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Increasing student engagement can be difficult, even for the most experienced of teachers. Uncover fresh ways to create an interactive learning environment; adding extra relevance to your lessons in a way that is both mentally stimulating and fun.
How to use video conferencing in the classroom
Video conferencing lets educators bring the world into their classrooms, helping to create inspiring, interconnected learning...
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How to use 3D printers in the classroom
3D printers are receiving a lot of interest in the educational space, and are frequently cited as a new catalyst for learning....
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Milton Keynes Education Trust leads learning by investing in sustainable education technology
Fuelling education with strong values Milton Keynes Education Trust (MKET) was the first multi-academy trust in Milton Keynes,...
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Collaborative learning vs. cooperative learning: what’s the difference?
When it comes to students working together, the terms collaborative learning and cooperative learning are often used interchangeably....
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The evolution of the front-of-class display
Teachers have long used front-of-class displays to share knowledge and illustrate complex concepts. But with the latest developments in...
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Fighting fake news in the modern classroom
Fake news has crept into the classroom, with more than a third of teachers now seeing false information found online – cited in...
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Digital literacy in the classroom. How important is it?
Never before has there been a more powerful influence on human behavior, irrespective of country or culture, than the combined effect...
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Is technology in education leaving the textbook obsolete?
Pupils learn best when they are immersed in study, through interaction and application, and not from reading a book or listening to a...
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ClassFlow Guide
Using ClassFlow to build a better maths classroom
Maths has always been a subject children have a love/hate relationship with. A study by RAND Corporation, in partnership with the Bill...
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