School management

The Education Show 2014

6 March 2014

The Education Show returns to Birmingham later this month when teachers can access a range of free CPD, keynote speakers and more than 350 educational suppliers. We take a look at what’s on for 2014.


The dos and don'ts of flipping your classroom

23 January 2014

The flipped learning approach is becoming increasingly popular with teachers. Penny Humm has embraced the concept in her classroom and discusses some dos and don’ts to help get you started.


A Twitter guide for schools

23 January 2014

The use of Twitter by schools, teachers and within education continues to grow rapidly. For those thinking about getting involved, Lindsay Plumpton offers a start-up guide for making the most of Twitter.


Computing: A busy year ahead for schools

16 January 2014

The countdown is well under way towards the new computing curriculum. Bob Harrison considers the challenges facing schools in 2014 – both with computing and wider use of technology – and discusses the support available for computing to help schools hit th


SecEd Guide To: Learning Management Systems

16 January 2014

SecEd's latest Guide To looks at how a Learning Management System (LMS) can improve the quality of teaching and learning and includes advice on Flipped Learning, CPD and a checklist of things to look out for when purchasing an LMS.


Safer Internet Day 2014

16 January 2014

Next month, Safer Internet Day offers an opportunity for schools to engage students and families with online safety. Hannah Broadbent offers some ideas for taking part.


The Bett Show 2014 – A SecEd Guide

5 December 2013

The Bett Show 2014 takes place once again from January 22 to 25 next year. SecEd's free annual 32-page guide to the world's largest technology event offers a full preview of the exhibition, CPD, seminars and workshops.


Avoiding the pitfalls of tablet leasing and procurement

28 November 2013

With many schools moving to one-to-one handheld devices, new leasing and finance schemes are emerging. Valerie Thompson outlines some of the risks – and lists the questions you must ask before signing up.



Do you have an edtech idea?

17 October 2013

Teachers are being invited to pitch their ideas for new education technologies at a series of free Dragon’s Den-style workshops. Anna Pedroza explains.



Avoiding the pitfalls of Bring Your Own Device

10 October 2013

Recent research into tablets in schools shows that adoption continues to rise. Caroline Wright and Michal Stein consider the implications of the findings, including legal pitfalls for schools.


Guide To: Mobile Learning

3 October 2013

SecEd's latest Guide To takes a look how schools can implement a successful mobile learning programme. Free to download, it includes a range of advice and tips for school leaders, ICT technicians and teachers.


The VLE evolution

3 October 2013

Virtual learning environments have evolved in recent years since their mass roll-out under the last government – and so have schools’ demands for what systems must provide. Joseph Mathewson explains.


Ideas for podcasting in schools

26 September 2013

Making and using podcasts is relatively easy but can have a great impact on many areas of school life and student learning. Angela Youngman takes a look at what’s possible.


Ideas for using the Raspberry Pi

12 September 2013

Raspberry Jam is a global community of people who work with and develop practice using the Raspberry Pi. Its founder, school principal Alan O’Donohoe, explains why you should consider the credit card-sized computer and how it can best be used in the class



BYOD: Bridging the gap

5 September 2013

Chris Wiseman explores why schools might embrace BYOD and looks at some issues of implementation.


Engaging parents using social media

27 June 2013

Continuing her series on social media for education, Jennifer Begg looks at how schools can use social networking to engage with their parents.


Ensuring students' online safety

20 June 2013

In the third of her series of articles on social media and digital tools, Jennifer Begg looks at the key questions and issues we must discuss with students to help them behave appropriately online.


BYOD and data security in schools

20 June 2013

With the increasing popularity of Bring Your Own Device programmes, Darren Pepper considers how schools might manage data security and e-safety.


Free online tools for education

13 June 2013

Continuing her series of articles on the effective use of social media and digital tools by schools, Jennifer Begg looks at some free online resources that might prove useful to teachers.



SecEd Guide To... Web-filtering & e-safety

9 May 2013

SecEd's latest Guide To focuses on effective e-safety and web-filtering in schools. We look at best practice, Acceptable Use Policies, bring your own device schemes, and meeting Ofsted criteria.


Good tech, good teaching

9 May 2013

The balance between good technology and good teaching is crucial if we are make the most of 21st century learning environments. Rachel Jones looks at how schools might achieve this balance.

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