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Encouraging the artistic side of science and technology

Gina Cooke, Contemporary Science Programme Producer at MakeFest Manchester, talks creativity i...

Is immersive tech the future of language learning?

Ben Davies, Project Manager for English at Babbel, discusses how tech can provide ideal new te...

Plans to bridge skills gap in the creative tech sector

A revolutionary scheme is underway in the North-East to boost emerging technologies and create...

FXP Festival winners get gaming industry behind-the-scenes

The students from East Anglia have had an all-access pass to local gaming company Jagex, to se...

Top engineering apprenticeships for UTC Swindon students

The future engineers are celebrating their achievements as they take the next step in their ca...

2018 TeenTech Awards finalists announced

Co-founder and TV presenter Maggie Philbin OBE congratulates teen innovators

An education: decentralising data can boost productivity

Robert Dagge, Managing Director, Dynistics looks at benefits of dynamic data for education

Blended learning needs to start with teachers

James Leonard, Head of Education UK at Google, speaks to teachers at Basingstoke College of Te...

12 Questions to Ask when Choosing a Learning Platform

There are a range of options to choose from, so how do you decide? Here's a list of questions ...

Life in an adaptive world

Conor Flynn, COO of Adaptemy, asks: will an adaptive learning solution put you on the front fo...

Music Education vs. Education Technology

Musical Instrument Learning and Cognitive Ability

ICT horror stories from Think IT

The procurement framework addressed schools' own ICT faux pas as part of their presentation at...

IB eAssessment wins international award

The Middle Years Programme scooped Best Use of Summative Assessment at this year's eAssessment...

Science for all at Winchester Science Centre

WSC has launched a school trip with a staggered pricing system meaning that schools with lower...

Training the programmers of the future

James Downes, co-founder of Maker Life, discusses bridging the digital skills gap and ensuring...

Automatic for the people

by Jonathan Whitley, Northern European Sales Director, WatchGuard

Live VR classroom has Pixar co-founder 'beamed' in

The classroom, attended by students in Slough, was host to Pixar's Loren Carpenter via the ENG...

Teaching teachers: the answer to the digital skills gap

Fernando Hernandez at XYZprinting discusses how training and inspiring teachers is the essenti...

Tech to support SEND students in education

Leeds City College's Joseph Priestley Centre supports over 440 students, and tutor David Gemlo...

Adaptive learning in the classroom and beyond

Scott N. Romaniuk, University of Trento, discusses adaptive learning tech, and how it can be s...

Preparing your students for the fourth industrial revolution

Sponsored: 'Teachers embracing learning-by-making is vital to future success in the global eco...

The fine line between surveillance and supervision

Trevor Wallace, MD of METRO Security, asks whether technology can teach us all a valuable less...

Ultimate STEM Challenge brings students together

Vicky Parson, science teacher at InterHigh School, talks about online science education and ho...

IT skills gap: the industry forecast

With digital technology jobs across the UK growing at twice the rate of other roles, can educa...

All hands on tech

Before 2D edtech becomes as obsolete as slates and slide rules, we've gathered a bunch of expe...

GCSEPod's impact on results is staggering...

Sponsored: ... but don't let the students hear me say this!

Tech it or leave it: Jesse Lozano

Sixth in a series of seven: Is teaching keeping up with edtech? With Jesse Lozano, CEO and Co-...

Tech it or leave it: Andy Barnes

Fourth in a series of seven: Is teaching keeping up with edtech? With Andy Barnes, Director of...

A perfect storm: the horror story that is education funding

Sponsored: By climbing aboard edtech's white horse, says Anthony Coxon of GCSEPod

Five ways classroom tech is changing the way children learn

By Ian Kay, Head of Technology at Edge Grove School

Tech it or leave it: Morten Illum

Third in a series of seven: Is teaching keeping up with edtech? With Morten Illum, EMEA Vice P...

How To Teach Creative Writing K-12 with Classroom Technology

Sponsored: While many children have no problem using this technology for fun tasks, many child...

Tech it or leave it: John Haslam

Is the teaching profession keeping up with edtech? With John Haslam, Business Development Mana...

Flipped learning vs. project-based: which works best?

Coorous Mohtadi, Senior Academic Technical Specialist at MathWorks, talks about the STEM skill...

pi-top helps movers and makers

Sponsored: Sam Page is focused on helping her students through 'Learning by Making', a hands-o...

Drama Online adds new stars to Shakespeare collections

Gemma Arterton, Jonathan Pryce and Steven Berkoff have been added to the roster

Teachers divided over smartphone use in schools

Following the decision by French Schools to ban mobile phones from classrooms beyond September...

ENTHUSE Partnerships provide new funding for schools

GSK and STEM Learning have launched new partnerships for schools in the UK, to fund support in...

A revolution in learning? Watch this space

The makerspace - allowing pupils to explore design from start to finish - is not only fun, but...

The future of the virtual classroom

Lorna Burrows, Head of Content at Immersive VR, talks to ET about how virtual reality can be a...