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The place of vocabulary in social mobility

Bedrock Learning's Nathaniel Woo and Becca Joyce on the 'word gap' and how tech can narrow the...

Fareham College to lead Maths Centre for Excellence

The college, voted UK College of the year, will lead one of the 21 centres across the UK

If Only campaign launched to close skills gap

Survey results suggest that over 2,000 adults felt they did not learn skills that would help t...

Startup inspires students with 3D printers for schools

Dicey Tech hopes its machine will enthuse pupils about STEM careers

Talking in code in the classroom

Daniel Lindegaard, co-founder and COO of KUBO Robotics, discusses simple ways for time-poor te...

FE students favour real-world help with digital skills

Jisc's survey of 37,000+ students (14,292 from further education) finds most turn to each othe...

Study reveals that esports empower young people

The study from Staffordshire University polled over 2,000 students, and found that participati...

Bringing learning alive in the classroom

Charley Rogers investigates the ups and downs of BYOD, and how bringing your own device to sch...

Top of the computer class: Stuart Swann

pi-top's Stuart Swann concludes our series wherein industry experts discuss four years of the ...

Visual learning in a digital world

Matt Pierce, Learning & Video Ambassador at TechSmith, discusses how visual aids can help lear...

Top of the computer class: James Leonard

The Google Education man is the third expert in our series discussing four years of the comput...

Reducing the fear of failure via 3D printing

3D printing encourages users to explore alternatives and rework problems, better preparing pup...

Digital schools: a how-to guide

Naimish Gohil, Founder & CEO at Satchel, discusses digital transformation in schools, and why ...

Turning teaching on its head

Keri Beckingham discovers the impact that flipped learning is having in classrooms across the ...

Getting your library ready for 2019

SPONSORED: D-Tech International, looks at the benefits of a library technology review to impro...

Top of the computer class: Shahneila Saeed

Shahneila Saeed - Head of games industry trade body, Ukie - is the second expert in our series...

More creative subjects needed to deliver industrial strategy

A broader curriculum, including arts, design, and music as well as STEM subjects, will create ...

Top of the computer class: David Ames

The Fire Tech manager is the first expert in our series discussing the state of the computing ...

How tech can revolutionise learning - but not how we expect

Alex Beard, Author of Natural Born Learners, discusses international approaches to education, ...

UWC students apply engineering skills to help save lives

The Atlantic College students worked with engineers from Rolls-Royce to develop new technologi...

Advanced tech is the answer to engaging science

68% of parents believe schools aren't keeping up with the latest tech, despite its advantage i...

South Ayrshire schools sees world pilot of new LiFi tech

The high-speed wireless internet that uses light instead of radio waves has been installed for...

Why fast WiFi and surveillance is a necessity in UK schools

Paul Routledge, Country Manager at D-Link, talks us through why these technologies are essenti...

A call to live classier lives

Following the announcement of A-Level results, CIMA proposes a change in the narrative around ...

Internet access required for around half of all homework set

A study from the NFU has found that young people who have poor internet connectivity at home a...

Considerations on the future development of GCSE leavers

Jo Sellick, MD, Sellick Partnership, discusses the pros of a technical education, and why our ...

Can edtech reinvent the classroom?

Catherine Whitaker, CEO at EtonX, believes it might

Is there a place for automation in education?

Neil Kinson, Chief of Staff, Redwood Software, thinks there should be

Final stage of Cyber Discovery finishes in London

The Government-backed initiative for school children concluded with live hacking and security-...

More support needed to continue computer science improvement

On GCSE results day, the number of computer science entries are encouraging, but we still need...

Tech-ing a leap with pre-university distance learning

James Higgins at Bonas MacFarlane Education talks the broad strokes of edtech, and why it's ke...

Playpark partners with Ubisoft to teach kids about space

Kidzania London has launched a gaming system to educate children about the solar system

A-level results: industry calls to re-think STEM education

As students across the country receive their results, is the A-level-to-university route losin...

Helping Manchester schoolgirls up the tech-ing order

September will see InnovateHer launch in the city, in a bid to tackle gender inequality in tec...

How to ensure your classroom technology earns top marks

Craig Smith, Key Account Manager, Education, at Jamf, discusses how tech management systems ca...

Data security and best practice for GDPR

David T. Blonder, DPO at BlackBerry, discusses how schools and universities can work to ensure...

Building business with Backstage Academy

Ashley Ball has launched his own enterprise off the back of an end-of-year project at Backstag...

Are schools preparing children for working life?

Sponsored: The current burning question around child education is whether it is preparing them...

Sutton Coldfield grammar school to see big STEM growth

Bishop Vesey's Grammar School has received a grant from Millennium Point Trust to fund state-o...

Can digital technology improve mental health?

Neil Gilmour, Director of Motional, discusses how digital tools can bolster children's mental ...