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2014: a success for edtech?

Rebecca Paddick asks some of the sector's experts what they thought of the tech developments i...

Correcting inspecting

Ofsted needs to change its approach to school inspections - and technology could provide the a...

School opens doors to tech

Resident 'Dartmoor ponies' and new technology will boost learning opportunities for pupils at ...

Digital divide in UK schools

Digital divide emerges as new research from BESA finds '˜poor'™ pupil access to computers in h...

Hard truth to swallow

Jon Valentine, CEO of Impero Software, explains why tablet computers could be harming kids' em...

Cramlington school goes mobile

Cramlington strives to enable students to take full advantage of the added educational benefit...

Sun book boost for literacy levels

The Sun has teamed up with some of the country's most popular children's authors to encourage ...

Tech hub for struggling teachers

Teachers struggling with changes to the way Computing is taught in schools can get advice from...

Could you be a Digital Leader?

Digital leaders at your school: empowering pupils and promoting potential. Poppy Gibson explai...

Risking digital divide

Three-quarters of teachers use technology in most lessons but only 15% are 'totally computer s...

BBC launch coding guides

The BBC unveil a range of content across Bitesize, CBBC and CBeebies to encourage children to ...

Parents unaware of coding changes

Two thirds of parents with primary school children are unaware of the new computing curriculum...

Mobile mania

Rebecca Paddick asks some of the sector's experts: will mobile technology transform education ...

Make your investment worthwhile

Nik Tuson, Managing Director at LearnPad, shares his advice for successful investment and a se...

PA launch Raspberry Pi comp

PA Consulting Group has launched its third annual programming challenge for pupils and student...

Sept edition of IET is out now!

The September issue of Independent Education Today magazine is now available to download from ...

Smartphones top back-to-school gadgets

Smartphones top the list of back to school gadgets, as children as young as six will be headin...

Free mentoring for young coders

Young coders urged to sign up to free mentoring Hyperlocal programme after Festival of Code su...

Cracking the Computing curriculum

Nuno Guarda tells us five things all education establishments need to know about the new Natio...

As easy as VLE

We ask some of the sector's leading providers how virtual learning environments (VLEs) are ope...

Newspaper launches Code Camp

The Sun newspaper and Google join forces to teach kids how to programme computers ahead of the...

Planet of the apps

With such a wide selection of educational apps on offer, how can teachers make the right decis...

Is tech making teaching less personal?

Julia McCann from Victoria Junior School in Feltham, discusses whether technology is a more of...

OCR adapt school Computing MOOC

New partnership between UK exam board OCR and adaptive learning platform CogBooks to personali...

FOTE14

Frank Steiner, Marketing Manager, ULCC, tells us more about this year’s Future of Technology...

School blends history and hi-tech

A Staffordshire primary school has made use of the latest classroom technology to celebrate it...

Kids suffer 'digital hangovers'™

70% of children feel their parents are glued to their mobile phones, whilst 60% of parents bel...

Curriculum countdown

According to new research more than 130,000 primary school teachers don’t feel confident eno...

BT helps teachers with edtech

Primary school teachers across England are being invited to a series of computing workshops ru...

UK kids have mobiles by 10

BullGuard releases results from a survey of 2,000 parents that provides a snapshot of children...

RM looks at impact of eBooks

The National Literacy Trust and RM Books embark on a joint study to explore eBooks'€™ impact o...

Schools secure energy makeover

Pupils win British Gas Generation Green Energy Performance, judged by Diversity dance stars Pe...

Schools positive about curriculum change

Caroline Wright, Director of British Educational Suppliers Association, (BESA) discusses the l...

Digital Summer Trip returns to London

National education and technology festival returns to London's Tech City to encourage students...

The future at our fingertips

A plethora of innovative systems are available which can help manage physical and virtual stud...

A new way of learning

Sean Gardner, Founder of social education company Tute, takes a closer look at the growth of '...

Shaun the Sheep gets kids coding

Wallace and Gromit creators, Aardman Animations, are encouraging children to get into coding w...

Thinking out cloud

Developing cloud technology brings significant benefits for both students and their educationa...

Tute expands to GCSE and A-Level

Social education platform Tute has announced that it is broadening its subject range to includ...

MP visit for Bath Spa's Artswork Media

Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls MP visits Bath Spa University's Artswork Media as part of a day lon...