In this blog we take a look at the success that Denbigh School have seen when encouraging a group of 6th form students to use Office 365 and Microsoft Surfaces.
Yes, it is possible for OneNote to get better! This blog takes a look at some of the new APIs that Microsoft has introduced to OneNote's Class Notebook for educators...
A pedagogical model called Flipped Learning is helping both teachers and students embrace the new ways of working that technology is creating, and some would say it is improving how we learn.
Find out in this blog what Flipped Learning is and how it is revolutionising the K-12 classroom.
Generation Z are the students and universities graduates of today and the employees and consumers of tomorrow. They buy things based on battery life, interact with their favourite brands using mobile applications and it's highly likely that business owners will have to recruit them via their phones one day.
The 'digital classroom' is a conversation topic that never sits still as the relationship we have with technology allows the classroom to be an ever-changing environment.
But the real question is, how close are we to the digital classroom? To help you answer that question, here are 5 of the top Education predictions for 2016.
A new wave of apprenticeships is predicted to be the saving grace of the digital skills gap. Vocational qualifications are being increasingly promoted as an alternative to University, offering a more direct path into industry for younger people.
The way people communicate today there is a nickname for every generation, every workstyle, it's #this and #that with nobody ever really understanding why they put the # in the first place. The millennials as we know them were probably the first generation to be completely exposed to technology as it is now used, but who are they??