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Painting pictures with data

Paul Dredge explains how Power BI makes data interactive and brings your information to life

The potential of printing

When it comes to 3D printing, we've barely scratched the surface in terms of educational adopt...

A 3D vision

ET Editor Rebecca Paddick asks the rountable: Can 3D printing take education to another dimens...

Back to school safe and secure

Calibre Secured Networks Ltd's Graeme Walker considers choosing an MDM solution in the light o...

Back to school in the digital age

Chris Neath says modern 'back to school' preparations are about more than a new pencil case

Robo Wunderkind to launch new App

The Vienna-based hardware start-up has raised $500,000 to extend its retail reach

Education through IoT

Fujitsu launches Operation Innovation Competition

Study and music; a promising combination

George Hammond-Hagan, founder of Studytracks, explains how edtech is improving the study metho...

School reveals state-of-the-art Science Centre

ACS Hillingdon unveils plans for new Science Centre and welcomes new Head of School

First Mobile Digital Classroom to be unveiled

Samsung's Mobile Digital Classroom concept to be showcased at V&A Digital Design Weekend

Making the move to digital

Allie Palmer from MINTclass looks at why it's important for teachers to move to digital planni...

Minecraft Education Edition available from November

Microsoft has announced that the full version of Minecraft: Education Edition will be availabl...

GDST launches online courses with FutureLearn

Girls' Day School Trust partners with FutureLearn to offer free, online CPD courses for teache...

STEM experts launch rocket car comp

World's largest STEM Initiative The BLOODHOUND Project launches Race for the Line rocket car c...

Small flowers crack concrete

Andy Hutt discusses some of the online tools which could make a real difference to teaching an...

Clifton High School goes for a one-vendor approach with OKI

Parents say school websites aren't up to scratch

New report finds that one in four parents think their child's school website needs improvement...

Roald Dahl goes digital

Discovery Education launches new activities to mark anniversary of Roald Dahl's birth

Building your digital school

Geoff Millington discusses how schools can make their websites more engaging and search-engine...

Virtual reality for education: accessible for all

The Edtech Podcast looks at virtual reality and its uses for education

The most digitally connected academic year on record

Richard Agnew looks at how the education sector must prepare for the most connected academic y...

STEM boost at GCSE level

Rise in numbers of students taking Computing, Engineering and ICT prompts hopes over UK skills...

Students given a taste of engineering in Gloucestershire

Global engineering company Renishaw gave students the chance to work for them for a week in Ju...

AR in education: on the cusp of mass use

The pros of augmented reality are very exciting for cutting edge teachers and educators, says ...

Augmented Reality: GO

As the world is swept by Pokémon fever, Alice Savage investigates how AR tech can be used to ...

Collaborate and listen

Put down the whiteboard markers and flip the classroom - today's pupils want to break away fro...

Coming soon to the big screen

Nicola Yeeles examines imaginative touchscreen teaching from across the education sector

How the study of emojis lead to a place at Oxford

One A-level student's Extended Project Qualification gained her an A*, cementing her place on ...

Top tips to teach coding in schools

By Amy Box, Head of Schools Liaison, Codio

Is online bullying replacing traditional bullying?

By Sam Pemberton, CEO of Impero Software

BYOD: From the living room to the classroom

Chris Neath from Lapcabby looks at introducing personal devices to education

ET August/September issue out now!

The August/September edition of Education Technology magazine, is now available to view, for f...

Anyone can code!

Tech industry urged to give back for National Coding Week 2016

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...

More than just an education

Being a great school requires more than just providing the best possible education; it require...

Using technology to raise attainment

With each wave of progression, schools must carefully consider the impact of new technologies ...

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 ...