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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...

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...

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...

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...

Provost of NMiTE gives evidence to Skills Commission

The underrepresentation of women in engineering is often down to the misconception of what the...

Bursary winner to launch mental health app for students

Juanita Agboola has won £20,000 of the £30,000 Make it Possible Bursary from Huawei to turn he...

Girls with a role model more likely to consider STEM careers

The finding follows Microsoft's documenting the views of 11,500 young women in 12 countries ac...

The major mess-ups that made my edtech business thrive

By Aldo de Pape, CEO and Founder of TeachPitch, in association with the WISE Accelerator

The gender gap in IT - why it's not an issue

Barbara Bellis, Head of Business Systems at Nominet, discusses her successful IT career and ho...

Dinosaurs in the Wild: find awesome beasts in London

We spoke to Tim Haines, Creative Director of Dinosaurs in the Wild, about bringing the Cretace...

Jacqueline de Rojas to co-chair new Institute of Coding

The tech pioneer has been appointed as the industry co-chair of the Governance Board for the n...

Education and eye health: too important to overlook

SPONSORED: The health issues resulting from vision problems, and the effects on the education ...

How smart technology is changing travel for schools in 2018

Sponsored: Developments in technology are changing the way schools travel

Ask the expert: smartly investing in education technology

Concluding our short series of weekly chats about all things edtech in 2018. Thirdly and final...

Personalised Learning 2018

Sponsored: Conor Flynn, COO of Adaptemy, lists the biggest trends driving personalised learnin...

Ask the expert: smartly investing in education technology

Second in a short series of weekly chats about all things edtech in 2018. Please meet Matthew ...

How to integrate blended learning with your VLE

Sponsored: Elliot Gowans, VP EMEA at D2L, outlines how to get the most out of your virtual lea...

Ask the expert: smartly investing in education technology

Welcome to a short series of weekly chats about all things edtech in 2018. First up, we welcom...

Benefits of social media for young people in care 

Young people in care benefit from the psychological, emotional and social support gained via s...

IRIS helps increase girls taking engineering degrees by 200%

New research from IRIS shows that the number of girls accepting places for engineering degrees...

Pedagogical innovation : why edtech is more than gadgets

Eric Sheninger, award-winning former teacher and thought leader on digital leadership and why ...

5 Writing Tips to Boost Essay Grades

Essays are a vital part of the academic life of students

Apprenticeships need the right learning tools to succeed

Sponsored: Apprenticeships have an important role to play in training and upskilling people fo...

Review roundtable: Ty Goddard

Charley Rogers speaks to the CEO of EdTech UK about how 2017 has changed the edtech landscape,...

Review roundtable: James Silcock

Charley Rogers speaks to CoSector UOL's Commercial Director about how 2017 has changed the edt...