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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

Preparing for risk in the digital world

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

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 ...

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...

Meaningful marking

Above all marking should be meaningful, manageable and motivating, are we doing enough?

Online gaming resource for schools

MinecraftEdu creator TeacherGaming LLC launches online games marketplace for schools

Finding the perfect IT partner

With so many IT providers out there, how do you choose the one that will become your school's ...

Using technology to raise attainment

With each wave of progression, schools must carefully consider the impact of new technologies ...

Meccano Robots coming to a summer camp near you!

New partnership between Super Camps and Meccano includes the new programmable robot, the Mecca...

Reducing disruption with digital seating planners

Towers School minimises low-level disruption in the classroom, and reduces teachers' workloads...

Discovery Education launch 'Make Your World Bigger' campaign

Discovery Education's digital drive aims to keep kids learning during the school holidays

UKTI to host webinar for UK edtech providers

UK Trade and Investment is hosting a free webinar on Overseas Export Opportunities for UK EdTe...

Construction game helps teens build their future

Chartered Institute of Building construction game in Minecraft aims to help next generation bu...

Worrying findings from Dream Date Dress Up

Young girls reported heightened body dissatisfaction after playing a children's internet game ...

Personal learning workflows 

The key to driving up standards when using edtech is using the personal learning workflow, say...

New partnership helps Northampton go global

London based HE provider partners with the University of Northampton to offer international st...

Developing a new pedagogy fit for the 21st century

Myddelton College is providing its students the essential skills required to be effective in a...

Five ways technology has changed teaching and learning

Just how has technology changed the face of the classroom?

Creative communication in the classroom

LEGO Education's Jessica Clifton provides an engaging method of communication for children str...

Games in the Classroom. What games?

Not all students are competitive, which raises the question of what motivates children to play...

Digital resources help kids remember Somme

The Royal British Legion is offering teachers a range of digital resources to help encourage p...

Meet Marty, a 'Raspberry Pi for robotics'

Robotical announce crowdfunding campaign to launch Marty, an affordable, 3D printable walking ...

The rise of SOLES

Newcastle University's Sarah Cossom, examines the rise of self-organised learning environments...

Shakespeare goes digital at the BBC

The BBC launches ShakeItUp, an online tool that challenges teenagers to get creative and re-mi...