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Technology

Fuelling ambitions

Tim Weston says Oakham School is inspiring the world's future designers - one trip at a time

A different kind of science

Kirsty Burridge discusses how Truro successfully introduced Computer Science at GCSE

From chalkboard to iPad

Chris Neath looks at the process of transitioning to a digital classroom

The growing power of apprenticeships

A sixth form student from St Helen and St Katharine has won a place on a prestigious Google ap...

Oundle space challenge marks new SciTec partnership

Oundle School collaborates with Imperial College London for STEM event in new SciTec building

Edtech: generating income for UK schools

By Dr Mark Abell and Roger Bickerstaff of Bird & Bird

UK business must work harder with schools to boost STEM

Building stronger links with teachers will help UK businesses support growth in STEM subjects ...

Ebooks: telling a positive story

Electronic courseware holds great potential to reach the reluctant learner, says Neil Georgeso...

7 new trends in edtech

RM Education's annual REAL event revealed some interesting new themes and trends in technology...

University of East Anglia launches new Q&A platform

The interactive website will help prospective students pick a university

Kuato launches new Dino Tales app

Dino Tales Jr encourages young storytellers through creative play

Health and safety: The key to the digital classroom

With electronics a big part of the classroom, Chris Neath looks at ways to create a culture of...

The great tech expectations of Generation Z

StudentCom research reveals 83 per cent of 15 to 18 year-olds can't live without the internet ...

GDST launches family e-safety campaign

Put yourself in your children's shoes to support young people online, says head of leading gir...

IET invites young members to its board

For first time in its 145-year history, the Institution of Engineering and Technology recently...

Make your mark

Paper watermarking can add a subtle yet confident branding message underpinning the values of ...

Year nine student creates MP3 player for Tim Peake

Portsmouth High student's code to be sent to the International Space Station after winning Ast...

Top tips on using technology for student engagement

Janice Prandstatter, Promethean Teaching and Learning Consultant, explains her top five tips f...

Mind the gap

Proven strategies for improving the performance of pupil premium students

Collaborate and listen

How can you join up hardware and software so that all classroom technology functions together?...

Head in the clouds?

The education sector remains tied to a physical use of computing and hardware while we embrace...

The digital generation

ROUNDTABLE: How do we go about closing the new 'digital divide' between students and their tea...

Overcoming the edtech obstacles

Purchasing and implementing new educational technology can be more of a hurdle than it seems, ...

Supporting STEM during summer

Karen Baynes looks at how activity day camps can inspire the next generation of STEM professio...

Top of the Classlist

Independent schools solve data protection problems using a parent communications platform

From Scratch to Python

There is an obvious gap between simplified programming environments and the more complicated t...

Is mobile technology changing the way teachers work?

Tablet devices are used in a growing number of schools. Julie Booth asks if mobile tech could ...

Safe surfing

Paul Oldham has some top tips to help children stay safe online

A problem shared

The ICT and education industry need to work together to make sure best practice is easily shar...

Reading into it

Innova Design Solutions say bookless libraries could sweep education within a generation

STEM: the passport to top university places

Research shows students with STEM A-levels are more likely to attend best universities, with e...

One hacker in every classroom

National survey reveals digitally literate teens able to code and hack

From page to screen

Bridging the gap between traditional and digital handwriting in a learning environment

Benenden's internet equipment is UK school first

Benenden School is the first in the country to have its own high-speed fibre broadband exchang...

The collaborative approach to education

The concept of the collaborative classroom was, until recently, just a theory, says Simon Harb...

Age of machines

From exploring the universe to picking up dog poo - what 11 year-olds say robots will be doing...

How can wearable tech make its mark in education?

From creating engaging learning experiences to recording lessons, wearable tech has arrived in...

Childnet launches e-safety film competition

E-safety charity launches Childnet Film Competition to encourage young people to create a shor...

Today's the day for the micro:bit

One million pocket-sized, codeable computers will be given to every single Year 7 pupil in the...

The evolution of language revision

Secondary school languages teacher Cyprien Marie discusses how GCSE students can revise langua...