What we've been reading, week 6

Hello friends! Welcome back to another week of ‘what we’ve been reading’, and this week we have a bumper selection of the education, making, and learning stories that you ...
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Fusion skills, not fission skills: shaping a new generation of learning

Keynote at Bett Show 2019 by Dr William Rankin PhD, Founder of Unfold Learning and former Director of Learning & Research at pi-top
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The best Valentine's Day maker projects

Whether you're a member of the lonely hearts club or team love, Valentine's Day is a great opportunity to make something for someone that you love. So this year, stay away from ...
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Haven't we met before? (Re)introducing pi-top [3]

As you might have heard, we’ve recently launched a new product, the pi-top [4]. And so now we have a family as opposed to just one or two products, we thought it a good time to ...
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What we've been reading, week 5

After a short break to attend the Bett Show in London, our weekly round-up is back with the most interesting education, making, and technology content that you need to know ...
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Will EdTech 'snake oil' sellers slip up in 2019?

Bett 2019 highlighted a continuing and worrying trend – far too many 'EdTech' companies focusing on the Tech rather than the Ed.
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The power of the [4]

pi-top’s Chief Education and Product Officer, Graham Brown-Martin opens his desk drawer. Inside sits an early pi-top [4] prototype. It looks like a small, bright green iPad, ...
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What we've been reading, week 3

Time to kick back and catch up on all the education, technology, learning, and maker news you might have missed this week. So without further ado, here’s our weekly best of the ...
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Win a pi-top at Bett 2019!

Last year we had a blast seeing you tweet your best pi-top sticker placements (some awesome examples below). So this year, for Bett 2019, we've decided again to give you the ...
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What is school for?

Article by Graham Brown-Martin My 10-year-old daughter asked my 80-year-old mother what school had been like when she was little. My mother said, “Probably the same”, and while ...
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