This year we’re taking over the Bett Arena to host our Learning by Making event for educators, makers, and technology enthusiasts.
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 […]
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.
Welcome to another week of ‘what we’ve been reading’, our weekly round-up of the latest education, making, and learning stories.
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.
Hello friends! Here’s our weekly round-up of the latest and greatest education, making, and learning stories that you should know about.
Busy week? Well if you’ve not had chance to catch up on the latest education, maker and technology news, don’t worry, we’ve got it right here. South Korea’s eight-hour exam marathon When I found out my score was less than what I needed, my heart broke. I felt like I wanted to melt into the […]
Looking for the best in education, learning, making, and technology news? Look no further – here are all the stories you need to know about.
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.