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F1 in Schools launch STEM video tutorials

F1 in Schools Learning Channel targets responsive learning with bespoke video tutorials platfo...

Scissor Sisters' Ana Matronic to front BBC Live Lesson

Scissor Sisters frontwoman Ana Matronic is set to host interactive BBC micro:bit session

Can you spot a teenage hacker?

Kaspersky Lab urges parents to question their teen's online habits

Brainstorm Multimedia launch Smart Set at BETT 2016

Brainstorm's experience at BETT 2016 was overwhelmingly positive as the company took its first...

Research emphasizes impact of extra-curricular STEM

STEM project work leads to positive effect on students' GCSE grades and future choices, says B...

Coding on the go with micro:bit

At this year's Bett, Samsung and the BBC had hands-on samples of the soon-to-be-launched micro...

A tech boost in the natural world

Plymouth partnership uses tech to enhance children's understanding of the natural world

First robotics curriculum launched

Robotics curriculum launched at Bett Show to inspire future engineers

Millfield recognised as Apple Distinguished School

Top mobile learning at Millfield School leads to Apple accolade

Bots, beer and biofuel

Robot expert visits Farlington School for talk on robots' role in science

AR in the Classroom: Turning concepts into reality

AR is not just a different vessel for delivering lessons but has the potential to transform th...

BTE Academy students harness the power of robots

Students at Bristol Technology and Engineering Academy build and operate their own mini robots...

Pupils challenged to invent wearable tech of the future

Leeds Beckett launch wearables challenge to inspire next generation of entrepreneurs

What is D&T, and why do we need it?

D&T Association video demonstrates the importance of D&T in a balanced curriculum

And the winner is?

Tiny Green PC touchscreen competition winner announced

Sunderland's Santa computer game takes Xmas to next level

A computer game designed by Sunderland College students is sure to have even Santa Claus himse...

The future of the VLE in academies

Craig Ring says a new virtual learning environment has benefited teachers and students

Students develop life-saving first aid app

Ormiston Sudbury Academy students invent 'First Aid Buddy' app

Code breaking whizz kids from Haileybury

UK's top teenage code breakers have battled it out in the 2015 Cyber City games

Olympic Park transformed into one-day-only tech hub

TeenTech City saw the innovators of tomorrow take part in experiments held by some of the UK's...

If you can imagine it, you can make it

When it comes to 3D printing in education, the possibilities are practically endless, says Mar...

Cyber champions

Oundle and Oakham schools are celebrating recognition for their digital achievements

Pupils show app-titude to help the homeless

Three Rendcomb College students invent app to help aid organisations track homeless and vulner...

Up to speed

School invests £200,000 in its IT systems over the next three years giving staff and students ...

Award winning educational film available free to all schools

A free interactive film is now available to all schools to use to support multiple topics with...

Teaching schools to put their heads in the cloud

Daniel Liptrott, managing director of NCC Group's escrow division, tells us about the latest c...

The right kit for tomorrow's classrooms

Investing in tech today might mean it's obsolete by next year, but entry-level AV equipment's ...

Go configure

Ben Toettcher explains why a roundtable set-up in a classroom is an important configuration fo...

Apps for Good launch TechFuture Women's Network

Women working in technology are now being offered an opportunity to inspire a new generation, ...

Gaming linked to poor exam results

Frequently playing video games can undermine a child's performance in their GCSEs, new researc...

Digital Day 2015 - take the challenge

The British Interactive Media Association (BIMA) announces three nationwide challenges for stu...

Fujitsu launches Innovation Hub in Scotland

Tech giant launches its 7th Innovation Hub, as Borders College becomes the latest member of th...

Stratasys brings 3D printing into the classroom

Watford Grammar School for Girls receives Stratasys uPrint SE 3D Printer for the day after win...

InterHigh, the online teaching and learning experience

InterHigh Education now offers a complete online secondary school curriculum to students in th...

10KinTech initiative reaches 7,500 pledges in four months

QA Apprenticeships' #10KinTech initiative has surpassed the 7,500 mark

Edtech isn't a problem, if it's being used properly

Joe Mathewson, co-founder of interactive learning platform Firefly, gives his take on the rece...

Girls think STEM subjects are 'too hard'

Accenture finds more than half of 12 year-old girls in the UK and Ireland believe STEM subject...

Breaking stereotypes: girls in tech

David Talbert, head of ICT and computing at Highgate Wood School, explains how to inspire more...

From Ardingly to Australia

Pupils get set to race their solar car 3,000km across Australia after a three-year build

Taking to the cloud

Paul Begbie, South Lee School's director of studies, offers advice for driving technology inno...