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e-Learning Update

The ICT update that tackles the issues directly affecting education professionals in primary and secondary schools today.
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In issue 54

Bett 2016!

Bett, the world’s leading event for learning technology, returns to ExCel London on 20- 23 January 2016. Now in its 32nd year, the four-day event is once again set to provide education professionals with an opportunity to see, touch and test the latest and most ground-breaking technologies, providing them with a taste of how those tools can be used to revolutionise learning and boost school performance.

Also in this issue

How 3D printing technology is changing lessons in schools
In comparison, 3D printing’s role in education can perhaps seem small. Yet its place in the classroom is having some of the greatest effects on people’s lives as the next generation learns to mould and manipulate the technology to feed their creativity

Practical SEO tips for school websites
Parents looking for the best place to send their child to school will often now start with an internet search. But with the mass of information filling pages and pages of search results, how can you help your school stand out from the crowd? Darren Ryan offers practical advice on how to optimise your school website for search engines.

How will Virtual Reality impact education?
A huge wave of technological advancements has and will continue to affect education. Personalised schooling is soon to be transformed by a surge of innovation, but what effect will this have on the way that we learn – and teach?

VLE comparison update
Many schools have by now implemented a virtual learning environment (VLE) - many institutions are even in their second or even third iteration of their centralised delivery system.

ICT and Me
This report by the National Children’s Bureau in Northern Ireland looked at the access, attitudes to, and usage of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and how this impacts attainment in GCSEs.

Exploring Play and Creativity in Preschoolers’ Use of Tablet Apps
In families that own tablet computers, almost a third of children aged under five have their own device, according to this study by the universities of Sheffield and Edinburgh.

Technology – Connected Classrooms
Here we present our top educational apps that are designed to make classroom teaching that bit more fun and group work a tad more time-efficient and organised!

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