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1:1 e-learning in schools boosts academic skills

Findings of a recent survey suggest structured use of technology by all pupils in a school off...

Kids win space comp to meet Tim Peake

Abbey Gate College children win Space Agency competition to meet astronaut Tim Peake

BBC Micro:bit launches Educational Foundation

The new Micro:bit Educational Foundation will inspire a generation of young innovators in the ...

Five traits of creative computing boosting engagement

By Sophie Bailey, Founder, The Edtech Podcast

UK Code Week kicks off

Over 100 pupils from UK primary schools gather at a special event in London to mark the start ...

Smart about key and asset management

Midlands based primary school gets smart about key and asset management

Kids to design energy-saving comic strip

Children across Britain have the chance to win an energy makeover worth up to £50,000 for thei...

Samsung reveals impact of digital classrooms programme

Samsung reveals research findings from teachers and 3,000 pupils across the UK who have partic...

Step out of your comfort zone

Sometimes, the best way to grow as a teacher is to jump in and take the first step, says Micro...

Everest explorers to connect one million students

British explorers to create most extreme classroom on the planet for one million students

STEM experts launch rocket car comp

World's largest STEM Initiative The BLOODHOUND Project launches Race for the Line rocket car c...

New MOOC brings the water cycle to life

Canvas Network and Zappar join forces to bring augmented reality to the classroom

Supporting NQTs

New school year, newly qualified teachers: how can we best support them? Damien Roberts report...

Chargifi-ng ahead

Dan Bladen shares his super-charged tips for business success

Parents say school websites aren't up to scratch

New report finds that one in four parents think their child's school website needs improvement...

Still learning fast, Chargifi Founder, Dan Bladen, 27

Wireless charging company Chargifi was founded in 2013 after its founder, 27 year old Dan Blad...

The politics of paying for IT in education

When it comes to edtech, who is going to foot the bill, asks Bill Champness

Episode 25 of The EdTech Podcast is now live

Sophie Bailey boards the TeachMeet London Boat for the latest EdTech Podcast instalment

Roald Dahl goes digital

Discovery Education launches new activities to mark anniversary of Roald Dahl's birth

Blended learning, the best of both

Blended learning combines the best of online learning and face-to-face instruction, says Micro...

Inspiring STEM

How can we inspire today's schoolchildren to be the scientists of the future? Naomi Webb repor...

Being a Granny on the Cloud

Suneeta Kulkarni explains the Granny Cloud concept and how it has helped boost edtech around t...

Parents struggle with STEM subjects

E.ON is partnering with British engineer and broadcaster, Kate Bellingham, to launch new onlin...

Industry leaders fight talent shortage with new training

BBC Academy and Creative Skillset have announced the launch of a ground-breaking new productio...

Back to School, a worrying term

New year, new anxieties, but why no new solution to tackling child mental health?

Building your digital school

Geoff Millington discusses how schools can make their websites more engaging and search-engine...

The most digitally connected academic year on record

Richard Agnew looks at how the education sector must prepare for the most connected academic y...

How edtech makes learning more accessible

Edtech can increase accessibility, engagement and interactivity, yet at present only a handful...

Tech is not a cure-all

Technology can be used to cultivate a more active learning environment in the classroom

Building the modern classroom from the ground up

It's not just the technology in classrooms that is changing; it's the style of teaching, says ...

Preparing for risk in the digital world

As schools become ever more reliant on technology, the risk of attacks on their cyber estate b...

Improving performances with live classroom analytics

By Scott Brothers, Vice President of Business Development, at Oncam

Don't fall victim to cyber crime

You have probably had at least one piece of personal data stolen, although you are probably no...

Top tips to teach coding in schools

By Amy Box, Head of Schools Liaison, Codio

How social media can help schools recruit the best teachers

Eteach's Marketing Director, Lyndsay Westwood, gives her thoughts on how to make the most of s...

So what does it really mean to be digitally literate?

Digital literacy does not simply equate to knowing how to use a hashtag, says Richard Grazier

Closing the skills gap

Data analytics could help close the skills gap that exists between today's graduates and the w...

When it comes to edtech are you ahead of the curve?

By Richard Wells, Group Schools & LGEM+ Manager, Danwood

Can girls code better than boys?

Dean Jenkins, Founder at Codez Academy explains how we can bridge the gender divide to fill in...

Making the leap (or flip) in the classroom

Technology has to keep the wheel steady in the flipped classroom, says Daley Robinson, directo...