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Technology

One hundred hours of coding for schools

Leading UK educational games studio, Kuato, has pledged ‘100 Hours of Code’ sessions to sc...

IT skills as vital as the 'three Rs'

Chancellor and Education Secretary launch new campaign, Year of Code, to drive millions more t...

New solution to chart children's ability

A new launch from MyCognition is set to accurately measure and enhance cognitive ability in sc...

How secure is the data on your printer

Printers have far longer memories than you think. TA Triumph-Adler introduces new '€˜Security ...

Flipped learning: From cynic to believer

Penny Humm, a physics teacher at Bellerbys College Cambridge, puts flipped learning to the tes...

Cyberbullying a growing concern

ChildLine has said it has seen a large increase in the number of children contacting it about ...

Tech festival to inspire youngsters

Technopop London launches eight-week festival of cutting-edge science, technology, design and ...

Preventing online risks

A realistic approach to monitoring what students are up to online can be more effective in hel...

Thousands of computers '€œineffective'

According to latest data from BESA, computers purchased by primary and secondary schools have ...

Transforming assessment

Visitors to stand D100 at Bett 2014 will see how Frog'€™s ground-breaking technology will tran...

Beating the online bullies

Securus Software reports on how today's technology may be leaving parents out of the loop as c...

Going Dutch

Implementing the use of tablets in schools is a growing global trend, with the Netherlands out...

Your online students aren't paying attention!

And what you can do about It...