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Improving work-based assessment and feedback to students

This week's EdTech Podcast

Sophie Bailey interviews digital literacy 'iChamps' Courtney Rowan and Clarissa Chay

Massive possibilities

They've been around for nearly a decade, but are Massive Open Online Courses still relevant? H...

Making ICT scalable and sustainable in multi-academy trusts

Mark Maybury at RM Education explores ways multi-academy trusts can maintain a cost-effective ...

Education through IoT

Fujitsu launches Operation Innovation Competition

Study and music; a promising combination

George Hammond-Hagan, founder of Studytracks, explains how edtech is improving the study metho...

Making the move to digital

Allie Palmer from MINTclass looks at why it's important for teachers to move to digital planni...

Google Expeditions comes to the UK

Google brings its Expeditions Pioneer Programme to more schools across the UK

UK edtech heads to China

UK education technology companies head out to China on first ministerial trade mission post-Br...

EdTech Podcast gets into games-based learning

Sophie Bailey interviews Lauri Jarvilehto, CEO, Lightneer, on learning games, Angry Birds, and...

New statutory guidance for school web filters

By Jo Jerome, Schools Broadband

Language learning technology comes of age

Globalisation has made multi-lingual skills an attractive quality, says Panos Kraniotis

Coding school looks to close digital skills gap

Codez Academy introduces a new scheme to help reduce the barriers to entry for those intereste...

Pearson Business School on hunt for edtech start-up

Applications open to become Pearson Business School's first edtech incubator company

Applications now open for STEM Bursary Fund

Dorset-based manufacturer offers bursary funds to support disadvantaged youngsters on STEM cou...

City Business Library launches e-learning platform

London's famous City Business Library is helping professionals across the Capital improve care...

Getting connected

How the education sector must prepare for the most connected academic year on record

Does your IT 'just' work?

IT support from RM helps great learning happen

Driving digital

Epson's Neil Colquhoun lists five ways to ensure technology is driving collaboration and innov...

Augmented Reality: GO

As the world is swept by Pokémon fever, Alice Savage investigates how AR tech can be used to ...

Calculating risk

IT managers should take time to build up a 'Risk Register' for the use of IT facilities and eq...

More opportunities for teacher training needed

By Phillip Snalune, Codio, CEO

The computing curriculum - two years on

ROUNDTABLE: Has the computing curriculum proven successful, and what can we do to ensure progr...

Skills gap delaying new tech

IT decision makers suggest skills shortage is delaying the adoption of new tech trends

Unlocking the digital classroom

Despite the rapid rate of growth and investment in edtech, doubt still lingers around the digi...

How can Higher Ed choose the right online learning platform?

Leading industry analyst, Ovum, releases report comparing all of today's top VLE vendors to th...

Is the education sector adequately meeting disability needs?

How can schools ensure they are not disadvantaging disabled children? The first area to addres...

Classroom experience remains key

When it comes to edtech, too many schools have fallen victim to rushing in, spending money and...

Generation Direct

What has the impact been on the generation of young people that grew up surrounded by social m...

IT(s) time for apprentice talent

Calibre Secured Networks sees bringing in the right people with the right skill sets as paramo...

How technology liberates learners

With regards to education, it seems old habits die hard, says Ralph La Fontaine

Can your school keep up with edtech?

Bill Champness, Managing Director at Hardware Associates asks, can schools keep pace with the ...

Fujitsu Innovation Hub opens at TNMOC

The National Museum of Computing hosts Fujitsu Innovation Hub, with the latest in classroom te...


Improving classroom outputs for children by helping teachers self-coach and improve lesson del...

Teachers offered online help to demystify computing theory

Teachers can brush up their computing knowledge with a series of new elearning courses

Future classroom will be virtual and taught by robots

A new Jisc survey reveals surprising predictions for the classroom of the future

Digital technology in publishing: pitfalls and promise

By David Salariya, Founder and Managing Director of The Salariya Book Company

Do women make better coders?

Naomi Webb asks, are the fairer sex key employees at the likes of Google, Amazon or 100TB or i...

Bionic arms and more from UWE

Open Bionics to bring 'Deus Ex' inspired augmentations to life

How to make schools mobile ready

Lessons from the classroom by Rupert Mills, Managing Director of Krome