Mark Chambers, CEO of Naace, interviewed a selection of head teachers about the factors they consider when purchasing AV technologies for their school, how they manage curriculum development and what they’ve found to work in their classrooms.
Mobile and connected technology is playing an increasingly important role in teaching. Mary Palmer, director of Techknowledge for Schools, shares the charity’s recent findings and examples from the heart of the digital classroom.
Better maintenance of equipment can optimise its value and save money in the long run. Caroline Wright, director general designate of the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA), shares advice from its member organisations to help schools extend the life of computers and accessories
The recent security flaw in Impero’s school internet security software had the potential to expose an entire network of school data to theft and exploitation. In this article, Drew Buddie, chair of Naace discusses the importance of protecting and managing students’ data effectively
CESG, the information security arm of the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), has released its paper ‘E-Security: Managing and maintaining e-security/cyber-security in schools’. Education Business analyses how schools can ensure protection by adopting basic cyber security procedures
The London Grid for Learning (LGfL), a community of 2,500 schools, academies and local authorities which benefit from the bulk buying of Internet connectivity in London Boroughs, has launched TRUSTnet – a nationwide service which enables substantial savings plus a range of essential resources
Launched in February 2012, more than 5 million Raspberry Pi units have been sold, but the diminuitive computers’ beginning was plagued by availability and distribution issues, and so the revolutionary device didn’t have a particularly smooth launch. Education Business takes a look at the latest developments in the world of the Raspberry Pi
Mobile devices can be used to create hands-on, immersive and transformative learning. The key is in giving teachers the knowledge and skills to introduce mobile devices into their classroom, advises Professor Steve Molyneux, CEO of the Tablet Academy