Change management is about a clear vision for the future, and a process that makes it happen. Sarah Morgan and Sally Lanni describe how they deeply embedded Edtech, and transformed teaching and learning in the process, in their once under-achieving Midlands school
Al Kingsley, MD at NetSupport, reflects on the impact of class management technologies
AI is already having a big impact on education and many are predicting the various ways in which the robots will take over the world. Professor Rose Luckin looks at the current state of play and suggests a new model of intelligence for educators that focuses on the importance of being human.
Creating Digital Materials can be time consuming and overwhelming, but it doesn’t need to be. Digital learning specialist Daniel Scott offers guidance on using H5P to easily create interactive activities while on a budget.
Algebra is not often a concept we often think of for KS1 pupils, but Alison Parish has found that laying some foundations early on can make a big difference. In the first of this two-part series, she outlines some great ways of using the Grid Algebra software to help pupils in year 1 and 2 develop their numeracy skills.
Microsoft Education is one of the giants leading the tech revolution in education. Our editor caught up with Chris Rothwell, Director of Education for Microsoft in the UK during January’s Bett conference. In this interview, Chris talks about what he sees as the most important issues facing educators today and talks about some of the ways Microsoft is addressing these challenges.
The blogosphere is alive and well with resources and innovative ideas on using tech in education. In this regular feature we highlight five blogs on edtech that are worth checking out.
According to leading analyst, Gartner, £19bn is expected to be spent globally on educational technology by 2019. But will our children be better prepared to succeed in the future? Will they possess the necessary skills to thrive in an even more digitalised world?
The editorial for Digital Learning 1.1
Connecting the enlivening capabilities of computers to the spirit of schools rejuvenate the RE curriculum. Professor Julian Stern gives some tips for bringing the digital age to the religious sphere.
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