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Bridging the gap between traditional and digital handwriting in a learning environment


The collaborative approach to education

The concept of the collaborative classroom was, until recently, just a theory, says Simon Harb...

People, policy, politics

Trust in transformation

Jason Wing reflects on Neale-Wade's experience of becoming an academy


How can wearable tech make its mark in education?

From creating engaging learning experiences to recording lessons, wearable tech has arrived in...


The evolution of language revision

Secondary school languages teacher Cyprien Marie discusses how GCSE students can revise langua...

School life

Finding the perfect partner

Amanda Godfrey says the government's academisation announcement presents an opportunity for MA...


Apprenticeships brought into sharp focus

Why the future of securing FE apprenticeship funding lies in information management


Transferable skills for student success

Mike Hamilton says teachers can help with their students' future employability by teaching tra...


The name of the game

Donavan Whyte offers three ways to bring the gaming experience to the classroom


Augment your classroom and bring education to life

Magnetic London says AR can bridge the gap between print and digital, making lessons more inte...


Should I stay or should I go?

Universities UK's cross-party debate asked if students should care about the EU. IE Editor Ste...


Building the digital classroom of the future

Lynsey Jenkins discusses gamification and the 'device mesh' in edtech


Encouraging active minds

Katy Parkinson discusses the concept of active learning


PRP: achieve to receive

Performance-related pay (PRP) can greatly benefit teachers, schools and governing bodies, if i...


Understanding cyber-security

How can teachers lead the way in tackling cyber-security issues to ensure their pupils remain ...


Preparing for Progress 8

Lesley Welsh discusses how schools are getting ready for the DfE's new accountability system


Positive impact

Sustainability isn't just a buzzword, says Helen Fraser


Life without levels

Greg Watson addresses three post-levels misconceptions

Facilities & buildings

Learning environments to inspire teachers

Melanie Laing asks, could classroom design help relieve the current attraction and retention c...

People, policy, politics

Crossing paths

Paul Murphy explains cross-phase collaboration in a multi-academy trust

Law, finance, HR

Package deal

Iain Campbell looks at the 'package' essentials for school trips

School life

The balancing act of the growing multi academy trust

Nick Capstick explains the balancing act of a growing multi academy trust

Catering & hospitality

Healthy food = a healthy workforce

Teachers need good nutrition at school too, says Andy Badger

School life

Across the board

The Active Learning Trust operates across three UK 'hubs' for strong governance. Gary Peile te...


Don't believe the hype

Teaching at an academy isn't all about more pay and flexible holidays, says Amanda Godfrey

School life

The importance of creating a common language

Joining a multi-academy trust is a time of change for schools says Lisa Crausby and developing...


BYOD: Stronger encryption needed

John Michael discusses the security implications of BYOD as teachers take work home and carry ...

School life

Managing the new SEND code

Linda Davis reviews the steps her school have taken to implement and manage the new SEND code ...

People, policy, politics

Opening cocoons

Rachel Musson, founder of ThoughtBox, has been re-thinking education from the inside


Wi-Fi in education: what do schools need now?

New devices and teaching styles have lead to more reliance on a good connection, says Perry Co...


Our journey towards Progress 8

Principal Jason Wing explains how Neale Wade Academy is preparing for the changes


Why schools should ditch the paper

Greg Hughes from The de Ferrers Academy discusses the benefits of paperless communication


What can we expect at Bett?

ET editor Rebecca Paddick gets ready for this year's leading learning technology conference an...

People, policy, politics

Stand and deliver

Editor Stephanie Broad asks, can the government keep up with its ambitious growth of the acade...

People, policy, politics

In the eye of the beholder

Adam McGill calls for school photographers to join together to implement a ban on airbrushing ...


The future of the VLE in academies

Craig Ring says a new virtual learning environment has benefited teachers and students

Facilities & buildings

Plot of gold

Allan Hunt says the Spending Review painted a promising picture for new schools

Health & wellbeing

Are your students overworked?

Mont Rose College asks, what can schools and colleges do to encourage a balanced schedule?


The future of educational assessment?

David Hawley explains how the IB Middle Years Programme makes use of e-assessment


Not just a history lesson

A CBI report suggests that science is being squeezed out at primary level. Dan Sullivan looks ...