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What tech do teachers really need?

By Freddy May, Co-founder of Codio, the cloud-based platform for teaching coding in schools

Independent learning

One device per pupil allows learning situations that, previously, wouldn't have existed, says ...

Software helps school prepare for inspection

A Bristol school is the first in the independent sector to benefit from a new web-based manage...

Going for 1:1

Mary Palmer from research charity Tablets for Schools answers some common questions about 1:1 ...

Win a classroom visualiser!

Take part in 'The Use of Technology in the Classroom' survey and you could win a classroom vis...

Computing teaching needs support

A nationwide baseline test taken by 55,000 children has identified the areas in which schools ...

Outdated IT wasting time in the classroom

Around 10% of annual teaching time is believed to be lost due to inadequate technology, accord...

School shares virtual knowledge

New developments in e-learning were on the agenda at a conference for teachers hosted by Bolto...

3D digital libraries put to the test

St Swithun's School has been exploring an innovative use of digital resources to enhance the l...

Asset stripping

Hugh Bessant has some advice for schools wanting to dispose of their unwanted or out-of-date I...

Building codes for the future

AOL UK launches YouBuild competition to inspire kids to code and build a website for their sch...

Wifi upgrade for Berkshire school

Nineteenth-century Bradfield College is deploying the latest in twenty-first-century wireless ...

At what cost?

Rebecca Paddick asks the roundtable, how can the education sector invest in the best technolog...

Inspiring digital leaders

Girls' Day School Trust and Discovery Education inspire future digital leaders at South Hampst...

WATCH: The best ways to teach coding

Codio launches 'Ask the Experts' video series on the best ways of teaching computer science an...

Digital youth of the future

Education Technology spoke to Virgin Media at the recent BETT show to find out more about its ...

Safeguarding our future

'€œiGeneration'€ considers online safety as important as new technology, according to new sur...

Teaching with tablets

One of the UK'€™s oldest independent schools for girls is staging an event to explore the newe...

NTU brings gaming into the classroom

School pupils will soon be creating their own video games in the classroom, as part of a new p...

Bolton school youngsters issued iPads

Bolton School has issued iPads to even its very youngest pupils, for use during the school day...

Frog unveils primary school partners

Frog Education has launched a range of new partnerships that will provide more support for pri...

Who's afraid of the dark?

John Ronane believes that a lack of prior computing experience is no reason for teachers to st...

Pity the poor supplier

A brief peek inside the engine room of ICT sales company IDNS, by Wireless Division Manager, S...

Staying on the right side of the law

Ensuring that your website is legal can be an education in its own right, says lawyer Nichola ...

Upping the digital ante

iPads have helped RGS prep schools in Worcester to bring a new dimension to their digital lear...

Vlog's away!

The recently appointed new headmaster at Loretto School has gone in front of the camera and jo...

Over the horizon

What's in store for the education sector over the next 12 months, and how can we best prepare ...

PM launches Hour of Code

Prime Minster David Cameron launches The Hour of Code at a Downing Street event, where 50 chil...

New cloud framework for schools

BT and SWGfL partnership will deliver education cloud services via a new framework, offering s...

When old meets new

Traditional learning is meeting the digital age as one of the UK's oldest independent schools ...

SMART Interactive Board 885ix2

Combining the simplicity of a whiteboard with the power of a computer, and lets you deliver dy...

Should schools be doing more?

Paul Evans, Managing Director of Redstor asks, should schools be doing more to prevent cyber b...

The IT squad

Tearing your hair out over ICT issues? Paul Bruce provides his top tips for planning and deliv...

The benefits of moving to the cloud

Most schools have been cautious about moving to the cloud, but it is now a tried and tested so...

Careers advice forum for school kids

Careers guidance charity Adviza teams up with Success at School to launch an online careers ad...

Enhancing the digital classroom

Dave Saltmarsh, educational evangelist at JAMF Software, on how mobile device management tools...

Making to participate

Effective digital participation can only come when you understand how the technologies you are...

Classroom connectivity

Natalie Duffield, CEO of intechnologyWiFi, discusses how we can solve the connectivity problem...

Speaking the cyber bully's language

Jonathan Valentine, CEO of Impero Software, shares how understanding terms used online is cruc...

Twitter makes teen girls happier

Twitter makes teenage girls happier than Facebook according to research conducted by the Unive...