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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 ...

Keeping up with edtech developments

Craig Ring, Head of Canvas and Pastoral Leader for Year 7 discusses how schools can implement ...

Benenden's 'Phone Fast' to become regular event

Pupils said they felt liberated by being separated from their phones and social media

Virtual reality: potential pitfalls and how to avoid them

Sarah Lima looks at how VR and augmented reality are impacting education

Overcoming the barriers to 3D printing in the classroom

3D printing can have a huge impact on education, if used wisely, says Kevin Samuel, Business D...

Virtual Worlds teach better lessons

The possibilities in a virtual world are limited by your imagination, says John Stokoe of Dass...

Information management: Are you investing where it counts?

Many schools aren't making the most of their management information system, says WCBS CCO, Ian...

How schools can future-proof their IT spend

Avoid the temptation to spend money replacing old computers, says Crucial's Senior Product Man...

How tech can help schools address funding constraints

Schools should open their facilities for hire by the community, says Chris Smith of Kajima Par...

Take the VEX IQ Challenge

Chris Calver explains why schools should take STEM to the next level by participating in a rob...

Prioritising enrichment over cutting-edge 

Schools need to prioritise the changes in technology that can help their existing teaching pra...

Future demand for social skills will be big, says new report

Report says kids must learn to think like a human in an increasingly digital world

Online tutoring: effective, convenient and fun  

Simply Learning Tuition founder Nathaniel McCullagh looks at the advantages of online tutoring...

2017 Spring Budget and Education

This Budget goes some way to helping more young people find a way into the labour market, but ...

IKB Academy visit world's leading physics laboratory

A-Level pupils from IKB Academy travelled to Switzerland to visit CERN

How can we continue to engage girls in STEM?

By Rose Russell, STEM Co-ordinator at Ursuline Academy and judge for BP Ultimate STEM Challeng...

Teachers and AI not mutually exclusive

ET talks to Matthew Glotzbach, CEO of Quizlet about the future of AI, machine learning and how...

FutureLearn and AACTE join forces on global project

AACTE will be FutureLearn's first member association partner in the US

Why aren't more girls in the UK studying STEM subjects?

Microsoft research pinpoints when and how to engage more young British women in science and te...

The next generation of technological talent

A pupil from Sevenoaks School has been awarded a Bronze Award by HRH The Duke of York, for the...

Executing a digital transformation in your school

Angelica Nierras, Managing Director of Faria Education Group, looks at the benefits and potent...

Back to reality

Gregg Davies, Headmaster of Shiplake College, explains the positive impact of a mobile phone b...

Digitech Studio School opening in Bristol

HRH The Princess Royal will officially open Digitech Studio School

Young job seekers to be trained by BBC through social media

Employability and confidence will be boosted by a new Virtual BBC Traineeship using a series o...

The Maynard scoops two prestigious UK awards

The all-girls' school is Edurank's best independent school for social media marketing

The value of technical education

Joanne Harper, Principal of UTC Reading talks about the importance of technical education for ...

Newly launched portals help procurement compliance

The Naace and Think IT frameworks are available free of charge to all schools

New research shows perception of STEM subjects is improving

55% of parents said they actively try to encourage their child to study STEM subjects at schoo...

3 edtech trends that will supercharge the sector in 2017

Angelica Nierras, Managing Director of Faria Education Group takes a look at some of the edtec...

Reaching the unreachable

EDLounge founder, Sam Warnes explains how virtual classrooms can enable schools to reach all t...

The changing face of AV developments in education

49% of educators believe the foreseeable future will bring significant changes to the way they...