ICTfE Bett 2016 PreView eNewsLetter

Bett 2016 promotes edtech innovation and practical implementation

LEGO Education brings computing to life with WeDo 2.0

Capita SIMS offers an assessment solution for life after levels

3P Learning adds science app to software portfolio

BlueSky Education updates school performance solution
 

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Capita SIMS offers marking on the move

5-a-day Fitness plans live demos and competitions

MUV introduces bird interaction technolog

LapSafe introduces Diplomat PIN lockers

Fuze offers training and a prize draw

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Bett awards

Lego Education adds app for Mindstorms EV3

Renaissance Learning offers STAR assessment software

Eaglemoss makes 3D printing accessible

iboss Network Security Support Sweyne Park School

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Casio prize draw promises 15 winners of projectors

Promethean introduces ClassFlow for Schools

Texthelp showcases tablet versions of Read&Write

Sahara adds Cleverstore to Clevertouch Plus

CPC argues for business input to Computing curriculum

 

 

 

 

 

ICTfE 2015 Bett Preview

Bett 2015 hosts 700 product and service providers

Capita SIMS introduces assessment solution

EducationCity adds Computing to primary platform

Bretford brings PowerSync+ products to UK market

Ovum highlights technologies for higher education at EdTech 2015

 

 

 

 

 

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ARTICLES

Only 1 per cent of the population see education as the country’s most important issue

The TES is reporting that education and schools are less likely to be named as important than unemployment and housing.

School funding cuts will damage economy, city councils warn

The TES is reporting that local authorities based in cities across the UK have urged education secretary Justine Greening to invest an extra £335 million in education, to avoid harming the economy or children’s education.