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Why innovation is a growth mindset

In the latest EdTech Podcast, Sophie Bailey talks to Kirsty Tonks, Principal Designate at Shir...

EdTech Podcast #23 - flipped learning and a new tech school

This week's podcast follows Sophie Bailey's visit to Shireland Collegiate Academy in the UK

Virtual reality for education: accessible for all

The Edtech Podcast looks at virtual reality and its uses for education

Is a reboot of blended learning required?

David Bainbridge discusses the need for evolution in blended learning

Female students double for GCSE Computing

The number of girls studying computing at GCSE level have more than doubled since last year

Students given a taste of engineering in Gloucestershire

Global engineering company Renishaw gave students the chance to work for them for a week in Ju...

Collaborate and listen

Put down the whiteboard markers and flip the classroom - today's pupils want to break away fro...

Coming soon to the big screen

Nicola Yeeles examines imaginative touchscreen teaching from across the education sector

Keeping Britain's future leaders interactive

Technology is a tool which should be used with set objectives in mind and not replace good old...

How the study of emojis lead to a place at Oxford

One A-level student's Extended Project Qualification gained her an A*, cementing her place on ...

Are you a leader?

Leaders have to have a strong moral purpose and clear set of cultural expectations before anyt...

Overcoming the teacher shortage with tech

By Tony Brookes, Sales Director, Vacancy Filler Recruitment Software

Time for classrooms to get real

Embracing virtual and augmented reality in teaching

STEMing the skills gap, AR in the classroom

Augmented Reality's ability to deliver contextual and visual learning supports a wider set of ...

What is your child doing online this summer?

Kaspersky Lab urges parents to discuss cyber-activity with their teen before it becomes potent...

'Making lab' opens up new possibilities at FHS

Bristol academy wins £35k grant for lab where students can create 'almost anything'

Parents say social media 'bad for children's morals'

New poll from University of Birmingham shows over half of UK parents think social media sites ...

BYOD, Is it right for your school?

The benefits, challenges and key considerations for schools looking to save time and money

The rise of custom tailored learning

As the rest of the world evolves, so too must the education system, says John Bailey, Director...

Attracting tomorrow's engineers

Doug Anderson discusses the importance of attracting future engineers and offers a few top tip...

Computing At School opens 200th hub

Computing At School (CAS) celebrates the launch of its 200th CAS hub at Norlington School

Rocket car comp boosts STEM skills

National Final of the BBC micro:bit Model Rocket Car Competition, held in Northampton, engages...

Easing ICT spend for the future

Building a long-term partnership with the right supplier will encourage ICT managers to shop s...

London academy presents pioneering digital work

SEN students at Orchard Hill College display work at drop in event in Virgin Money Lounge

Homework help 

How can you ensure students are being fully supported when it comes to homework and revision T...

School careers initiative aims to plug digital skills gap

A new school careers scheme is addressing shortage of up-to-date information on how school lea...

London UTC gets classroom robot

Pepper the humanoid robot to be used in UK classrooms for the first time

Is it time to switch to Snapchat?

From 'sexting app' to marketing giant... Hannah Vickers finds out how Snapchat became your uni...

Over a third of girls witness gender discrimination

New report from Young Enterprise examines the growing gender divide in secondary education

Bringing the Internet of Things to bear in education

By Kenny Nicholl, director of higher education, Canvas

Tech turnaround

CASE STUDY: The Manor Academy, Nottinghamshire installs a new MIS to monitor performance data

To BYOD or not to BYOD...

Jessica Figueras, Chief Analyst at Kable, poses the question about own devices in schools and ...

Countdown to Chaos with Tech Partnership

Tech Partnership launches Countdown to Chaos to galvanise young people about cyber security ca...

Brave new world

From BYOD to fully immersive classrooms, Steve Wright rounds up key technologies boosting lear...

Fuelling ambitions

Tim Weston says Oakham School is inspiring the world's future designers - one trip at a time

A different kind of science

Kirsty Burridge discusses how Truro successfully introduced Computer Science at GCSE

The growing power of apprenticeships

A sixth form student from St Helen and St Katharine has won a place on a prestigious Google ap...

BLOODHOUND launches biggest STEM competition in history

10,000 teams across the UK to compete in the BBC micro:bit Model Rocket Car Competition

Is careers technology keeping up with young people?

There are many careers that people do not know even exist, so how would they know how to searc...

Code Club launches teacher recruitment drive

Teacher volunteer recruitment campaign aims to increase the number of teachers involved with l...