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Education's IT Thing

Schools highlight urgent need for teacher CPD in EdTech in major BESA report

Lloyds to introduce coding to primary schools

Lloyd's Banking Group collaborate with Clever Tykes to teach coding

Tech to 'level the playing field' for students

Epson survey of 1,300 educators in the UK reveals vital importance teachers attach to technolo...

BAFTA Young Game Designers Competition is back for 2017

The British Academy of Film and Television Awards is back this year with its Young Game Design...

LEGO Education launches new computing projects

School children can code a lunar rover with new LEGO education computing projects for primary ...

Bett 2017: Exploring best practice and innovation in HE

The Higher Education Leaders' Summit at BETT 2017

LocknCharge to launch new product at BETT

LocknCharge to launch its customisable Joey 30 Cart to charge and store mobile devices at BETT...

Reinvent Learning with HP!

This year at BETT, find out about our Virtual Reality and Immersive Computing solutions to imp...

DigiBox at BETT 2017

DigiBox brings the latest global digital production innovations to BETT 2017

The best Bett yet

UK Education Marketing Manager, Tim Bush, reveals Microsoft's plans for Bett 2017

Coding for children more important than learning a language

Parents happy to use the 'digital nanny' but still worry about the online risks

The rise of peer-to-peer mentoring in online safeguarding

Kat Howard, Online Safety Lead at RM Education, explores the growing popularity of peer-to-pee...

Two in three British kids use tech to complete homework

New study reveals that the majority of schoolchildren use technology every day in order to com...

'Facebook' for seven year olds is launched

Former police sergeant makes a safe social media for children

7 online platforms that can help you learn a new skill

It's no too late to resolve to take up something new this year. Florian Plenge has some ideas ...

How to satisfy thermal preferences for minimum energy

Satisfying thermal preferences for the minimum amount of energy equals happy students and happ...

This definitely wouldn't fit in my pocket

With the average age of a child getting their first phone falling from 12 to six in 10 years,...

Predictions for the education sector in 2017

Jared Stein, Vice President of Research and Education at Canvas, predicts what will shape the ...

How can technology assist dyslexic learners?

The recent death of AA Gill called to the national attention the positive attributes of dyslex...

How the Elliot Foundation uses Google to inspire children

Lucinda Reid talks to Rachel Jones, Innovation Director at the Elliot Foundation, about her ex...

Is VR the real deal?

Alan Parkinson, Head of Geography at King's Ely discusses whether VR can improve students' que...

New app inspires kids into STEM subjects

New app launches to help children engage creatively with STEM subjects through interactive sci...

Student volunteers spread Christmas cheer through tech

Luckwell Primary School inspired by technology through a student-led project at UWE Bristol

ACS Hillingdon Lower Schoool recognised by Apple

iPad student scheme at ACHS Hillingdon means school is named as an Apple Distinguished School ...

Chargifi to provide Imperial with wireless charging hotspots

Wireless charging service Chargifi will be providing Imperial College London with wireless cha...

Sir Ken Robinson and Heston Blumenthal to speak at Bett 2017

The Bett Arena will host educators from across the globe, when the UK's largest edtech trade s...

What is the state of networking in education?

Three emerging trends from the upcoming report and how you can have your say (and get the chan...

What will you bring back from Bett?

With Bett 2017 on the horizon, now is an excellent time to start planning what you want to bri...

Top tips for managing devices in the classroom

The days of students secretly passing notes behind the teacher's back are in steady decline.

Higher Education in 2017

We have seen a lot of focus on digital transformation initiatives in the learning technology s...

The evolution of Gaming in the Digital Era

Gaming has been existing for many years, however the world became a grand playground in the di...

Primary schools demanding higher bandwidth

If you're a primary school frustrated with the speed of your internet - you're not alone

Last chance to enter Eco-Schools autumn competition

Do you want to win £5,000 worth of LED lighting for your Eco-School?

Kelvinside Academy receives Digital Schools Award

Kelvinside Academy Junior School is one of only four schools in Scotland to receive the award

New scheme introduces 3-yr-olds to engineering

The 'Enjoyment to Employment' initiative was created to keep children excited about engineerin...

What lies ahead for edtech?

By Martine Mannion, Computing and Digital Learning Lead, MIEEXPERT 2016-17

Cyberbullying under the spotlight

New report looks at when people are most likely to experience cyberbullying and hate speech on...

How Gaming is changing the way pupils learn

By Ian Kay, Head of Technology at Edge Grove School

The future of learning

Exterity CEO Colin Farquhar explains why and how they are critical in today's digital age

The benefits of a digital campus in education

What role does the digital campus plays in education?