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Head in the clouds?

The education sector remains tied to a physical use of computing and hardware while we embrace...

The digital generation

ROUNDTABLE: How do we go about closing the new 'digital divide' between students and their tea...

Overcoming the edtech obstacles

Purchasing and implementing new educational technology can be more of a hurdle than it seems, ...

Supporting STEM during summer

Karen Baynes looks at how activity day camps can inspire the next generation of STEM professio...

From Scratch to Python

There is an obvious gap between simplified programming environments and the more complicated t...

Is mobile technology changing the way teachers work?

Tablet devices are used in a growing number of schools. Julie Booth asks if mobile tech could ...

King's Oak Academy get exclusive preview of BBC micro:bit

While micro:bit is rolled out across the UK, a Bristol primary was one of the first schools in...

Will academies make paperless schools more likely?

The academy approach will give head teachers more freedom to decide whether paperless communic...

A problem shared

The ICT and education industry need to work together to make sure best practice is easily shar...

Reading into it

Innova Design Solutions say bookless libraries could sweep education within a generation

STEM: the passport to top university places

Research shows students with STEM A-levels are more likely to attend best universities, with e...

From page to screen

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

One hacker in every classroom

National survey reveals digitally literate teens able to code and hack

The collaborative approach to education

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

How can wearable tech make its mark in education?

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

Childnet launches e-safety film competition

E-safety charity launches Childnet Film Competition to encourage young people to create a shor...

Codebug crown awarded for wearable tech

The winners of a schools' wearable technology challenge announced at Leeds Beckett University ...

Today's the day for the micro:bit

One million pocket-sized, codeable computers will be given to every single Year 7 pupil in the...

The evolution of language revision

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

Apprenticeships brought into sharp focus

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

Technology loving teens don't make the link with engineering

UK teenagers' interest in technology is top of the world while enthusiasm for engineering has ...

The 'intelligent flat'

Essex UTC launches tech facility that replicates a future home environment

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...

Building the digital classroom of the future

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

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 ...

Clicker 7 Regional Breakfast Seminars

Thousands of schools are investing in Clicker to help raise literacy standards across the curr...

Who are FE's top 50 social media stars?

Jisc has released its list of the UK's top 50 Further Education practitioners on social media

Summer of Student Innovations launches at today's Digifest

Student competition for new tech tools and ideas launches at Digifest

UK schools embrace technology as pace of evolution increases

Kyocera Document Solutions announces results of its third annual Education Technology report

Stephen Fry leads missing children campaign

Actor and Comedian Stephen Fry leads campaign to make every second count when a child is repor...

A balancing act

Can the education sector realistically invest in edtech while still balancing budgets? ET Edit...

F1 in Schools launch STEM video tutorials

F1 in Schools Learning Channel targets responsive learning with bespoke video tutorials platfo...

Esther Rantzen helps tech charity fundraiser

Dame Esther Rantzen helps Lifelites to spread their magic in new charity fundraising video

A two-way street

Home-school communications can set expectations and build relationships, says ParentMail

Safer Internet Day 2016, play your part

Today is Safer Internet Day, which is being marked globally by the theme: 'Play your part for ...

All the bells and whistles

If pupils are to shape the future they need the tools to do it. Editor Stephanie Broad finds o...

Free e-safety course to mark #SID2016

New e-safety course launched by Petra's Planet Share for Safer Internet Day 2016

BETT 2016 - takeaways for teachers

If you missed out on a trip to Bett this year, don't worry as Texthelp have brought back some ...