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Skills Minister supports TechFuture Girls

Skills Minister Nick Boles joins TechFuture Girls to see how employers are creating a talent p...

Low-cost high-tech

Shopping around and careful consideration can ensure affordable ICT acquirement, writes Simon ...

Coping with the Coding Curriculum

Planet Sherston's Education Consultant Cathy Parker puts a few ideas on the table for deliveri...

Obsolete products put schools at risk

One in five schools will be left vulnerable with obsolete products warns Stone Group

Turning to tech

Andy Makeham (pictured) tells us how teachers can turn to technology for more time in the clas...

Record number of kids now coding

More than 14,000 schools and pupils are now learning to code with Ocado Technology's Rapid Rou...

Edge Hill numeracy programme goes global

A child numeracy scheme designed by Edge Hill University will be implemented in Dubai after su...

Yes gets a yes

The government has given its support to a film-based scheme to inspire primary school children...

TES invests in edtech

TES Global launches new resources marketplace for fast-growing global teaching community

The Naace Self-review Framework

Dave Smith, vice-chair of Naace, discusses the Naace Self-review framework and how it could wo...

Canvas Space Programme winners

Instructure, the creators of Canvas VLE, announce the winning UK and Ireland schools for the C...

Bolton school youngsters issued iPads

Bolton School has issued iPads to even its very youngest pupils, for use during the school day...

Barefoot Project to be extended

Since its launch last summer, BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, has announced that the Bare...

Digital youth of the future

Education Technology spoke to Virgin Media at BETT to find out more about its plans for the Di...

Curriculum important for the future

Survey shows that 90% of teachers consider the new computing curriculum as important to their ...

Who's afraid of the dark?

John Ronane believes that a lack of prior computing experience is no reason for teachers to st...

Learning in and out of the classroom

Emma Kershaw, E-Learning Programme Manager at Civica discusses key trends to consider in 2015 ...

Upping the digital ante

iPads have helped RGS prep schools in Worcester to bring a new dimension to their digital lear...

Platform to success

The increase in mobile technology has led to a new way of teaching. Helen Dorritt looks at the...

A lesson in interactivity

There are several barriers that are hindering both the use and take up of technology in the cl...

Challenging ICT

Leading ICT provider RM Education is offering Education Technology readers a free ICT planning...

Crash course in coding

Primary school teachers are to get a crash course in coding and programming from technology co...

Over the horizon

What's in store for the education sector over the next 12 months, and how can we best prepare ...

PM launches Hour of Code

Prime Minster David Cameron launches The Hour of Code at a Downing Street event, where 50 chil...

Classic children'€™s tales still popular

The Read for my Schools challenge helps to foster a love of reading in children and the result...

UWE Bristol leads Robotics Week

Local schools interact with robots as part of a project organised by UWE Bristol during EU Rob...

Typing on the move made simple

Sean Byrne reviews the Kensington KeyFolio Exec, the keyboard for document editing and speedy ...

The benefits of moving to the cloud

Most schools have been cautious about moving to the cloud, but it is now a tried and tested so...

Enhancing the digital classroom

Dave Saltmarsh, educational evangelist at JAMF Software, on how mobile device management tools...

ISC: Getting the right information

The Independent Schools Council's ICT Strategy Conference focused on three areas schools need ...

Making to participate

Effective digital participation can only come when you understand how the technologies you are...

Rapid's Young Inventors Competition

Leading education supplier Rapid Online has launched a competition to find the next big invent...

Head to the Creative Quarter

Young people from 13-19 will be offered the chance to explore life and careers in the creative...

Speaking the cyber bully's language

Jonathan Valentine, CEO of Impero Software, shares how understanding terms used online is cruc...

Free frameworks from Rising Stars

Rising Stars has released free frameworks for schools to encourage the progress of the more ab...

Samsung launches coding hub

Samsung Electronics is working with Code Club to open five Coding Hubs across the UK, includin...

Augmented Learning

Poppy Gibson shares a range of easy-to-create examples of Augmented Reality that could be used...

Rice advice for Derby pupils

Virtual field trip takes globe-trotting Derby Grammar school Year 3 pupils to Thailand and the...

Because I'€™m '€˜appy

Justin Smith, CEO and founder of the Educational App Store, selects the top five educational a...

Vorderman videos have The Maths Factor

Brightcove is to re-launch The Maths Factor, a website that enables primary school-aged pupils...