Tag Archives: Education

Zoom supports charity If Chloe Can in empowering young people across the UK

 If Chloe Can, a charity focussed on empowering young people to follow their dreams, has continued giving career advice and guidance with the support of Zoom while restrictions have disrupted in-person education. If Chloe Can is the brainchild of former cabinet minister and Tatton MP Esther McVey. It works with …

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Speakers for Schools partners with Corsight AI on STEM for ethnic minority students

Social mobility charity Speakers for Schools has partnered with Corsight AI  to provide 170 virtual work experience placements to young people across the UK. The placements will take place in the week commencing 19th July, and target young people from ethnic minority backgrounds aged between 14-19. Ethnic minorities are largely underrepresented in STEM …

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Fetera donates 3D printer to gateway school

Keighley based 3D print filament manufacturer Fetera has donated a 3D printer to Gateways School, Harewood to promote the benefits of a career in science and technology to its students. Used with the school’s CAD modelling software and filament supplied by Fetera, the printer will enable students to design and …

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Remote learning has set kids up for life beyond school

New research from Lenovo reveals that seven in 10 (70%) parents and teachers in the UK believe digital skills gained during the pandemic will set children up for life beyond school. The survey, made up of 500 teachers and 2,000 parents in the UK with children aged four to sixteen years …

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BenQ UK welcomes Ben Whitaker as Education Technology Consultant

BenQ has appointed Ben Whitaker as Education Technology Consultant. Whitaker begun his career as a teacher in 2007 and subsequently becoming Assistant Principle: Head of Sixth Form. During his 12 years of teaching, Ben saw firsthand the advancement of online resources such as Youtube and the changing role of educators …

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Re-training reimagined

Dr. Andrea Cullen from CAPSLOCK discusses why CAPSLOCK was established in an effort to broaden skills and understanding for a career in digital security. CAPSLOCK is a new, government-backed educational organisation which re-trains people in cyber security. A new model of online education is being piloted with a revolutionary method …

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Delivering quality audio in the shift towards hybrid learning

Theis Mørk, Vice President, Global Product Management at EPOS looks at how audio technology has become vital to the education sector and remote learning. A recent report conducted by EPOS: Reimagining education with high-quality audio, highlights the need for educators and institutions to recognise the role audio plays in the …

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The pandemic learning curve

Trevor Evans, MD at Consenna discusses the channel’s role in facilitating home learning and how partners can respond to the tech needs of the education sector Trevor Evans, MD at Consenna had this to say: How prepared was the Channel to respond to the shift in education created by the …

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Enhancing education channels

One year ago, Intel launched Pandemic Response Technology Initiative (PRTI), a $50 million commitment to use Intel resources to combat the effects of COVID-19 across three focus areas: healthcare, education, and economic recovery. Under this programme hundreds of initiatives and life-saving projects came to fruition, helping communities beat the virus, …

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Selling IT to schools: Let’s get digital!

The events of the past twelve months have significantly accelerated technology adoption for many schools and opened up new approaches to teaching and learning. But what has this abrupt shift to digital learning taught us and how can schools make the most of their IT budgets moving forward? Mark Whitefield, …

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