Sheffield Hallam University, the London Grid for Learning and The Education Foundation will deliver a network to support peer-to-peer training
RM Education’s first Teacher Effectiveness Review also found that only 27% of teachers felt confident using the technology currently at their disposal
Life Based Value's digital CARE programme instils essential business and leadership skills in caregivers
Technology is increasingly determining the geography of the classroom; Simon Fry investigates how today's learning spaces got their shapes
As universities are fighting it out to attract students, digital entrepreneurship and leadership skills are taking the spotlight. But do we really need more digital entrepreneurs? Charley Rogers investigates...
Nicola Yeeles investigates the contentious topic of assessment, and looks at how the feedback cycle is being eased and influenced by technology from blogs to artificial intelligence
Google’s Future of the Classroom Report reveals life skills and workplace preparation as key education trends for 2019, but what does that really look like? Charley Rogers investigates...
Nine videos made by industry professionals explain the science and technology behind the industry
Teaching teachers to teach online is an ATHE Level 4 qualification aimed at educators looking to enhance CPD and online teaching skills
The concept of machine learning and the benefits it can offer across the education spectrum has become a key talking point among technologists in recent years. But what actually is machine learning and where can it truly have an impact for both teachers and learners? Jo Ruddock finds out
How are data analytics improving education and how can you harness them most effectively? Hazel Davis reports…
From its early days as a contact board for university students to its global takeover, is social media’s ever-expanding influence to include formal education welcome? Charley Rogers finds out.
Online relationships education is vital for young people. So how should it be handled? Kevin O’Malley reports...
Can a competencies-based approach to learning fulfil the dual purpose of better preparing students for the world of work while inspiring students to enjoy learning? Jo Ruddock finds out
The winning apps will be offered licence-free to families in deprived areas of England to encourage early years literacy
The majority of UK parents said they had to use the internet to help answer questions about homework
The FE college's new 'Children’s College' will also teach careers in a bid to raise the aspirations of local under-11s
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