Safer Internet Day: February 6, 2018

3 January 2018

Talking about online safety is a vital part of helping children to stay safe in the world today. Hannah Broadbent looks ahead to this year’s Safer Internet Day on February 6

Online safety resources for schools and families

6 December 2017

The UK Safer Internet Centre and the charities that lead its work offer a wealth of advice, support and resources to schools and families about how to keep children safe online. Susie Hargreaves explains more

Apps: Some useful ideas

15 November 2017

There are an array of useful apps out there to help teachers with lessons and in school. Andrew Morgan lists some popular free apps, as recommended by teachers

Wi-fi: The four key considerations

6 September 2017

Richard Nedwich discusses the four key aspects to focus on when considering the effectiveness and efficiency of your school’s wi-fi network

Some practical approaches to e-safety

5 July 2017

A key part of today’s safeguarding agenda is e-safety. Technology expert Terry Freedman lists some of his preferred e-safety resources – for schools, parents and students

The four Ps of cyber-security in schools

14 June 2017

The WannaCry ransomware attack hitting, among others, the NHS has brought into focus the vulnerability of some public services. Online safety expert Claire Stead discusses four key aspects to consider

Activities to tackle hate speech

7 June 2017

Sadly, cyber-bullying and online hate speech is now a part of modern online life, especially on social media. Mark Walker describes some activities that we can use with students to tackle potential problems and raise awareness

Ideas for reducing screen-time

24 May 2017

Following her focus last time on the concerns about the impact of high amounts of screen-time on young people, Karen Sullivan looks at some solutions

Wellbeing: Screen-time and our students

10 May 2017

A lot of the school work children undertake is now online. At the same time there is a range of research raising concerns about the negative impact of too much screen-time. Karen Sullivan takes a look

Augmented reality in education

8 February 2017

Martin Bailey discusses how augmented reality works in practice and how it could be used in classrooms to enhance pupils’ experiences.

Bett 2017: A survival guide

11 January 2017

Following on from his inside tips last week, ICT expert Terry Freedman gives us his survival guide to the 2017 Bett Show, which takes place from January 25 to 28

An insider’s guide to Bett

4 January 2017

The Bett Show is an annual pilgrimage for many teachers. ICT in education expert Terry Freedman gives us his insider’s guide to this year’s event, which takes place later this month

Bett Show 2017 – Your SecEd Guide

8 December 2016

SecEd's annual Bett Show Guide offers 32 pages of preview information to help you prepare for the world's largest educational technology event, which takes place at London's ExCeL from January 25 to 28.

NQTs and technology

14 September 2016

Getting to grips with technology in the classroom will be high on the agenda for many NQTs this term. Sarah Wright offers her advice

Seven ideas for using educational technology

6 July 2016

The recent Rethinking Education and Learning technology summit featured a range of ideas and presentations. Martin Pipe lists seven ideas and trends that he picked up from the event

The legal implications of e-safety

6 July 2016

The challenge of e-safety law is that it is constantly evolving and has many layers. Dr Brian Bandey and Ed Macnair discuss the implications for schools

Moving to digital classrooms

25 May 2016

Coming up with the perfect strategy for adopting and updating technology in your school is a constant challenge. Principal Paul Norton discusses using technology at school: what works, what doesn’t and how to get everyone involved

Technology and SEND education

11 May 2016

For SEND pupils, the effective use of technology has the power to make education more inclusive. Terry Waller offers his thoughts on how technology can best be used in this regard

Effective approaches to flipping their learning

16 March 2016

Jennie Harland reports on new research into flipped learning and identifies what this approach can offer students in terms of more active and personalised learning and improved progress

Online safety threats facing students in 2016

9 March 2016

With Ofsted’s close focus on the online safety of your pupils, what are the key threats and risks that schools must be tackling? Online safety expert Ken Corish advises

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