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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...

Technology loving teens don't make the link with engineering

UK teenagers' interest in technology is top of the world while enthusiasm for engineering has ...

Siemens teams up with GSA to get girls into STEM

Education programme from Siemens and GSA to inspire girls to study more STEM subjects and tack...

The name of the game

Donavan Whyte offers three ways to bring the gaming experience to the classroom

Augment your classroom and bring education to life

Magnetic London says AR can bridge the gap between print and digital, making lessons more inte...

Building the digital classroom of the future

Lynsey Jenkins discusses gamification and the 'device mesh' in edtech

PRP: achieve to receive

Performance-related pay (PRP) can greatly benefit teachers, schools and governing bodies, if i...

Understanding cyber-security

How can teachers lead the way in tackling cyber-security issues to ensure their pupils remain ...

The collaborative classroom of the future

Mobile tech in the classroom encourages students to develop communication, critical thinking, ...

Royal Hospital School becomes Apple-approved centre

Suffolk school to benefit from training and support thanks to new Apple Regional Training Cent...

Summer of Student Innovations launches at today's Digifest

Student competition for new tech tools and ideas launches at Digifest

UK schools embrace technology as pace of evolution increases

Kyocera Document Solutions announces results of its third annual Education Technology report

Stephen Fry leads missing children campaign

Actor and Comedian Stephen Fry leads campaign to make every second count when a child is repor...

A balancing act

Can the education sector realistically invest in edtech while still balancing budgets? ET Edit...

F1 in Schools launch STEM video tutorials

F1 in Schools Learning Channel targets responsive learning with bespoke video tutorials platfo...

Esther Rantzen helps tech charity fundraiser

Dame Esther Rantzen helps Lifelites to spread their magic in new charity fundraising video

LapSafe launches Indigo range at Bett

Space-saving 'charge and sync' device storage range unveiled by LapSafe at Bett Show 2016

A two-way street

Home-school communications can set expectations and build relationships, says ParentMail

Free e-safety course to mark #SID2016

New e-safety course launched by Petra's Planet Share for Safer Internet Day 2016

Safer Internet Day 2016, play your part

Today is Safer Internet Day, which is being marked globally by the theme: 'Play your part for ...

BETT 2016 - takeaways for teachers

If you missed out on a trip to Bett this year, don't worry as Texthelp have brought back some ...

More of the Bard on the BBC

BBC opens its Shakespeare archive to UK schools, colleges and universities

Safer Internet Day 2016

Primary School hosts event with Islington Council and Discovery Education

Is your print costing too much?

Reviewing your print operations in 2016? UTAX (UK) have the solutions

Success for Bolton's computing students

Three A-level computing students reach final of National Rail technology competition

BBC to broadcast Live Lessons

Live Lessons are interactive broadcasts that allow schools to bring the curriculum to life in ...

BYOD: Stronger encryption needed

John Michael discusses the security implications of BYOD as teachers take work home and carry ...

Fujitsu boosts Education Ambassador Programme

Fujitsu announced expansion of Education Ambassador Programme with 20 new education establishm...

Coding on the go with micro:bit

At this year's Bett, Samsung and the BBC had hands-on samples of the soon-to-be-launched micro...

A tech boost in the natural world

Plymouth partnership uses tech to enhance children's understanding of the natural world

Apps for Good winners to launch apps on Google Play

Students develop apps from 'concept to coding to launch' in fifth Apps for Good competition

Bett 2016, full STEAM ahead for edtech

ET Editor Rebecca Paddick returns to the ExCel London for Bett 2016, the leading learning tech...

Wi-Fi in education: what do schools need now?

New devices and teaching styles have lead to more reliance on a good connection, says Perry Co...

First robotics curriculum launched

Robotics curriculum launched at Bett Show to inspire future engineers

Teachers: we want to choose classroom tech

TES survey highlights teacher demand for involvement in selecting tech for the classroom

Education sector makes further moves to combat extremism

Government announces 'co-ordinated response' to safeguarding issues in schools

What can we expect at Bett?

ET editor Rebecca Paddick gets ready for this year's leading learning technology conference an...

Investing in SMART tech

With so much choice in the technology market, it's important to invest wisely, says Colin Bosh...

New app set to boost children's reading skills

Primary school teacher and Plymouth graduate creates new app to improve children's reading ski...