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This issue focuses on innovation in edtech, and how tech tools and pedagogical developments are disrupting the education landscape

Posted by Charley Rogers | October 10, 2017 | Events

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This issue thinks big. From blended learning to MOOCs, we look at how the education system in the UK is utilising the best in tech to push the boundaries of teaching and learning.

Our features in this edition look at how classroom hardware has developed over the years, and what trends are in store for the future; how the experts in the 3D printing sector see this revolutionary tech changing the education space, and how the UK's STEM provision holds up to international competition.  

Whether focusing on edtech tools or pedagogy, educators also need to consider what the student of today looks like, and how to tailor the education they provide to allow for the best results. We have an insightful opinion piece on this topic from the CEO of FutureLearn, Simon Nelson. 

As always we're also bringing you all the latest news from the primary, secondary, and HE sectors, including a UK exclusive on the launch of a brand new app that gets students out and about in their local area, and news from Oslo-based start-up No Isolation on their AV1 robot that connects sick children to the classroom environment, remotely. 

Don't forget to catch up on our new Editor's Picks of all the best tools and services on the market at the moment, as well as the return of our international news page. All this, and lots more inside the mag!

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If you have any thoughts on this issue, or anything you'd like to see in future issues, please drop me a line at charley.rogers@wildfirecomms.co.uk 

Yours,
Charley Rogers
Editor
Education Technology

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