How’s 2019 treating you? It’s always hard to go back to work after a break, so here’s this week’s best of the web round-up with the most interesting education, making, and technology content to help you beat the January blues.
This year we’re taking over the Bett Arena to host our Learning by Making event for educators, makers, and technology enthusiasts.
Article by Alex Beard “Schooling is not the same as learning,” wrote the authors of the World Bank’s World Development Report for 2018, the first of its kind to be devoted entirely to education. I know what they mean. A decade ago I grabbed an English syllabus and headed off to teach at a south […]
Got a book token in your stocking this Christmas and not sure what to spend it on? Don’t worry, we’ve rounded up some of the best books exploring the past, present and future of making, education and technology. Get these on your bookshelf. Mindstorms: children, computers, and powerful ideas If pi-top had a patron saint […]
As 2018 comes to an end, we look back at some of this year’s highlights.
Welcome to the last weekly-round up for 2018! As always, we’ve collected the best education, maker and technology content that has given us food for thought this week.
This year we’ve shared many wonderful stories about educators, makers and technology enthusiasts from all over the world on our blog. And so looking back (and according to our stats) these are the ones you enjoyed, shared and read the most.
2018 is almost over, which means that Bett 2019 is fast-approaching! Taking place from January 23-26, 2019 at the London ExCel exhibition centre, Bett is the world’s largest annual education technology trade show, and we’ve got loads of exciting things planned. Here are a few reasons why you should visit us on stand C200.
Welcome to another week of ‘what we’ve been reading’, our weekly round-up of the latest education, making, and learning stories.
Article by Cathy N. Davidson The conventional wisdom about 21st-century skills holds that students need to master the STEM subjects –science, technology, engineering, and mathematics – and learn to code as well because that’s where the jobs are. It turns out that is a gross simplification of what students need to know and be able […]