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London IT company launches paid internships

The three-year scheme will equip apprentices with the necessary skills to become successful IT...

Pioneering Cyber Schools programme launched by DCMS

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport's new programme will be delivered by Futu...

Girls top 2017 TeenTech awards

Cancer detectors & floating cities among winning entries as girls top awards for 2nd year, des...

Maynard robotics team take home UK's only trophy

Maynard robotics team's 'can do' attitude won them the UK's only trophy at the FIRST LEGO Leag...

BJSS and Turinglab launch summer coding classes

The weekend classes are for school children from low income families and are aimed at advancin...

Introducing touch typing in the classroom

Does your school teach touch typing? Leah Hamblett, Deputy Head at Brighton College, explains ...

Canvas calls for more cohesive ed tech strategy from Gov't

VLE provider launches series of consultations to fuel instructive white paper, invites partici...

Teachers and dads play key roles in preventing cyberbullying

University of Hertfordshire reports find link between supportive school environments and lower...

IT harmonisation - what does it mean for a MAT?

Steve Smith, Education Director at Capita Managed IT Solutions, looks at how harmonisation app...

How technology will shape the future of education

Technology has previously been seen as a disruptive influence in the classroom, but this perce...

Girls & STEM: How apps can narrow the gender gap

Raul Gutierrez, founder of children's app creator Tinybop, discusses the importance of inclusi...

Why connectivity is key for education and the economy

Lee Wade, CEO at Exponential-e, explains why schools should future-proof their network infrast...

The rise of robots

Lord Wandsworth College co-hosted a conference looking at how to prepare pupils for the future...

RM gives schools a 'Golden' opportunity

What could your school do with an extra £1,000?

Larger class sizes increase opportunities

Forget what you've heard, larger class sizes increase opportunities says Richard Grazier, VP ...

Meet the female engineers of the future

adi Group CEO Alan Lusty explains how its pre-apprenticeship scheme is helping to fix the gend...

STEM learning: A spark of inspiration

Chris Calver, Education Manager at Rapid Electronics, looks at why teachers need to inspire an...

Technology and the international learning experience

How tech can help bridge the gaps between language and culture in international classrooms

ManageBac and AssessPrep revolutionise on-screen exam prep

Faria Education Group team up with AssessPrep to help students prepare for the IB

Bringing social media into the classroom

Elliot Gowans, VP at D2L, talks about the pros of incorporating social media into the learning...

Why academies are choosing a new approach for global success

Ahead of the election, Sam Blyth, Director of Schools and Further Education at Canvas, discuss...

The evolution of classroom tech 

From the humble chalkboard to VR: Classroom tech has evolved at an incredible rate over the la...

The Falcons School for Boys pupils design virtual characters

Pupils visited gaming company Bandai Namco to learn more about the entertainment industry

Keeping up with edtech

Fear is holding schools from embracing edtech, says University of West Scotland's Tony Gurney

If kids were scientists...

Lasers, flying cars and a cure for hunger: new animation reveals what children would invent if...

Manufacturing motivation in schools

Engineering company Renishaw joins forces with Radyr Comprehensive School to allow its student...

Prioritising enrichment over cutting-edge

Keeping up with edtech doesn't mean having to have the latest product, says Matt Wingfield fro...

IT is the way forward

It's vital to have your IT network operating flawlessly, says IT monitoring specialist Dirk Pa...

Tips for managing android devices in the classroom

Many children in your school likely own an Android phone or tablet, which is why managing thes...

Taking 360-degree learning to a whole new dimension

Edtech is an opportunity to empower teaching staff, not replace them, says Lee Sharma, founder...

Protecting staff: Schools need to do more

With reports of violence in schools increasing, Klaus Allion, MD at ANT Telecom, examines how ...

British parents steering daughters away from jobs in tech

On International Girls in ICT Day, Nominet research uncovers parental gender bias for children...

What you need to know about flipped classrooms

Today's classrooms require a much more fluid learning model that builds an experience around t...

Can technology enhance literacy?

Kenny Bartonshaw at Kingsland C.E Academy explains how he uses 'A Tale Unfolds' to enhance dig...

Why we need to embrace Edtech in our classrooms

Lynne Warham looks at the constraints and risks around Edtech, and explains why it's still wor...

Could this be edtech's ignition moment? 

The patient and creative policy work of EdtechUK could soon be bearing fruit, writes EdtechUK'...

Independent schools: It's time to embrace 3D printing

3D printing helps acquire new skills and support STEM education with students' motivation and ...

Why edtech needs to be part of our CPD

Graham Lowe, Deputy Head at Birmingham City University, looks at what teachers are looking for...

Integrating the traditional with the technological

Gary Bryant from ITSI, looks at how education is being revolutionised by the integration of th...

Well connected

Sophie Beyer speaks to Bryanston School pupils and staff to see how the best connectivity can ...