As series two of our podcast gathers pace, we meet TV presenter and engineer Fran Scott, to talk LEGO, the Royal Institution Christmas Lectures, blowing stuff up, and why we all love to build.
As you might have heard, we’ve recently launched a new product, the pi-top . And so now we have a family as opposed to just one or two products, we thought it a good time to tidy up our product names. Here then, is a quick explainer of the pi-top family.
Bett 2019 highlighted a continuing and worrying trend – far too many ‘EdTech’ companies focusing on the Tech rather than the Ed.
When the USSR launched Sputnik 1 sixty one years ago in October 1957, hotly followed by Sputnik 2 the following month, it signalled the start of the Space Race.
When a teacher got in touch after listening to episode 3 of We Make the Future, what he showed us blew us away.
In the latest episode of We Make The Future we meet Zoe Philpott, whose one woman show celebrates the life and work of Ada Lovelace. The lack of diversity in the history of technology and science is a cause for great concern, and a subject we’ve looked at before in our podcast. If there aren’t […]
Episode 6 of We Make the Future explores using video in the classroom, and how we can turn children’s love of screens into a creative force. Dominic Traynor used to be a primary school teacher. After pushing his class hard to exceed their targets for two and a half terms he thought he’d let them […]
In episode 5 of We Make The Future, we explore just that, the future. Mark Stevenson describes himself as a reluctant futurologist, but his work helping companies, governments, and NGOs with future narratives, institutional innovation and learning means, reluctant or not, he’s uniquely placed to tell us what’s coming.
In this guest post, we find out how STEAM helps children in hospital not only keep learning, but also aid their recovery.
In the latest episode of our podcast, We Make The Future, we explore physical movement and embodied learning (listen here).