The STEM education charity has released a Think Kit that challenges students to design and build an electrically-powered glider
Parent Zone and the Vodafone Foundation have released the story books to teach young children about digital safety
The programme will provide free Tezos training for 250 students
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The key finding of the ISBA’s IT Survey 2018 was an underutilisation of IT by teachers in most schools
Charley Rogers asks what tech is taking centre stage in 2019, and how education is feeling its impact
The Open University’s new Innovating Pedagogy report confirms the clear role that technology has to play in delivering effective teaching, without overstating its importance
The fathers and IT professionals have added Eddie the Elephant to their series of books, which aims to help teachers and parents teach children about staying safe online
The online platform, dacade, has partnered with blockchain company æternity to allow students to earn cryptocurrency by building apps through blockchain
“This should really make the game more interesting,” said UW's John McPhee, who models interactions between athletes and their equipment
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Concert pianists at the Sokol Piano Academy have started offering lessons via live WhatsApp video
The new project, named Compass, is released to coincide with Hay Levels series 4, a series of curriculum-aligned digital A-level resources
Award-winning engineer, Kerrine Bryan, has written the picture book to tackle misconceptions of STEM jobs
Edtech Impact will allow teachers to measure the efficacy of tech for themselves
From early SMART boards, to the advanced choices we now see, whiteboard development is constant. What's next on the evolutionary pathway?
Sponsored: Deputy Head, Dean Johnston, teaches computing tech, runs a curriculum enrichment programme, and has started using pi-tops with his students
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