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The Virtual Learning Environment is in a class of its own

Infographic: what exactly is the Virtual Learning Environment, and how has it evolved in educa...

EdTech: A digital collective

Traditional teaching models are giving way to more collaborative classrooms, and tech is the g...

Tech shouldn't be kept just for IT lessons

British parents want technology to be more integrated in schools, finds new research from Dell...

Coleshill School embraces the latest 4K projection tech

Sponsored: Thanks to 4K, poor-quality visuals are a thing of the past, with 8 out of 10 IT lea...

Creative problem-solving skills are key to tomorrow's jobs

Research from Adobe emphasises the importance of creative problem-solving to ensure students s...

Curricula are lacking creative problem-solving skills

These skills are essential for the jobs of tomorrow, but need more focus in schools, says rese...

Securing our digital future

UTC Swindon's Jon Oliver on fuelling the digital revolution from the classroom

How to teach digital empathy

In honour of Safer Internet Day, the UK Safer Internet Centre talks to ET about empathy online...

Predictions for the future of 'smart' education

New research from Randstad has influenced how experts view the 'smart schools' of the future

Apple for teacher: iPads and beyond

Patrick Wenham, Headteacher at Bickley Park School, discusses the use of technology in the cla...

More chances for school kids to hold a meteorite, with STFC

The programme responsible for 'Borrow the Moon', allowing UK schoolchildren to hold a piece of...

3D printing: today's youth are tomorrow's innovators

Why putting 3D printing into youthful hands can unlock a new dimension in businesses of the fu...

Using tech to help develop creativity

Shanhneila Saeed, former teacher and Director of Digital Schoolhouse, talks to ET about turnin...

How AV is changing the face of edtech

Audio-visuals have come a long way since the days of the OHP. It's an exciting time to be a st...

Secondary schools' ICT needs are changing

New research from RM Education reveals that budgetary challenges and shrinking teams are chang...

Edtech 2018: 17 emerging trends

Experts from RM Education share their predictions on how technology will influence classrooms ...

In conversation with BESA: using edtech is not enough

You need to choose what works to enhance teaching and learning, says Manjinder Sangha

Technology and the global classroom

Julia Lowder, CEO of Computer Systems Institute, on how to best utilise technology and put glo...

Why interactive technology works for PSHE

Hayley Sherwood, Founder and CEO of 1decision talks about why edtech is essential for PSHE

YouTube educates Internet Citizens

The social network's education project empowers hundreds of UK teens to drive positive change ...

Bringing STEM careers into the classroom

New independent research 'shows the way to revolutionise STEM education and inspire a new gene...

Cyber Discovery programme launches

The new programme from the UK government has launched to unveil the undiscovered cyber securit...

Kelvinside Academy crowned as first secondary Digital School

The Glasgow school is the first secondary school to be given the title of Digital School in th...

UK's leading STEM education charities merge

The Smallpeice Trust and the Arkwright Scholarships Trust are joining forces to offer co-ordin...

Why your child's future is in 3D printing

Daemon 3D's Maddy Stokes explores how the technology is changing learning

Me, myself and AI: are robot teachers in our future?

Charley Rogers finds that artificial intelligence is well and truly here to stay

How You Can Simplify your School IT Infrastructure

Peter Millar of Promethean provides tips on creating an efficient IT Infrastructure

PlayStation®First takes Sunderland students to next level

The college has linked up with one of the world's most high-profile gaming brands to help deve...

UK economy and productivity threatened by lack of engineers

Engineering skills crisis will deepen without a fundamental change in the way we educate child...

CATs system 'could be limiting children's progress'

Almost 4 out of 5 secondary school teachers say CATs could be preventing pupils from achieving...

Cyber Discovery seeks next generation of security talent

The launch of the new UK Government programme sees young people invited to test their skills i...

Learning about learning via virtual students

Charles Wiles, CEO and Founder of Zzish talks AI and how a 'virtual student' can help modify t...

Tech for learning gets results

Chris Lickfold, Director of Learning for Tring School, reflects on the positive impact of tech...

Liverpool Girl Geeks launch national tech equality programme

InnovateHer is dedicated to encouraging girls ages 11-17 to pursue a career in technology

STEM day hosted by PPMA BEST to encourage next gen engineers

The charity is working with the Museum of Science and Industry, inviting Manchester schools to...

Over half of 18-24 year olds wish they had learned coding

70% of recent school leavers aged 18 to 24 say they wish they had been taught coding while the...

Brentwood School sets sights on Queen of Bots

The only UK all-girl student robotics team has been invited to compete in Chinese tv show, Kin...

Huawei Launches Authorised Information Network Academy

The programme at Barking and Dagenham College aims to cultivate ICT talent and help students b...

The time is now for edtech in the classroom

How can the schools of 2017/18 be using technology to help improve teaching and learning?

The role of the teacher in shaping the future of the world

While women account for just 9% of engineering and technology employees, teachers are ideally ...