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Cyberphobia... what are parents worried about?

Barry Richardson, Creative Director, Oakley Mobile examines parental concern over the rise of ...

Programming course for teachers gets Google backing

Wolverhampton lecturers secure funding from Google to develop a new online course for computer...

IT(s) time for apprentice talent

Calibre Secured Networks sees bringing in the right people with the right skill sets as paramo...

'Making lab' opens up new possibilities at FHS

Bristol academy wins £35k grant for lab where students can create 'almost anything'

Meccano Robots coming to a summer camp near you!

New partnership between Super Camps and Meccano includes the new programmable robot, the Mecca...

Parents say social media 'bad for children's morals'

New poll from University of Birmingham shows over half of UK parents think social media sites ...

Is video now main form of education communication?

Kaltura's latest 'Video in Education' survey reveals 75% of higher education students now use ...

Can your school keep up with edtech?

Bill Champness, Managing Director at Hardware Associates asks, can schools keep pace with the ...

Aardman's summer app to keep kids happy

New app, 'Learning Time with Timmy 3', is a studious solution for slow summers

Jisc brings the Rio Olympics to London classrooms

Global online event celebrates international sport using V-Scene platform

Future classroom will be virtual and taught by robots

A new Jisc survey reveals surprising predictions for the classroom of the future

Digital technology in publishing: pitfalls and promise

By David Salariya, Founder and Managing Director of The Salariya Book Company

To BYOD or not to BYOD...

Jessica Figueras, Chief Analyst at Kable, poses the question about own devices in schools and ...

Meet Marty, a 'Raspberry Pi for robotics'

Robotical announce crowdfunding campaign to launch Marty, an affordable, 3D printable walking ...

How to make schools mobile ready

Lessons from the classroom by Rupert Mills, Managing Director of Krome  

Countdown to Chaos with Tech Partnership

Tech Partnership launches Countdown to Chaos to galvanise young people about cyber security ca...

Literacy initiative Pobble set for major business award

Yorkshire literacy organisation Pobble is the only education business to make it to semi-final...

Huge returns from investment in e-learning

Andy Richardson, CEO, Dynistics on how online learning highlights the need for dashboard techn...

Beating the cyber bullies

We ask the roundtable: How do we keep kids safe from online bullying?

BBC micro:bit now available to the public

Pocket-sized coding device available through selected partner organisations and distributors

Moving on from ICT

Simon Moyle looks at how to use technology to teach other core subjects

Setting expectations for students

The Newark Academy implements eLearning tool that prepares year 11s for exams

From chalkboard to iPad

Chris Neath looks at the process of transitioning to a digital classroom

UK business must work harder with schools to boost STEM

Building stronger links with teachers will help UK businesses support growth in STEM subjects ...

Ebooks: telling a positive story

Electronic courseware holds great potential to reach the reluctant learner, says Neil Georgeso...

7 new trends in edtech

RM Education's annual REAL event revealed some interesting new themes and trends in technology...

University of East Anglia launches new Q&A platform

The interactive website will help prospective students pick a university

Gathering STEAM

Newly-opened UTC@MediaCityUK is already making waves in the north-west digital scene. Stephani...

Kuato launches new Dino Tales app

Dino Tales Jr encourages young storytellers through creative play

Visit to Bristol tech hub inspires Code Club

West Town Lane Academy's Code Club visit startup businesses to consider future careers

The friendly face of WiFi

South West Grid for Learning partners with Friendly WiFi

The science of scooters

University of Northampton takes school children to the skate park for STEAM workshops

Closing the digital skills gap

The BBC micro:bit is inspiring the generation of tech pioneers to help bridge the digital skil...

Health and safety: The key to the digital classroom

With electronics a big part of the classroom, Chris Neath looks at ways to create a culture of...

Academy self-improvement: experience that counts

Online self-assessment and improvement planning software can help MATs collaborate more effect...

The great tech expectations of Generation Z

StudentCom research reveals 83 per cent of 15 to 18 year-olds can't live without the internet ...

IET invites young members to its board

For first time in its 145-year history, the Institution of Engineering and Technology recently...

Top tips on using technology for student engagement

Janice Prandstatter, Promethean Teaching and Learning Consultant, explains her top five tips f...

Mind the gap

Proven strategies for improving the performance of pupil premium students

Collaborate and listen

How can you join up hardware and software so that all classroom technology functions together?...