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Is classroom technology actually being used by teachers?

New Canvas study of UK teachers shows tech 'dormancy' impacts results

Discovery Education to host digital schools event

Teachers from some of the UK's leading digital schools will gather at a new digital education ...

E-safety: more than just a tick-box exercise

Amid concerns about safeguarding and Prevent measures, RM Education says it's vital to be prot...

How to counter cyberbullying

As part of Anti-Bullying Week, Sam Pemberton discusses the changing face of cyberbullying

Students get hands-on with coding - for free

FUZE offers free coding workshops for UK school students aged seven to 18

The edtech obstacle course

Martin Large discusses how to overcome barriers to adoption of technology in the classroom

Hold the phone

Dave Millet has some advice for academies procuring telephony and broadband services

Do your school a favour and banish the paper

Paul Hughes explains how schools can make the transition to a paperless environment ahead of W...

A literacy success story

How Ark Academies are using Clicker to increase 'writing stamina'

Teaching schools to put their heads in the cloud

Daniel Liptrott, managing director of NCC Group's escrow division, tells us about the latest c...

Safeguarding made simple

Lancashire and Yorkshire schools to tackle bullying, mental health and radicalisation with too...

Can Minecraft help improve critical thinking in students?

Global initiative to improve the teaching of logic in schools launched by University College C...

Parents mistrust kids online

Mums and dads spend on average one hour 45 minutes every week looking at their kids' mobile d...

What's the benefit?

BESA's Caroline Wright asks how has AV actually transformed the teaching and learning environm...

Blogging is top career choice for young people

UK money-saving website finds blogging is popular career choice, with three-quarters of young ...

Hit or MIS?

Editor Stephanie Broad looks at things to consider when using or choosing an MIS system

An interactive education

Christopher Little, ICT Manager at Enterprise South Liverpool Academy, talks about the school'...

Getting safe online in the classroom

Nick Shaw looks at the threats in the online world and offers tips for safeguarding pupils in ...

Top EdTech trends to watch for

Sameer Bhatia, founder & CEO of ProProfs, looks at the stand-out developments

Digital Day 2015 - take the challenge

The British Interactive Media Association (BIMA) announces three nationwide challenges for stu...

Schools say Yes to primary careers provision

Collins Learning joins with The Yes Programme in a mission to revolutionise careers education ...

New Cyber Security awards from SQA

The Scottish Qualifications Authority announces a suite of new digital security awards

Can video gaming improve children's cognitive prowess?

A research study conducted by no less an authority as Oxford University suggests video games c...

Robo Wunderkind launches on Kickstarter

Robo Wunderkind is a programmable kit for children of all ages which aims to transform how cod...

Meeting challenges using technology

RM Education works with multi-academy trusts to maximise their use of ICT

Take the Bloxx survey and you could win £500 for your school

Take part in the Bloxx survey and enter a prize draw for a chance to win £500 in Amazon vouche...

Take the Casio survey to win five new projectors worth £6K!

New survey launched to find out the real needs within educational AV

New resources for STEM and PSHE teaching

Siemens launches interactive tools to support lessons and workshops at KS2, KS3 and KS4

10KinTech initiative reaches 7,500 pledges in four months

QA Apprenticeships' #10KinTech initiative has surpassed the 7,500 mark

Tech to help music reach rural areas

New report proves digital technology is key to improving access to music education in rural ar...

Girls think STEM subjects are 'too hard'

Accenture finds more than half of 12 year-old girls in the UK and Ireland believe STEM subject...

Online risk to schools: Time for a maths lesson

What actually happens online over the summer holidays? Charles Sweeney, CEO of Bloxx, finds ou...

Tech in schools, it IS helping, so let's help our teachers!

Week 2 of the new term and the debate about the usefulness of tech in schools has got louder. ...

OECD report says schools not taking advantage of tech

A new approach needed to deliver on technology's potential in schools, according to OECD PISA ...

ICT use in schools on the rise

Despite the recent OECD report questioning the value of classroom tech, UK schools increase th...

Students invited to pitch inclusive technology ideas

Jisc launches competition for students and staff to pitch digital solutions to accessibility a...

Tablets: a hindrance or a help?

Tom Bennett recently claimed that tablets should be taken out of the classroom. Is he right?

Coding Camp gives pupils competitive edge in digital age

Discovery Education hosts virtual professional development session empowering educators to tea...

Sir Clive Sinclair launches 'Every Child Can Code' scheme

A new interactive educational initiative has been launched to teach children under seven how t...

Hosting firm shares piece of the Pi

UKFast launches Raspberry Pi centre to boost real-life tech skills in the community