Closing Digital and Gender Gaps in Coding: Getting Girls to Byte, Part I

2018-11-05T12:08:43+00:00 2018|All Articles of Education Technology, Coding, EdTech in UK, Uncategorized|

I wrote about the issues with gender and coding back in January 2018. On returning from maternity leave in 2016, the reputation of all things digital had seemed to revert from the techie creativity of all things ‘appy (aka [...]

How to Improve Teacher Morale in an Increasingly Pressurised Environment

2018-11-05T12:05:26+00:00 2018|All Articles of Education Technology, EdTech in UK, Teaching|

Within the British educational system there is currently a top down expectation where processes are put in place based upon conceptually driven ideals. This approach can, on the one hand, be very positive as it pushes people to reach [...]

Closing Digital and Gender STEAM Gaps: Full Steam Ahead

2018-09-05T16:56:52+00:00 2018|All Articles of Education Technology, EdTech in UK, STEM and STEAM|

The summer UK A Level results illustrated that gender equality are having a huge impact on the digital skills gaps. Of all of the exam subjects. Computing saw the biggest popularity jump in entrants, rising by 23.9% since last [...]

Future of EdTech – VR/AR, Robots and Online Classrooms

2018-08-17T17:05:02+00:00 2018|All Articles of Education Technology, AR, VR, and Mixed Reality, EdTech in UK, Educational Apps, In Class Technology|

The future of edtech is actually quite exciting! With new introductions of virtual and augmented reality, robots and online classrooms, what’s not to like? You will be surprised but this type of radical change and accelerated innovation in education [...]

Financial Incentives for Underperforming Students

2018-07-04T15:02:08+00:00 2018|All Articles of Education Technology, EdTech in UK, Teaching|

By Leon Hady A study took place across a selection of schools in the UK that investigated the effects of providing financial incentives for positive performance by looking at improved school work, attendance and behaviour of underperforming students.   I [...]