Monday 21 August, 2017

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...

Sal McKeown is a writer and freelance journalist specialising in education. Sal has taught in schools and colleges, supporting students with the full range of...
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IT asset management system, Deep Freeze, is now available as a fully hosted cloud subscription service, distributor ITS has announced.

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Sharing best practice. Sharing next practice. Glib phrases that roll off the tongue. But sometimes at CPD events it is difficult to share some...

3D printing (a process for making a physical object from a three-dimensional digital model, typically by laying down many successive thin layers of a...
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A Belfast university has installed classroom management solution, NetSupport School, across its campus to ensure lecturers have the ability to monitor and support students in real time.

DigiExam, the online exam and assessment platform for schools, has today launched its #TeacherTimeMachine campaign, designed to highlight the amount of time spent on manually creating...
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Education technology charity, Apps for Good, which equips students with the skills to design and make apps that solve real-world problems, has this...
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The team behind the award-winning online markbook Classroom Monitor have produced a free white paper for schools which explores how Ofsted inspections will change under the National Curriculum 2014.

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Apps for Good, the free education programme dedicated to closing the digital skills gap, has announced 18 teams of students as finalists in the Apps for Good Awards, to be held on 18 June at the Barbican in London.

The national Apps for Good Awards celebrate the next generation of problem solvers and digital-makers, young people who are creating apps to change their world for good. The 18 finalist teams, made up of students aged 12-19, will now compete in one of six thematic categories for the chance to work with experts and see their apps come to life.