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Can classroom tech address the STEM shortage?

Through collaboration and inspiration, it can, says Pat Finlayson, Senior Project Manager, Edu...

Focus on 15-25-yr-olds needed to encourage female engineers

Research from IMechE suggests that women who study engineering tend to make their career decis...

Visual methods of learning in the digital age

By Matt Pierce, Learning & Video Ambassador, TechSmith

Preparing the younger generation for the future workplace

"The world belongs to digital natives," says Ash Merchant, Education Director at Fuj...

Social media mental health epidemic

Adele Bannister, Online Safety Expert at Smoothwall, discusses how government, tech companies ...

Derby student creates diabetic pump with 3D printing

Robbie Cooper used 3D printing and laser cutting technology to design and build an insulin pum...

Will edtech benefit from Hinds' bite?

Damian Hinds' call to industry for an education tech revolution is fantastic news - but school...

Time to refresh: Telford College

Concluding our series on how digital tools can refresh your institution's brand, some wise wor...

Time to refresh: Clifton College

Clifton College's digital marketing ace, Shannon Rodrigues, is third in our series on how digi...

Encourage, inspire, ENTHUSE

Charley Rogers meets The Baroness Brown of Cambridge, Julia King, to talk about this year's EN...

Time to refresh: Solent Uni

Our second expert in a series on how digital tools can refresh your institution's brand is Leo...

Time to refresh: digital marketing for education

Elizabeth Moore, Digital Account Manager at PLMR Ltd, is our first expert in a short series on...

CPDUK: The Future of Learning

Sponsored: The right training can help improve a person's employability, as well as increase p...

Girls underestimate their STEM potential, study finds

One in 10 girls think that careers in STEM are better suited to boys

Better standard of living associated with STEM careers

Research from the IET shows that those who pursue a STEM course or careers are more likely to ...

Technology industry leader awarded honorary doctorate

Gillian Docherty, a female leader in tech, has been recognised with an honorary degree from RG...

Training days: the cloud and CPD

Editor Charley Rogers asks a range of experts about how cloud computing can be demystified for...

Life after university: what should students do next?

Sponsored: Utilising technology and other tips to help your students adjust to life post unive...

Apprenticeships underestimated by students

Less than 10% of young people believe employers value apprenticeships, Climb Academy research ...

Driving digital strategy - where do we go from here?

Rachel Matthews, Director of International Communications at Canvas, discusses how the Govt an...

Come together, with London CLC

Sarah Horrocks, Director of London CLC, talks about working in community tech education, and t...

Why student mental health relies on more than social media

Heledd Davies, Clinical Services Manager, Big White Wall, discusses how the internet can be us...

Turning the gender gap into a picture of health

Researchers from Michigan University have found that replacing men with women in course materi...

Women in engineering: Jess Henson

We hear from Jess, a Development Engineer at Renishaw, about her journey into engineering, and...

A call to arts: Julian Hall

The founder of Ultra Education is the sixth and final expert in our series exploring how best ...

5 ways to support SEN pupils with edtech

Sponsored: Rory Dixon, Year 3 Teacher at All Saints HwB Primary School, discusses the benefits...

Making a world of difference to one-to-one learning

Teresa Song has brought the personal touch to education across the globe, and insists 'with th...

Letitia Wright meets the girls inspiring the stem movement

A tech superhero, a prodigy and four Shell Eco-marathon students are joining forces to inspire...

A call to arts: James Massey

The Head of Professional Development at Discovery Education UK is the fourth expert in our ser...

A call to arts: Debbie Jedwab

The fifth expert in our series exploring how best to connect STEM and the arts is Senior Lectu...

Over 10% of girls think STEM careers are more suited to boys

 With just 26% of girls considering a career in STEM compared to 43% of boys, the IET has begu...

All aboard with STEAM Co.

We speak to STEAM Co. co-founder Nick Corston about how he started the social enterprise, and ...

A call to arts: David Allen

Uni of Hertfordshire's BEd progamme leader is the third in our series of experts exploring how...

A call to arts: Graeme Coleman

The man from SLS Select Education is the second interviewee in our series exploring how to emp...

Programming Pixar, with Loren Carpenter

The Pixar co-founder and programmer talks about his recent work with Immersive VR Education's ...

Gresham College appoints Richard Harvey as IT Professor

Harvey has been appointed by the college as IT Livery Company Professor of Information Technol...

A call to arts: Joslyn Adcock

LEGO Education's Senior Marketing Manager opens a series asking what are schools and unis doin...

Magician calls for schools to go hack to the future

Editor Charley Rogers meets magician Tom London, who has made his name using hacking in his ma...

Computer science students win £30,000 of investment

The students have secured the investment in a Dragons' Den-style competition, presenting their...

Leading UK educator hails YouTeachMe

Ty Goddard praised the lesson-sharing platform after seeing it in operation at the Royal Schoo...