Scaling up education innovation

19th December 2019

According to Lasse Leponiemi, executive director and co-founder of HundrED, scaling up education innovations is slow and laborious – but it’s rewarding in terms of improved learning outcomes There is over a decade’s worth of [read more]

Is enough being spent on edtech?

17th December 2019

A new report explores what the education sector believes are the priorities for education spending – and where edtech ranks How much does your school spend on edtech? What about your MAT? Or your local [read more]

Exploring the GCSE ICT drop

16th December 2019

This month’s Techno Geek – Gary Henderson, ANME member and director of IT at Millfield School – explores why ICT GCSEs have dropped significantly this year, and what comes next The number of students taking [read more]

Edtech through the years

11th December 2019

Edtech is always evolving – but where did it begin? What are some of the landmarks that have allowed technology in the classroom to not only shift, but to stay? Education technology is nothing new. [read more]

How AI is helping transform education

10th December 2019

From personalised learning that takes advantage of AI to adapt teaching methods and materials to the needs of individual students and automated grading that frees teachers from the drudgery of assessing tests so they have [read more]

Keeping your school under lock and key

3rd December 2019

As we all know, advancements in technology are coming thick and fast! What are the latest offerings to ensure you are keeping your school cyber safe? CREDIT: This is an edited version of an article [read more]

Refurbished tech: the pros and cons

25th November 2019

With schools increasingly strapped for cash, what are the pros and cons of using refurbished tech? Paul Gillon, ANME Member and Network Manager at West Hill School, a member of the ANME, explores Traditionally, the [read more]

1 2 3 4 5 23