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Technology

Me, myself and AI: are robot teachers in our future?

Charley Rogers finds that artificial intelligence is well and truly here to stay

Online sexual harassment a worry for UK teens

New research from Childnet warns that the UK's young people are being targeted with online sex...

Educating the city of the future

Rohit Talwar, global futurist and CEO of Fast Future, explains how smart cities will impact t...

How to unite your school community with your website

Olivia Malaure, Marketing Manager at Finalsite UK, discusses Harrow School's new website

Bridging the gap

ITSI explains how they are helping schools to address key challenges

BESA in conversation with WCBS

Ian Hunter, CCO at WCBS, talks to BESA about their new product and how it can future-proof ind...

Academia and the University of Westminster

Academia For Education recently deployed a new mobile learning project with the University of ...

Online portal set to transform communication

Sevenoaks Prep School is launching an online parent-teacher portal in a bid to transform commu...

Over half of 18-24 year olds wish they had learned coding

70% of recent school leavers aged 18 to 24 say they wish they had been taught coding while the...

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Headington School inspires pupils with BT STEM Crew

Anneka Streule explains why the BT STEM Crew resources have now become a staple in the classro...

On the record: video in the classroom

Howard Burton PhD, Founder and CEO of Open Agenda Publishing, talks about the use of video in ...

Shell's Bright Ideas Challenge returns for 2018

£45,000 of educational prizes are available for winning schools whose pupils create innovative...

How to broadcast lessons

Dr Simon Orchard, Headmaster at Our Lady of Sion School, reveals how he is using YouTube to e...

Brentwood School sets sights on Queen of Bots

The only UK all-girl student robotics team has been invited to compete in Chinese tv show, Kin...

Up, up and away with Raspberry Pi

Queen Margaret's girls embrace technology through a balloon club powered by the single-board c...

HMC survey reveals pupils are rebelling against social media

HMC and Digital Awareness UK survey highlights that 63% of young people wouldn't mind if soci...

iSAMS sponsor HMC Annual Conference

iSAMS helps more than 50% of HMC schools simplify the way they manage their academic, pastoral...

Solihull School Head warns of social media dangers

David EJJ Lloyd, Headmaster of Solihull School, is concerned about the rising number of pre-te...

Girl power: closing the gender gap in the classroom

The free online course is a collaboration between FutureLearn and the Girls Day School Trust, ...

Half of teachers believe students know more about IT

New research from Sophos reveals teachers' concerns about students' abilities to manipulate sc...

What students and teachers go through when IT doesn't work

A stable infrastructure & consistent network monitoring is ever more important if students & t...

How to engage your students through mobile apps

Paul Swaddle, Co-founder and Chairman of Pocket App, talks immersion in the digital age, and h...

Get Connected

To what extent is linked technology in independent schools changing learning? Simon Fry makes ...

Effective edtech needs to facilitate high-quality teaching

Edtech is one of the fastest growing areas of the digital economy, but is it being used in the...

Groundschool London now open to future young pilots

London's newest training academy offers professional flight simulator training sessions and co...

Microsoft Power BI Helps School Safeguard Students

The internet is a key resource for learning and plays an important part of the recreational ac...

Dynamics 365 and the Future of Cloud Operations

Cloud computing has changed the ways in which day-to-day communications and operations take pl...

D-Tech International scores a 1st at performing arts academy

James Breakell, D-Tech International's UK Managing Director, talks about the company's install...

VR and classroom engagement: are they related?

Qualified teacher and former Google Expeditions associate Stuart Gent looks at how best to uti...

The Future of Security

It is becoming more and more important to keep up to date with not only cyber security but als...

E-assessment exam success for IB MYP students

The Middle Years Programme exam has been taken by students around the world, with more partici...

UK's first curriculum linked coding platform launched

The new learning-to-code platform from Turinglab aims to provide pupils aged 11 - 16 with cruc...

The modern panic button: much more than an alert

Klaus Allion, Managing Director at ANT Telecom, looks at the options for schools designing eme...

No Isolation for children with long-term illness

Norway's revolutionary start-up allowing children with long-term illness to participate in sch...

Kids ask parents 22K questions during their school life

A new study has discovered just how curious children are, and reveals that parents are unable ...

Have you ever thought about printing the entire Internet?

If you printed the Internet (not including the so-called dark web) you could travel a quarter ...

London IT company launches paid internships

The three-year scheme will equip apprentices with the necessary skills to become successful IT...

What is the future of library technology?

D-Tech International looks at current library technology and what is just around the corner

E-Safety: Empowering a new digital generation 

We need to teach children to be better consumers of information, says Dave Saltmarsh, Global ...