How Technology Is Shaping School and University Classrooms
In our latest guest post from the Educator.co.uk looks into EdTech and how it is revolutionizing the way students are learning and teaching.
5 Ways Digital Learning Has Changed Education
Our new guest article is written by Andy Bell from Tutoring Help, in it he covers the ways digital learning has changed the face of education for the better.
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EdTech Review: JumpRope, The Innovative Testing App
JumpRope stay organised and track pupil and school development more effectively through this free online tool.
EduStaff EdTech Review: PicLits
PicLits, a creative way to get you class thinking and writing.
App Review: Spiral
Spiral is a collaborative app for the classroom that enhances creativity, discussion and engagement.
Teaching and Technology #3: Bring Your Own Device
In our third and final guest post in the Teaching and Technology series Holly Fairbrother, from the blog Exploring Learning, talks us through the importance of school’s encouraging Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programmes.
Free Course on the Future of Education from UCL
Learn more about University College London's free e-learning module 'What Future for Education' .
3 Ways to Improve Parental Engagement
It is no secret that the more involved parents are with their child’s education, the better the child will do. Whether you are a teacher or parent, have a look at these top tips.
Teaching and Technology #2 - The Scourge of Powerpoint
The 2nd instalment of our Teaching and Technology series sees Emma Kell, from the Teacher Support Network, look into how teachers use of digital presentation tools in lessons has changed the way they interact with students.