The June/July issue of Education Technology is here!

The Buyer’s Issue is free online featuring printers, gamification, women in tech and Singapore’s journey to become a Smart Nation


Big news for education came with the study from Stranmillis University about the effect iPads have on attainment.

Women in Engineering and Tech are featured in this issue of ET.  It’s International Women in Engineering Day on 23 June, and we ask women in tech what inspired them to choose STEM subjects at school and their route into tech as a career.

I visited Singapore to look at how coding is getting into the classroom and learn about the government’s vision to become a Smart Nation.  Singapore has chosen to introduce coding in a fun way, and it was great to see the children enjoying getting stuck into creative tech projects.   

Print is changing.  Having gone through a seismic shift, print is fighting back!  Take a look at the HE news about University of Surrey and interactive paper and our print feature.

Adaptive learning is set to be introduced in a big way.  Already making headway in other sector, machine learning could be the next big thing for education.  We also look at the concept of gamification and game-based learning.  Finally we have the biggest Roundtable ever on eSafety, and watch out on our website for our eSafety series coming up.  All this, and lots more inside the mag!


If you have any thoughts on this issue, anything you’d like to see in future issues please drop me a line on [email protected]

Sophie Beyer
Education Technology

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