With more schools investing in tablets, BESA director Caroline Wright examines recent research to find out how schools are using the technology and what factors affect successful implementation

BESA’s 16th annual ‘ICT in UK State Schools’ research foresees that funding and investment in technology will reach an all-time high. But what should schools and academies consider before investing? BESA’s director Caroline Wright shares her top tips

Ed McEvoy, CEO at County Offaly Vocational Educational Committee, explains how the local authority in the Irish Midlands is responsible for five rural secondary schools but overcomes the challenges of delivering education to each site using the very latest in communication tools

The Educational App Store explores the potential that smartphones, tablets and apps have on improving education.

BESA’S director Caroline Wright examines what areas of technology schools are putting money into, and dishes out advice on what to consider before making an investment

What do schools need to consider when introducing a successful tablet one-to-one scheme? 
Mark Orchison, managing director of 9ine Consulting, examines the issue

Teaching computer science within a rounded computing curriculum that includes digital literacy is now regarded as of paramount importance by the Department for Education. Bill Mitchell, director of BCS Academy of Computing explains why this is short of miraculous

Education Secretary Michael Gove highlighted three ways in which technology is profoundly changing education, in his speech at Bett 2013

Schools are uniquely placed to engage with children and young people about how to stay safe online. However with issues such as cyberbullying and ‘sexting’, teachers and pupils alike can find it difficult to talk about. Children’s charity the NSPCC gives advice on how to approach the issue.

BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, is looking for would-be computer science teachers to take up the new scholarship scheme announced recently by Michael Gove. The scheme, which has the backing of major industry names including Microsoft, IBM, BT, Facebook, Meta Switch Networks and Ocado, aims to help meet the urgent need for computer science teachers. Bill Mitchell, director of BCS Academy of Computing, explains the latest developments in the aim to change the ICT curriculum

Cyberbullying hurts people in new and deeper ways than traditional bullying, and the proliferation of mobile devices and 24/7 internet connectivity exacerbates the problem. Adrienne Katz, author of a new book entitled Cyberbullying and e-safety: what educators need to know, presents the findings of The Cybersurvey, an online questionnaire which gathered responses from 9000 young people.

The unprecedented growth rate of tablet computers in corporate and consumer markets is spreading steadily to schools, according to research from the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA). Caroline Wright, director, BESA provides us with an outline of the research findings and offers her advice to schools. Plus a look at the latest tablets available.

Caroline Wright, newly appointed director at The British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) provides a summary of the recent changes since the arrival of the coalition government and looks to the future of technology in education.

Where next in the bid to change the ICT curriculum? asks David Clarke MBE, Chief Executive Officer, BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT

It is hoped the £22 bare bones computer launched in March, the Raspberry Pi, will encourage children to take up programming. It has already captured the imagination of many technology enthusiasts.