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Can tech lead to distraction?

New research shows how personal tech devices are being banned in classrooms due to teachers' f...

It's Not Rocket Science animation series lifts off

Astronaut Chris Hadfield launches animated series to teach science through comedy

New app set to boost children's reading skills

Primary school teacher and Plymouth graduate creates new app to improve children's reading ski...

Parents struggle to 'unplug' kids from tech

A quarter of parents struggle to get their children to 'unplug' and take part in activities aw...

Delivering on the edtech promise

Unless tech is having a demonstrable impact on teaching and learning, it's not good enough, sa...

Bristol children to experience music tech programme

Education programme developed by Bristol Music Trust and Renishaw rolls out to more schools af...

Tech teamwork: every student can get involved with tech

Here, we talk to teachers from across the UK about their approach to teaching computing

The impact of 3D tech

Thierry Collet looks at how 3D technology in education is changing perceptions, cognition and ...

Making learning mobile

How changes to mobile technology can help students to learn on the go

British Red Cross launches first aid teaching resource

British Red Cross launches first aid education resource for teachers with young people aged 11...

Athens school kids try out UST projectors

Avgoulea-Linardatou School in Athens is making learning more collaborative with 35 Sony VPL-SW...

Parents get Media Smart

Not-for-profit media literacy initiative launches advertising and social media digital guide f...

STEM facilities complete at Dulwich

Lee Evans Partnership design new Pennock Centre for Science & Technology at Dulwich Prep Londo...

Are video games just child's play?

Can games-based learning be a force for good in the classroom? Alice Savage reports

A year in edtech

Rebecca Paddick asks some of the sector's experts, was 2015 a success for edtech, and what dev...

How can digital learning improve 'character skills?'

Research from Techknowledge for Schools explores how the daily use of tech in schools can prep...

Are FUZE workshops any good? See for yourself

Two schools talk about the FUZE, a programmable computer and electronics workstation

Virtual sets and augmented reality in learning process

Ricardo Montesa, CEO of Brainstorm Multimedia, explains how broadcast techniques can benefit e...

Leading digital schools head to Discovery Education event

Teachers from some of the UK's pioneering digital schools gathered at a major digital educatio...

Educational app wins Children's BAFTA

Virry, an app created by Fountain Digital Labs, has been awarded a Children's BAFTA in the Int...

Inside the Flipped Classroom

Mary Palmer, of educational research charity Techknowledge for Schools, shares examples from t...

A year in edtech

Charlotte Johnston looks back on a year in edtech and predicts the next few months ahead

3D is the magic number

ET editor Rebecca Paddick asks the roundtable: Will 3D printing take education to another dime...

Victoria Park blaze technology trail in Belfast

New ActivPanel is a first for schools in Northern Ireland

What's the benefit?

BESA's Caroline Wright asks how has AV actually transformed the teaching and learning environm...

Knowing your IT security risks

Take the Bloxx survey on IT security to help us understand the online risks shaping the educat...

Schools say Yes to primary careers provision

Collins Learning joins with The Yes Programme in a mission to revolutionise careers education ...

Digital learning boosts exam results, say teachers

Research reveals a quarter of teachers believe digital learning boosts exam results by at leas...

Can video gaming improve children's cognitive prowess?

A research study conducted by no less an authority as Oxford University suggests video games c...

Robo Wunderkind launches on Kickstarter

Robo Wunderkind is a programmable kit for children of all ages which aims to transform how cod...

Primary teachers still lack computing confidence

One in three UK primary teachers still lack the confidence to effectively teach the new comput...

Tech to help music reach rural areas

New report proves digital technology is key to improving access to music education in rural ar...

What the OECD report really means

Miles Berry shares some concerns about OECD's report: 'Students, Computers and Learning: Makin...

Tech in schools, it IS helping, so let's help our teachers!

Week 2 of the new term and the debate about the usefulness of tech in schools has got louder. ...

Demythologising extremism

Teachers are ideally placed to counter extremist narratives before they fully take hold of pup...

Report shows surge in youngsters using mobile tech

Three-quarters of pre-schoolers now use tablet computers and phones, according to CHIDWISE dat...

ICT use in schools on the rise

Despite the recent OECD report questioning the value of classroom tech, UK schools increase th...

Sir Clive Sinclair launches 'Every Child Can Code' scheme

A new interactive educational initiative has been launched to teach children under seven how t...

Expensive equipment for effective curriculum

Top of the range equipment is needed to teach the curriculum effectively, but there isn't alwa...

Schools invest more in IT

Schools invest a record £1.13 billion in IT in the last 12 months