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Childnet launches e-safety film competition

E-safety charity launches Childnet Film Competition to encourage young people to create a shor...

Today's the day for the micro:bit

One million pocket-sized, codeable computers will be given to every single Year 7 pupil in the...

Missing person - spread the word with social media

With over 3 billion people online, the internet is a resource that needs to be utilised when i...

DfE releases Educational Excellence Everywhere whitepaper

Nicky Morgan publishes whitepaper on government vision for next five years

Technology loving teens don't make the link with engineering

UK teenagers' interest in technology is top of the world while enthusiasm for engineering has ...

Primary schools learn robotics from Plymouth University

University research project teaches benefits of computer science and robotics

A hybrid IT approach

How do we ensure classroom devices are in sync? Fujitsu's Ash Merchant explains all

Keeping up with the pace of change

Schools are in danger of investing too quickly in edtech without having a plan for how it will...

10 things your kids can learn online

The educational technology that can help to teach kids skills for life

The evolution of technology in schools

Track the growth of technology in the classroom with this educational timeline

ET February/March edition out now

The Feb/March edition of Education Technology magazine is now available to download

The writing's on the... digital device

Are students losing critical communication skills such as handwriting because of the rise of e...

New online training resource for SEN

Equality and Human Rights Commission launches online training kit to help schools unlock oppor...

Artificial Intelligence in special education

Using social technologies to design therapies for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Safer Internet Day 2016

Primary School hosts event with Islington Council and Discovery Education

Ebooks can raise literacy levels in boys

Research finds ebooks have measurable impact on boys' literacy levels, reading confidence, enj...

Can tech lead to distraction?

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

Introduce computing early and watch the interest grow

Nicola Goodey says early experimentation with computing can encourage pupils to choose compute...

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...

A year in edtech

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

Inside the Flipped Classroom

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

3D is the magic number

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