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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...

The tech scene

With 2014 coming to a close, Simon Fry looks at what edtech innovations have been trending thi...

Samsung launches coding hub

Samsung Electronics is working with Code Club to open five Coding Hubs across the UK, includin...

Social media targets private schools

Acknowledge Xc, a social media platform which trumpets pupils’ successes, is seeking financi...

Augmented Learning

Poppy Gibson shares a range of easy-to-create examples of Augmented Reality that could be used...

Because I'€™m '€˜appy

Justin Smith, CEO and founder of the Educational App Store, selects the top five educational a...

Vorderman videos have The Maths Factor

Brightcove is to re-launch The Maths Factor, a website that enables primary school-aged pupils...

Prep school goes virtual

Codestone delivers virtualised IT infrastructure and secure data backup for St. Michael's CofE...

Teens use tech to excuse late homework

New research reveals how advancing technology is affecting homework habits in secondary school...

What's trending in edtech? Part 3

In the final instalment, Martin McKay discusses the flipped classroom and why the UK is plumme...

Red Maids'€™ reach for the stars

Renowned astronomer and astrophysicist visits Red Maids’ School and encourages students to r...

What'™s trending in edtech? Part 2

Martin McKay, CEO of Texthelp, looks at plummeting hardware costs and why UK schools will be s...

Duke of York backs edtech

Rebecca Paddick took a trip to Buckingham Palace for the TeenTech Awards ceremony, and also go...

What'™s trending in edtech?

Martin McKay discusses the top seven worldwide trends in edtech coming soon to a school, colle...

WCBS'™ double celebrations

WCBS, supplier of Management Information Systems to Independent Schools, enters 30th year and ...

TeenTech 2015 receives royal boost

TeenTech launches new awards with HRH The Duke of York, as previous winners are already develo...

Peer pressure, pester power, performance

Do you know which devices to buy for your school? Simon Harbridge, CEO of Stone Group, shares ...

2014: a success for edtech?

Rebecca Paddick asks some of the sector's experts what they thought of the tech developments i...

School opens doors to tech

Resident 'Dartmoor ponies' and new technology will boost learning opportunities for pupils at ...

FOTE - watch the live feed here

Education Technology is proud to be a media sponsor of the Future of Technology in Education 2...

Finnish lessons

Despite advances in technology, inspirational teachers remain the key to providing a first-cla...

Transforming the classroom

Nesta invests in education technology set to help young people with autism and a range of lear...

Hard truth to swallow

Jon Valentine, CEO of Impero Software, explains why tablet computers could be harming kids' em...

Sun book boost for literacy levels

The Sun has teamed up with some of the country's most popular children's authors to encourage ...

Could you be a Digital Leader?

Digital leaders at your school: empowering pupils and promoting potential. Poppy Gibson explai...

Risking digital divide

Three-quarters of teachers use technology in most lessons but only 15% are 'totally computer s...

Top school puts lessons on iTunes

Leading independent school is making dozens of its courses available free online, so lessons c...

BBC launch coding guides

The BBC unveil a range of content across Bitesize, CBBC and CBeebies to encourage children to ...

An IT phenomenon

Toby Skerritt, Head of Consultancy Services, Foundation IT, explains all about Virtual Desktop...

Parents unaware of coding changes

Two thirds of parents with primary school children are unaware of the new computing curriculum...

The IT crowd

The Independent Schools'™ Bursars Association (ISBA) reveals the results of its first-ever ICT...

Stand out from the crowd

Engaging with your stakeholders and ensuring you are the first choice for parents and students...

Smartphones top back-to-school gadgets

Smartphones top the list of back to school gadgets, as children as young as six will be headin...