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Schoolchildren getting out-of-date education

More than half of UK schoolchildren are experiencing a low-tech education similar to that of t...

Bullying, from the schoolyard to the smartphone

One in five teens have been subject to cyberbullying, according to new research

New Raspberry Pi project to build students' computer skills

Oracle Academy and Raspberry Pi Foundation launch global computing and science project, Weathe...

1:1 tablets schemes, the way of the future?

Rebecca Paddick asks some of the sector's experts, how can schools implement 1:1 tablet schem...

Quick fix

Students gain Toshiba qualification to carry out UTC laptop repairs

National Revision Week launched

In the run-up to exams, fewer than 70 percent of students feel less than supported by their sc...

Ancient and modern

One of the UK's oldest independent schools has hosted a conference on the use of digital techn...

We're in the hands of Generation Tech

The age-old excuse of 'the dog ate my homework' has been replaced by 'my computer crashed', sa...

Social media - friend or foe?

Let's not underestimate the importance children place on instant messages, profile updates and...

Westminster promotes science to youngsters

The University of Westminster gears up to host the Schools Science Conference in collaboration...

Global gaming

Despite there being around 200 million gamers in China, 'gamification' has not yet made it int...

Engineering the future

Parents may be restricting their daughters' futures because of outdated stereotypes about care...

Transforming teaching

Teachers have embraced the transformative power of the iPads in the classroom and are designin...

Each to their own

Students can set their own personalised learning targets with a tablet, says Helen Bradford-Ke...

Recognising merit

Taking an innovative approach to rewards systems and school reports can help motivate children...

Dispelling the 'Google Generation' myth

TeenTech launch 11-16 Research and Information Literacy Award, to prove young people can be tr...

Lego offers students building blocks for future

Lego recently visited a Liverpool school to inspire students with a day of discovery and hands...

More teachers abused on social media

Huge rise in the number of teachers being targeted for abuse via social media in the last year...

Human Library event at Plymouth University

Students and staff at Plymouth University have taken a leaf out of their textbooks by creating...

Move over Millennials

Nationwide survey of 13-17-year-olds reveals digital skills and aspirations of UK teens create...

University of Birmingham School boosts IT offering

The University of Birmingham School has awarded its ICT contract to Computer Systems in Educat...

Research identifies D&T shortfall

Design and technology are not a priority for many secondary schools despite increasing student...

Why is 1:1 not personal enough?

Limiting devices by locking them down and keeping ownership of them is old thinking, and the 2...

Are we giving students the right skills for the future?

Professor Sa'ad Medhat, CEO at The Innovation Institute (NEF), explores the issues

School shares virtual knowledge

New developments in e-learning were on the agenda at a conference for teachers hosted by Bolto...

3D digital libraries put to the test

St Swithun's School has been exploring an innovative use of digital resources to enhance the l...

Wifi upgrade for Berkshire school

Nineteenth-century Bradfield College is deploying the latest in twenty-first-century wireless ...

Join the online National Academic Challenge

The National Academic Challenge (NAC) is an online competition challenging participants to do ...

Mobile takes on a new meaning in physical education

By Ryan Eash, Education Evangelist at Techsmith

At what cost?

Rebecca Paddick asks the roundtable, how can the education sector invest in the best technolog...

Inspiring digital leaders

Girls' Day School Trust and Discovery Education inspire future digital leaders at South Hampst...

WATCH: The best ways to teach coding

Codio launches 'Ask the Experts' video series on the best ways of teaching computer science an...

Seeing is believing in learning

Giving teachers the tools to address 21st century challenges is crucial but it's not that simp...

Digital youth of the future

Education Technology spoke to Virgin Media at the recent BETT show to find out more about its ...

Great Torrington School goes for Gigabit Wi-Fi

An academy-status school has deployed superfast 802.11ac Wi-Fi from Meru Networks

Parents ask for online access

Parents of secondary school pupils want online access to their child's curriculum so they can ...

Be prepared for failure

Dr Nick Dennis, deputy head at Berkhamsted Boys School, thinks it's important to plan for fail...

The more things change

Elaine Manton, stem co-ordinator at Loreto Grammar School, discusses the importance of keeping...

Fujitsu launches Ambassador Programme

New initiative aims to break down barriers to the use of technology in education and kicks off...

Academy students visit top data centre

MigSolv, a specialist data centre consultancy, recently welcomed a class of A-level computing ...