Today's blended learning approach of remote and in-class teaching means that now more than ever, education is reliant on technology. So now is the time to consider if your IT infrastructure is working well for your school, staff and students 

Computer Science teachers and computing lead teachers in primary schools share their tips about how to make remote education work, and what changes are here to stay

EduTech Show 2018 is at the cutting edge of the changes happening in the digital and educational world. Here’s a closer look at some of the event’s keynote speakers

John Jackson, CEO at London Grid for Learning, talks to Education Business about digital innovation and how organisations can future proof their technology purchases

Digital skills for learning, life and work

The Digital Schools Awards programme for secondary schools in Scotland aims to create the next generation of informed, responsible and resilient digital citizens

Practical assessments in computer science will no longer go towards pupils' GCSE grades from this summer or next, following concerns of malpractice. So what lead to this decision?

Making the UK the safest place to be online

Hannah Broadbent, deputy CEO of Childnet shares why it’s important than ever for all schools to make online safety a priority

How to enhance education with AI

BESA’s Cleo Fatoorehchi examines the AI market and ways the technology can be used in the classroom

Immersed in technology

Schools are acquiring more mobile technologies and using them to enhance learning experiences in all subjects, not solely computing

Where’s the confidence in coding?

Education Business looks at what support is out there from the technology industry to help teachers teach coding effectively

Teaching in another dimension

The use of virtual reality and immersive learning technology is growing in schools as it allows teachers to explain difficult‑to‑grasp concepts and take pupils to places that they couldn’t normally go

How to make tech education fit for purpose

Teaching computing well requires degree-level knowledge of the subject, but with tech firms also fighting for computing professionals, schools need to be creative about sourcing talent

Increasing uptake of computer science

The growing digital economy in the UK continues to require more high-quality computer science graduates, a need that will not be met without more coming through schools.

Technology is changing all the time. But what remains the same is the need for an IT strategy that considers the desired outcomes for learners and teachers, writes Neil Watkins from Think IT

Unleashing the potential of EdTech

The start of a new school year is a favourable time to review technology trends in education and consider those that will help you achieve learning and teaching goals, writes BESA's Caroline Wright