Generation Green Energy Performance, judged by Diversity dance stars Pe...

Schools positive about curriculum change

Caroline Wright, Director of British Educational Suppliers Association, (BESA) discusses the l...

Digital Summer Trip returns to London

National education and technology festival returns to London's Tech City to encourage students...

The future at our fingertips

A plethora of innovative systems are available which can help manage physical and virtual stud...

A new way of learning

Sean Gardner, Founder of social education company Tute, takes a closer look at the growth of '...

Shaun the Sheep gets kids coding

Wallace and Gromit creators, Aardman Animations, are encouraging children to get into coding w...

Thinking out cloud

Developing cloud technology brings significant benefits for both students and their educationa...

Tute expands to GCSE and A-Level

Social education platform Tute has announced that it is broadening its subject range to includ...

MP visit for Bath Spa's Artswork Media

Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls MP visits Bath Spa University's Artswork Media as part of a day lon...

Assistive tech: in a class of its own

Assistive technology is playing a bigger part in the lives of disabled students than ever befo...

Cramlington school Ofsted ready

A North East primary school is leading the way in the use of new software to better prepare it...

Less judgement and more development

Lesson observations can be an effective tool for school improvement when used as a CPD tool. O...

The Cloud market in education today

The adoption and use of Cloud technology is still being held back by justified concerns in the...

Making learning interactive

Katharina Strassburger-Groppweis, Product Manager at Panasonic, tells us how digital signage a...

Innovating in leaps and bounds

Tristam Hunt, shadow secretary of state for education, discusses education and innovation in S...

Cutting costs without cutting quality

Patrick Truss finds out how universities can provide high-quality, yet economic IT infrastruct...

A unique vision

Nicolas Berg, strategic marketing manager, presentation and communications, at Sony Europe tel...

Sony Vision Presenter PWA-VP100

Each new generation of students has a stronger natural affinity with technology as a learning ...

From broadband to blue chip

Marketing Manager, Emma Ashcroft, tells us more about Exa Education, an ISP company based in B...

A broad curriculum for tomorrow

Chris Sharples gives his conclusions and recommendations for the new computing curriculum

Schools trial new PTA technology

PTAsocial, a parent and teacher networking service, recently launched and already has 200 scho...

Making 3D printing simple

Ultimaker release instructional video as part of their CREATE Education Project to explain sim...

UK schools to get 3D printing hub

Tollbar Multi-Academy Trust future proofs UK students with the launch of Ultimaker 3D printing...

ViewSonic'€™s ViewBoard series

ViewSonic has introduced the ViewBoard series, the large-format touch display solution for mo...

How to teach robotics

It is relatively simple to get started in robotics, explains Denis Hallam, Associate Deputy He...

Cloud for curriculum transformation

How ULCC helped MMU provide a cost-effective, personalised, extensible and mobile learning exp...

Who will build the next Halo?

With only five months until Computing becomes part of the curriculum, Microsoft UK asks, how d...

A contemporary E-learning ecosystem

No single educational provider can host the range of technologies necessary to the 21st-centur...

Equipping students with real skills

The UK is in need of a generation with digital skills. As such, education has a key role to pl...

Cybercrime experts converge on Coventry

Leading figures in cybercrime prevention will head to Coventry University in May for an inform...

School WiFi supports 1,400 devices

Berkhamsted School has deployed a Meru WiFi network to support 800 school-owned and 600 studen...

Schools trial PTA tech

A parent and teacher networking service has 200 school committees signed up across the UK and ...

Empowering the teacher through tech

Teachers hero and maths enthusiast Johnny Ball talks BETT, Raspberry Pi and the future of comp...

Microsoft and CAS team up

Microsoft and Computing at Schools group (CAS) are joining forces to help teachers inspire a n...

Making it green

The University of Portsmouth decided to work with ICT specialists Stone Group, to securely rec...

Radio wristbands keep track of children

University of Derby develops tracker wristbands to help reduce the risk of losing individuals ...

Ofsted e-safety puts pressure on budgets

With individual online e-safety training courses costing upwards of £15 per teacher, the inves...

Leadership in transforming education

Education Technology's Jack-William Cantwell reports back from the annual NAACE conference in ...