Everything is always new in education technology. But the release of a new “EdTech Strategy” from just makes me feel even older than I already do – I remember the release of the last one, in 2005. Wonkhe reports
The use of technology in education will be transformed by a new Government strategy published today to reduce teacher workload, boost student outcomes and help level the playing field for those with special needs and disabilities. GOV.UK reports.
- Being kind to others and not having enough to eat tops list of issues that UK children are most concerned about in 2019 -
- Over 90% of children wish they could invent something to make the world a better place –
- Disney UK has joined forces with Little Inventors to encourage kids to channel their creativity and imaginations to come up with invention ideas that could help change the world –
Members of the country’s largest teaching union, the Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS), voted to accept the Scottish Government’s deal staggered over three years – bringing talk of further strike action to an end. STV reports.
It transports users to amazing new worlds, it's a great tool for teaching life skills, and it's been shortlisted for multiple awards. This is an exciting new piece of technology, but it's a big investment, and you want to know more before you purchase one for your classroom.
When I was a deputy, I can remember sitting down with the headteacher to begin the sifting process for a teaching position that had been advertised for our school. We had over 200 applications. The Primary Head writes in Teachwire.