The government-backed programme has welcomed over 46,000 thousand participants in the last two years
Register for the event now to watch edtech startups pitch their ideas in front of a panel of expert judges, and network with others in the edtech sector
The £8m Digital Futures at Work Research Centre will open in January and seek to provide “compelling evidence on the contemporary transformation of work”
MyConcern partner with The Key and Education Technology to bring you a live panel discussion on 'Safeguarding: The hidden job description'
Sophie Bailey, founder and host of The Edtech Podcast, gives us her roundup of the top talking points this month, including vocational education, teamwork and project management
A minority of parents have protected their child's digital device, changed the default settings or monitored their online use
The bespoke platform is compatible with any browser and allows students studying the course to test their theoretical knowledge of programming
The industry-backed hackathon invites entrants to develop a prototype solution for use in wind farm operations
30 young people attended the Smallpeice Trust’s residential course at the Space Research Centre
The Justis International Law and Technology Writing Competition 2020 will launch on 1 October 2019
Members of the cohort have used their creative and engineering skills to develop an aid to help Francesca learn to play the violin
As schools, colleges and universities ready themselves for the 2019/20 year, what are their main edtech focuses?
New research from the IET finds that 73% of engineering and tech employers see job applicants who have academic knowledge but lack workplace skills
With videos becoming the dominant currency of communication, the series addresses how the moving image can be employed to inspire and engage students
From the pollution caused by technology to school climate strikes, what responsibility does the education sector have in addressing climate change? Charley Rogers reports...
Figures released this morning by the JCQ show that there has been a significant increase in the number of female entries to computing
The DfE’s policy update for the T-level programme includes information on the Ucas points assigned. We round up the basic information on the new qualifications
Charley Rogers chats with Wales’ education minister Kirsty Williams about new funding for digital resource centre Hwb, and what the Welsh government is doing to support STEM education
We look at some of the key stats in BESA’s ICT in UK Maintained Schools report
James Higgins looks at how universities are revolutionising chatbots and creating new, personalised tools for student engagement
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