Main trends 12.4 million certificates were awarded in GCSE, AS, A level and vocational and other qualifications available for award in England over the academic year 2016 to 2017 (October 2016 to September 2017). The organisations with the largest ma..
The physical and virtual elements of today’s higher education learning environment place greater emphasis on the effective and efficient experience of learners. Technology enables their 24/7 learning world to progress quicker information translation ..
12.4 million certificates were awarded in GCSE, AS, A level and vocational and other qualifications available for award in England over the academic year 2016 to 2017 (October 2016 to September 2017).
The organisations with the largest ..
Shutterstock.We may be living in the digital age, but reading books is still a big part of growing up. And the books that young people read – and how difficult they are – can have a massive impact on their ability to understand exam questions, tell f..
A letter from Lisa Mannell, Regional Schools Commissioner for South-West England, to the members and trustees of St Anthony’s Trust setting out her concerns about St Anthony’s Academy.
The Commissioner has given written notice of the Secretary of St..
Are you concerned about the impact social media and screen-use are having on young people? If so, MPs are looking to hear your thoughts.
The Commons Science and Technology Committee has announced an inquiry into the impact of social media and screen..
Updated: Added guidance for using the inspection data summary report (IDSR) for 16 to 19 and removed documents about the old inspection dashboard.
The Inspection Data Summary Report (IDSR) replaces the old inspection dashboard. Log in to Analyse Sch..
‘Collages manage to satisfy all of my madness. I’m able to make these obsessive things but then I’m also able to make these very strong statements… in my mind they have a very strong particular resonance; there’s sort of a power.’
Wangechi Mutu (Keny..
I was lucky to work at the European iPad Conference just before half term and got to meet some amazing educators while I was there. It was a really great event and I was able to spend some time meeting and chatting with some of the attendees and presenters including Monica Burns who authors all things @ClassTechTips!
With that in mind, episode 2 of the ICT Evangelist podcast is now live!
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Monica Burns – @ClassTechTips
Michael McGlade – @mcglaysia
Kimberly House – @techiehouse
Suzanne Lustenhower – @msluss
Gerald Oudman – @GeraldOudman – Rotterdam International Secondary School
Tisja Haak, Denise De Lange and Kim Ottenhoff – De Cirkel Amstelveen school
I hope you tune in!
The new Secretary of State for Education, Damian Hinds, has made addressing workload one of his top three priorities. The public perception of teachers wasting time needlessly filling in form after form grasps the issue but misses the point. It’s not..