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Why your child's future is in 3D printing

Daemon 3D's Maddy Stokes explores how the technology is changing learning

Me, myself and AI: are robot teachers in our future?

Charley Rogers finds that artificial intelligence is well and truly here to stay

How You Can Simplify your School IT Infrastructure

Peter Millar of Promethean provides tips on creating an efficient IT Infrastructure

PlayStation®First takes Sunderland students to next level

The college has linked up with one of the world's most high-profile gaming brands to help deve...

UK economy and productivity threatened by lack of engineers

Engineering skills crisis will deepen without a fundamental change in the way we educate child...

CATs system 'could be limiting children's progress'

Almost 4 out of 5 secondary school teachers say CATs could be preventing pupils from achieving...

Cyber Discovery seeks next generation of security talent

The launch of the new UK Government programme sees young people invited to test their skills i...

Learning about learning via virtual students

Charles Wiles, CEO and Founder of Zzish talks AI and how a 'virtual student' can help modify t...

Tech for learning gets results

Chris Lickfold, Director of Learning for Tring School, reflects on the positive impact of tech...

Liverpool Girl Geeks launch national tech equality programme

InnovateHer is dedicated to encouraging girls ages 11-17 to pursue a career in technology

STEM day hosted by PPMA BEST to encourage next gen engineers

The charity is working with the Museum of Science and Industry, inviting Manchester schools to...

Over half of 18-24 year olds wish they had learned coding

70% of recent school leavers aged 18 to 24 say they wish they had been taught coding while the...

Huawei Launches Authorised Information Network Academy

The programme at Barking and Dagenham College aims to cultivate ICT talent and help students b...

The time is now for edtech in the classroom

How can the schools of 2017/18 be using technology to help improve teaching and learning?

Brentwood School sets sights on Queen of Bots

The only UK all-girl student robotics team has been invited to compete in Chinese tv show, Kin...

The role of the teacher in shaping the future of the world

While women account for just 9% of engineering and technology employees, teachers are ideally ...

Welsh learning technology company launches iBroadcast

Aspire 2Be's schools project aims to give pupils an insight into the world of broadcasting and...

HMC survey reveals pupils are rebelling against social media

HMC and Digital Awareness UK survey highlights that 63% of young people wouldn't mind if soci...

IoT challenge at Ada College supported by Deloitte

Sixth-form students were faced with real-world problems as part of the three-day challenge to ...

How to bridge the gap between business and FE education

Robert Dagge, Managing Director at Dynistics, talks big data and how information management ca...

Report outlines 10 steps to improve practical science education

The Gatsby Charitable Foundation's 'Good Practical Science' studied more than 400 English seco...

UK-wide schools genomics project launched

The pioneering project, run by IRIS and the Wellcome Genome Campus, engages A Level students i...

Using technology to achieve multi-departmental collaboration

Kristen Eddery of Daemon 3D Print explores the applications of the technology across STEM and ...

STEM Learning introduces new online platform

The STEM Directory has been created by the Royal Institution

Girl power: closing the gender gap in the classroom

The free online course is a collaboration between FutureLearn and the Girls Day School Trust, ...

Girls get into STEM engineering at Renishaw

Renishaw hosted a series of engineering days for girls in June, hoping to encourage the female...

Tech as a social equalizer

Bridging the gap between disadvantaged and advantaged pupils can be achieved through digital t...

Mixing it up: print vs digital

Gary Bryant, UK Manager for ITSI, discusses combined education, with the mix of tradition, tec...

The Alu D&T Challenge is back!

The design and technology challenge is calling on all future designers and engineers ages 11-1...

Social media disrupts 11 days' teaching time a year

Secondary teachers lose 11 days of teaching a year because of pupils accessing social media on...

Rooting for a STEM career extends beyond the classroom

Perfect A-Level results don't guarantee a successful career... and less-than-perfect results d...

Free online tutoring for disadvantaged students

The Click Connect Learn fund will finance projects to address inequality in access to educatio...

How to engage your students through mobile apps

Paul Swaddle, Co-founder and Chairman of Pocket App, talks immersion in the digital age, and h...

Future tense: where's literacy heading next?

Mark McCusker, CEO of TextHelp, talks the meaning of literacy, and what the implications of t...

Educators must do their homework to keep up with innovation

Schools are under pressure to continuously innovate to keep up with increasing student demand ...

Digital Schools Awards to build Scotland's digital skills

HP, Microsoft, and Intel have teamed up with Education Scotland to advance digital skills and ...

Apple in the classroom: where are we now?

Dave Saltmarsh, Global Education Evangelist at Jamf, thinks that tech giant Apple have the lea...

Languages at risk: tech can help

Research shows that many schools are withdrawing A-level languages, but Panos Kraniotis says t...

Management Information Systems and school development

Caroline Fisher, Product Manager at RM Education, looks at how an effective MIS and proper use...

The new school approach: The impact of edtech on the network

Times are changing for the education sector... and we need to make sure our networks can handl...