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Technology

School introduces 'phone fast' to reduce reliance on tech

Pupils at Bender School will not be able to use their phones onsite for three days in March

49% of British kids scared to use the Internet

We need to help rebuild children's confidence in the Internet, says Kaspersky Lab

London Business School hosts app contest for schools

50 year 10 pupils competed at London Business School's Marylebone Campus in a Dragon's Den-sty...

Altogether now

Collaborative learning requires synchronised learning spaces, writes Simon Fry

Supporting SEN with edtech

Ben Behrens rounds up the latest edtech for children with Special Educational Needs

Balance of opinion

Is it possible to invest in technology while balancing budgets? Steve Wright asks a panel of e...

Oxford's Rye St Antony School teach pupils online safety

Children and adults are learning how to be safer online this years Safer Internet Day

Schools hit by ransomwares demands

Schools Broadband warn about potential ransomware methods and advises what to do if your schoo...

SHOW SUCCESS FOR DIGIBOX AT BETT 2017

DigiBox took to the floor at this year's BETT show to demonstrate the latest innovations

Edtech is an enabler of change

Technology is an enabler of change, yet schools, colleges and universities have differing prio...

Preparing for the Internet of Everything

The IoE has the potential to revolutionise schools, reshaping e-Learning delivery, says Steve ...

The role of technology in collaborative learning

Abhi Arya, President of FEN Learning & TeacherVision, looks at what technology in the classroo...

The future of smart classrooms

Paul Morrison, HPE Education Sector Lead, discusses the six key digital classroom trends for 2...

Barriers to edtech

Choose and use tech effectively says Sam Blyth, Direction of Schools, Canvas VLE

Educators restrict student access to 3D printers

Educators lack the means to manage printer access despite recognising the learning benefits of...

Tech to 'level the playing field' for students

Epson survey of 1,300 educators in the UK reveals vital importance teachers attach to technolo...

Keeping kids safe online: all our responsibility

Parents and teachers need to work together to help children safely navigate the world wide web...

BAFTA Young Game Designers Competition is back for 2017

The British Academy of Film and Television Awards is back this year with its Young Game Design...

Digital devices in schools - integral but it has its risks

Andrew Sheldon at Evidence Talks, explains what can be done to investigate abusive and illegal...

BETT Awards 2017 winners revealed

The winners of the 19th Bett Awards have been announced at an awards dinner held at The Tobacc...

Setting a bad example

Children unimpressed by parents' online behaviour, a study by Kaspersky finds

Schools IT & Safeguarding: What's new?

Tips to help keep school children safe while online from Hannah Sang, Datcom's Business Growth...

Education Technology predictions for 2017

By Marc Fairclough, Mobile Guardian

Coding for children more important than learning a language

Parents happy to use the 'digital nanny' but still worry about the online risks

The rise of peer-to-peer mentoring in online safeguarding

Kat Howard, Online Safety Lead at RM Education, explores the growing popularity of peer-to-pee...

Two in three British kids use tech to complete homework

New study reveals that the majority of schoolchildren use technology every day in order to com...

Learning coding by saving kittens

New game teaches real-life coding in a unique way

'Facebook' for seven year olds is launched

Former police sergeant makes a safe social media for children

Hands-on workshops with LEGO Education at Bett 2017

Teachers have the opportunity to experience computing and STEM solutions with LEGO Education a...

Securing network needs

Shaun Phillips, Calibre Secured Networks, offers advice about secure education networks and ke...

Virtual Reality brings lessons to life in Kent school

Students use VR to learn across the curriculum

This definitely wouldn't fit in my pocket

With the average age of a child getting their first phone falling from 12 to six in 10 years,...

Education must embrace tech

Training providers must strengthen digital offering to accommodate students demanding 24/7 acc...

Is VR the real deal?

Alan Parkinson, Head of Geography at King's Ely discusses whether VR can improve students' que...

New app inspires kids into STEM subjects

New app launches to help children engage creatively with STEM subjects through interactive sci...

ACS Hillingdon Lower Schoool recognised by Apple

iPad student scheme at ACHS Hillingdon means school is named as an Apple Distinguished School ...

One million children to try virtual reality field trips

Google aims to take one million pupils in Britain on virtual reality school trips with Google ...

New Gratnells PowerTrolley makes big impression in trial

Recent product releases from Gratnells, the PowerTrolley & PowerTray, pass with flying colours...

Parents go back to school to learn about internet safety

The workshops will teach pupils and their parents about staying safe on the internet

Sir Tony Robinson and Ed Stafford to speak at Bett

Broadcasters to join Discovery Education in the BETT Arena in January