AI in the classroom

6th January 2020

Does AI have a place in the classroom? What is it? How do you feel about it? Artificial intelligence is well on its way to becoming a staple of the classroom – so much so [read more]

The impact of ‘always on’ technology

3rd January 2020

David Price, CEO and workplace wellbeing expert at Health Assured, highlights some of the issues with the ‘always on’ technology culture we live in Technology is everywhere. Just 10 years ago, smartphones were beginning to [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]

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]

Scanning for educational improvement

18th November 2019

Sponsored How can scanning make a difference in your school? For Wakefield Girls’ High School in West Yorkshire, technology had moved so fast that what was once an adequate arrangement for student use was beginning [read more]

It’s all about perspective

18th November 2019

Royden Gothelf of RightICT explores how to get a whole-school perspective on what is needed, ICT-wise, and what areas to invest in In work and at home there is a reliance on technology; it is [read more]

Managing change as a project

14th October 2019

Royden Gothelf, director of RightICT, breaks down how to tackle a big change in technology when it inevitably comes The school is a busy place – every day is timetabled and carefully planned, and every [read more]

Girls are closing the STEM gender gap

4th October 2019

Research by Fresh Student Living has revealed that girls and woman are beginning to close the STEM gender gap According to recent findings from UCAS, women in the UK are 35% more likely to go [read more]

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