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Careers advice forum for school kids

Careers guidance charity Adviza teams up with Success at School to launch an online careers ad...

Classroom connectivity

Natalie Duffield, CEO of intechnologyWiFi, discusses how we can solve the connectivity problem...

Twitter makes teen girls happier

Twitter makes teenage girls happier than Facebook according to research conducted by the Unive...

OCR adapts computing MOOC

OCR is launching an enhanced version of the free Cambridge GCSE Computing MOOC for schools, us...

Teens use tech to excuse late homework

New research reveals how advancing technology is affecting homework habits in secondary school...

Online learning prepares kids for HE

Pre-university online learning experience positively influences higher education study skills,...

Classroom design aids student learning

A recent study shows that a student's learning experience can be affected by classroom design ...

Driving positive behaviour

John Roberts shares his views on how schools can drive positive behaviour in the classroom usi...

What's trending in edtech? Part 3

In the final instalment, Martin McKay discusses the flipped classroom and why the UK is plumme...

What'™s trending in edtech? Part 2

Martin McKay, CEO of Texthelp, looks at plummeting hardware costs and why UK schools will be s...

Duke of York backs edtech

Rebecca Paddick took a trip to Buckingham Palace for the TeenTech Awards ceremony, and also go...

What'™s trending in edtech?

Martin McKay discusses the top seven worldwide trends in edtech coming soon to a school, colle...

Rachel Riley backs STEM initiative

TV presenter Rachel Riley inspires kids' appetites for STEM subjects through app development c...

Bright spark grabs byte of the action

A budding software developer from Merseyside has impressed his teachers and classmates with a ...

Academy becomes digital leader

Birches Head Academy has been designated as a lead school by the Government-supported organisa...

Seeking best in design excellence

Design & Technology Association teams up with Brompton, SeymourPowell and other designers to l...

Finnish lessons

Despite advances in technology, inspirational teachers remain the key to providing a first-cla...

D&T – time to reverse the decline

This year saw 3% fewer students taking Design and Technology than 2013 – just the latest in ...

College rolls out self-assessment

Newcastle-under-Lyme College has gone live with an online solution to streamline the self-asse...

September edition of B4E is out now!

The September issue of Building 4 Education magazine is now available to download from our web...

Top school puts lessons on iTunes

Leading independent school is making dozens of its courses available free online, so lessons c...

The IT crowd

The Independent Schools'™ Bursars Association (ISBA) reveals the results of its first-ever ICT...

Glass Academy gets interactive

The Glass Academy goes back to school with the launch of new interactive educational resources...

Learning gap between schools and HE

Students do not feel prepared for the style of learning they will encounter at university, acc...

Digital skills for the next gen

Andrew Harrison from Oldham College, talks about the curriculum responding to the demands of t...

Computational thinking

Miles Berry, author of Switched on Computing from Rising Stars, shares some top tips on how to...

Getting hands on in IT

With technology advancing every day, the new curriculum is a vital move that will help prepare...

Win a Samsung Smart Watch

Download the Schneider Electric white paper #174 for a chance to win a Samsung Galaxy Gear Sma...

Pupils plug the creativity gap

Academics working to plug the gap in the UK's animation skills market are training a team of s...

ICT standards under spotlight

Standards of ICT as a subject are good or better in around half of Welsh secondary schools acc...

Raspberry Pi competition launched

Information security specialist supports new ICT syllabus with new competition aimed at second...

E-assessed qualifications in the future

Cambridge Assessment has signed a new five-year deal with education technology company, TAG As...

School kids worry about future choices

Secondary school students are not receiving the right support to make critical career decision...

FE needs help to embrace digital

Tutors need better support and more funding as they get to grips with educational technology, ...

Passing on the message

Badminton School is taking a pioneering approach to encouraging more girls to study science, s...

Left to their own devices

BYOD is yielding positive results in schools but, as Paul Dimery explains, there are a couple ...

Experts call for framework on tech

Samsung Electronics, European Electronique and The Education Foundation launch a new report th...

Top of the Apps

Apps for Good has announced finalists in the Apps for Good Awards 2014, to inspire students an...

Strategies to improve attendance

Louise Regan, Headteacher of Hillocks Primary School in Nottinghamshire talks about the strate...

On cloud nine

Online cloud-based shopping malls for schools could help educators save time and money when it...