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LGfL launches The M Room

The London Grid for Learning launches new History and English resource for KS3/4 on the secret...

Bucking the trend

From mobile tech to mindfulness, editor Stephanie Broad takes a look at the latest classroom t...

GCSE figures show jump in STEM subjects

Government praises jump in STEM and Ebacc entries helping to widen students' opportunities

Sky's the limit for media-loving students in Scotland

Interactive technology group builds replica news studio for budding Trevor McDonalds

A year in the making

ET Editor Rebecca Paddick asks the roundtable, after 12 months of coding in the classroom, is ...

Choosing a path

Sheffield High School students explore digital media career pathways during 'Day of Discovery'...

Five ways wearables will change education

A wearables explosion is just around the corner and education establishments need to brace the...

3D Design win for academy student

Winterbourne student wins first place in national 3D printing competition

Don't mind the gap

Justin Beck, VP Education, Kaltura, explains why closing the teacher/student digital divide wi...

Nothing 'old school' about King's Ely

One of the oldest schools in the country wins award for its technology provision

Liverpool student nominated for BAFTA

Studio school student is selected as a finalist for the BAFTA Young Game Designer prize

New funding for STEM awards

Students in Wales will benefit from free CREST science and technology awards for the next thre...

Cardiff school leads the way

Kings Monkton inspires next generation of computer science innovators

Ofsted survey 'Online Safety in Schools'

A quarter of secondary students lack confidence in their teacher's knowledge of online safety ...

Why abolishing homework won't stop teenage stress

Dr Raj Kumar offers advice to improve students' wellbeing, strengthen stress coping mechanisms...

The tip of the iceberg

Tilly Brooke thinks that schools have only scratched the surface of games-based learning

An interactive education

Christopher Little, ICT Manager, Enterprise South Liverpool Academy talks about the school's l...

Time to wake up and smell the educational coffee

Stacy Leidwinger says technology has transformed students' expectations of education

Failure is not an option

Gamification can break down the barriers of education, as 'failure' is just another retry in a...

UTC Reading is UK's first 'Outstanding' says OFSTED

Computer science and engineering University Technical College praised for its business-like et...

Get with the programme

Mark Ward tells us how one academy is helping others to succeed

Childnet launch new e-safety programme

New peer education programme to help transform e-safety in secondary schools

To Google, or not to Google, during exams?

By S. Orestis Palermos and Duncan Pritchard

On the brink of a classroom revolution

Dr Kevin Burden argues that the days of traditional classroom teaching are numbered

A sneak peak at the iSTEM centre

Preston's College releases interior images of its new £13m iSTEM centre ahead of official open...

Microsoft announce Modern Apprentice of the Year

Winner and runners up receive recognition at awards ceremony in Scottish Parliament

New GCSE to boost computing skills

Extra support for schools to teach programming on OCR's new Computer Science GSCE

Closing the inequality gap

Tony Wilmot, principal, The Queen Elizabeth Academy, examines how technology can close the gap...

Tablets in the classroom: A true transformation

Tablets have completely changed the way we interact with tech, bringing in an era of genuine p...

Improving sustainability through AV updates

Lipson Co-operative Academy has made the journey to refresh the whole learning environment wit...

Managing screen time

Parents and pupils at a Manchester school have been hearing about the risks of spending too mu...

Post-16 education starts to flip the classroom

The adoption of flipped learning in post-16 education appears to be increasing rapidly accordi...

Schoolchildren getting out-of-date education

More than half of UK schoolchildren are experiencing a low-tech education similar to that of t...

Bullying, from the schoolyard to the smartphone

One in five teens have been subject to cyberbullying, according to new research

New Raspberry Pi project to build students' computer skills

Oracle Academy and Raspberry Pi Foundation launch global computing and science project, Weathe...

1:1 tablets schemes, the way of the future?

Rebecca Paddick asks some of the sector's experts, how can schools implement 1:1 tablet schem...

Quick fix

Students gain Toshiba qualification to carry out UTC laptop repairs

National Revision Week launched

In the run-up to exams, fewer than 70 percent of students feel less than supported by their sc...

Ancient and modern

One of the UK's oldest independent schools has hosted a conference on the use of digital techn...

We're in the hands of Generation Tech

The age-old excuse of 'the dog ate my homework' has been replaced by 'my computer crashed', sa...