Industry insights: the State of Technology in Education

Now in its fourth iteration, here’s everything you need to know about this year’s industry-leading research, including blogs, videos, and a link to the report itself.

The State of Technology in Education 2019/20

In this year's report, explore the candid insights, key trends, and tech predictions, contributed by more than 2,000 educators across the UK and Ireland.

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Edtech

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How can teachers use technology to streamline the learning process?

How can teachers use technology to streamline the learning process?
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Pedagogy

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Growth mindset: Encouraging self-reflection in pupils

Growth mindset: Encouraging self-reflection in pupils
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Pedagogy

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Should a change in learning mean a change in how we teach?

Should a change in learning mean a change in how we teach?
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Policies

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How does evidence from research inform practice and policy?

How does evidence from research inform practice and policy?
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IT Strategy

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WiFi 101: Doing more with your school connection

WiFi 101: Doing more with your school connection
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IT Strategy

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The key questions to ask to reduce your data management workload

The key questions to ask to reduce your data management workload
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Edtech

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Exploring the classroom of the future

Exploring the classroom of the future
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Edtech

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The rise of classroom tech — what does it mean for your IT roadmap?

The rise of classroom tech — what does it mean for your IT roadmap?
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Edtech

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The State of Technology in Education, 2019/20: Amongst conflicting priorities and perspectives, a commitment to tech

The State of Technology in Education, 2019/20: Amongst conflicting priorities and perspectives, a commitment to tech
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Governance

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Could more collaboration with teachers improve your school strategy?

Could more collaboration with teachers improve your school strategy?
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