On 23rd and 24th June, E2BN will be hosting its ever-popular annual conference at The Wyboston Lakes Executive Centre, Bedfordshire. The two-day event will see the likes of Professor Stephen Heppell taking to the stage to share education inspiration and knowledge to over 500 dedicated educators.
Tablet adoption continues to rise in schools, new research from the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) has revealed.
Innovative pupils at Camden School for Girls have set up a page on crowdfunding website, Indiegogo, in order to raise money to put solar panels onto the school roof, helping the school to go green and save some money along the way!
At a time of significant change in the curriculum and the removal of assessment levels, results of the 2014 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Training in Schools research carried out on behalf of the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) has indicated an increasing demand for training in schools.
Over the past year, award-winning online markbook and pupil assessment tool, Classroom Monitor, has released a number of free white papers and guides related to the new National Curriculum and areas of uncertainty within schools.
Having seen a great deal of support for the free downloads, particularly the ‘Ofsted Good to Outstanding’ and ‘Assessing Without Levels: Your Checklist for Change’ white papers, this month Technical Director Chris Scarth aims to demystify assessment models through the latest free download, ‘Creating an Assessment Model for the New Curriculum’.
Only 15 per cent of primary schools are planning to follow the Government’s directive to stop using current assessment ‘levels’ to report pupil attainment, according to new research from the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) published today.
LapSafe Products specialises in securing, storing and charging school ICT to help schools manage their mobile computing. Here, the LapSafe team offers advice on how schools can try to minimise the risk of being targeted and ICT being stolen, a particularly hot topic as we approach the summer holidays...
It has been announced that the popular block building computer game, Minecraft, will be provided to all secondary schools in Northern Ireland for free as part of a project organised by the annual CultureTECH festival, funded by the Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure.