Sunday 23 April, 2017

A couple of weeks ago Iraq banned the internet. It’s not a joke; they really did. But this isn’t as sinister as it sounds...
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In June 2015, Ofsted announced that it was launching new changes to the way it inspects early years provision, schools, and further education and...
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Sometimes the gods smile upon disruptive nostalgists. It’s not every day you are invited to attend a gathering of maverick teachers, for example. It’s even...
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At bee-it, we are often asked for unbiased research and reviews into educational technology products to help companies develop fantastic solutions for the...

A recent survey on teachers’ understanding of the Government’s new accountability measures, Progress 8 and Attainment 8, has revealed that over 35 per cent...

A couple of weeks back, several UK newspapers and many tech websites reported on the findings of a recent study which indicates that the use of...

Gamification is not new to our classrooms. Classrooms are the real games fields, the only change of late is that teachers may be deliberately instigating...
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I was considerably cheered earlier this year to find out that I had already stumbled into one of those mythical 'jobs that don't exist...
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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.

The Education Show 2015 returns to the NEC, Birmingham on 19 to 21 March and is once against set to address the needs of education professionals across the country, this year with an increased focus on technology.