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Why tech matters
- Justine Greening Secretary of State for Education
Unit4 Business World saves two Essex colleges £80,000
The Evolution and Revolution of Online Education.
Paving the way for next gen coders
Spring Budget reveals increased investment in STEM education
4 million training places offered with new Digital Strategy
National Bibliographic Knowledgebase to be created by OCLC
GDPR: prepared for change?
Three education tech trends that will supercharge the sector
Secure your network or face the consequences
49% of British kids scared to use the Internet
Smallpeice Trust teach Year 9s about cyber security
What you don't know, can't hurt you... can it?
Accelerating Digital Transformation in HE Online Event
April issue of Independent Education Today is out now!
Cybersecurity skills in crisis
Bredon Hill Academy wins BP Ultimate STEM Challenge
Annual conference to examine issues affecting independents
William Shatner and Aardman go to Mars
NMiTE receives £8 million start-up funding
Students want tracking apps in HE
Cape Town and Leeds to study role of tech in HE
HESA and Civica to work on new Data Futures project
Cyber security, are you in the know?
MIT's Curious Learning takes literacy learning global
Edtech trends to look out for in 2017
OU and Save the Children team up
Brand new international e-Assessment Awards programme launch
Online learning to lead education by 2025
Edtech in Africa, go large or go home
Chancellor invests in technical education
Bath Chemical Engineer wins prestigious national tech award
Supporting SEN with edtech
Q&A: Why education technology matters to Justine Greening
Teaching crisis addressed by Strategic Workforce Planning
Summer 2017 issue of ISS is now available online
Dundee partners with TechnologyOne
Digital leaders in the primary school
Shakespeare Week 2017 goes digital
Why budget cuts don't need to spell the end of edtech
ConquerComputing launched at Education Show
Intelligent iPad and lockers for education
Student mental health and its effect on learning
Student duo develop handy revision website
Audio Visual developments and what they mean for education
SHOW SUCCESS FOR DIGIBOX AT BETT 2017
Take the VEX IQ Challenge
Prioritising enrichment over cutting-edge
Future demand for social skills will be big, says new report
Online tutoring: effective, convenient and fun
2017 Spring Budget and Education
How can we continue to engage girls in STEM?
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Sony Vision Presenter PWA-VP100
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From broadband to blue chip
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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 ...
UK school tops Microsoft comp
Microsoft celebrates pioneering Broadclyst school making a real difference to its students' le...
BT to go Barefoot Computing with BCS
BT is to partner with BCS, in running a national scheme to support primary school teachers as...
University of the People accredited in US
This accreditation 'validates continued emergence of innovative, low-cost approaches to high-q...
10 great sites and apps for schools
Holly Seddon (pictured) and Laura Celada from Quibly share 10 of the best and most popular app...
Don't tempt me!
Pupils preparing for exams should treat social media as a useful revision aid rather than a ti...
The musical teachers making maths fun
Samuel Kordan, a teacher from Hazel Oak School, tells us about an alien named Adam Up who's pr...
Is the Year of Code strong enough?
Osborne and Gove, recently launched Year of Code to raise programming awareness, but Simon Har...
BYOD: a nightmare waiting to happen?
A new study by Altodigital has revealed a potential IT nightmare waiting to happen as educatio...
Kids go unprotected online
Millions of children could be exposed to a range of online threats at an increasingly young ag...
Children without tech at home missing out
New research has revealed the extent to which teachers believe a lack of access to technology ...
Website helps kids see wood from trees
A newly-launched website aims to develop youngsters into lifelong readers, bringing a new digi...
A guide to the new computing curriculum
From using computers to understanding how they work, Rebecca Paddick explains all about this y...
Spelling boost for kids via new app
Spell with Pip: An Oxford Spelling Game is a new iPad game recommended for children aged 4-8 y...
The 21st century primary
We've seen the future of multimedia learning. It's at a primary school in Devon.
Node chair adapts to 'active learning'
Steelcase Design Studio has designed an innovative classroom chair that provides quick and sea...