What is education technology?

25th February 2020

A recent video explores the role of edtech and how it can be used most effectively in schools across the world In a recent video from David Lee Edtech, Lee – who runs a website [read more]

Bett 2020: the highlights

13th February 2020

We touch on some of the highlights of this year’s Bett show, and introduce Bett’s own overview of the three-day event For three days at the Excel in London (20-22 January), exhibitors and experts discussed [read more]

The edtech revolution

10th February 2020

Edtech’s impact on education continues to grow, and it is revolutionising the sector. However, education is still late to the party, as other sectors are much more technologically advanced. So, what does the edtech revolution [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]

Shopping around for IT

22nd May 2019

When it comes to our personal bills – such as car insurance, mobile phone contract and utilities – we don’t think twice about shopping around for the best deal. So, why aren’t we doing it [read more]

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