It's a revolution baby! Well, Education Secretary Damian Hinds has challenged the tech industry to launch an education revolution for schools, colleges and universities... exciting stuff!

We have had some really interesting and exciting EdTech articles recently, which have all been around innovative ways of engaging learners, utilising space and teaching styles, reducing workloads, saving money etc, etc.I think we are in the middle of exciting times, bring it on techies, we want a revolution (in a good, positive and development, not in a cars burning in the streets and black out's kinda way)!

Why employees in further education need a ‘mental health day’

As well as EdTech, I have noticed a real spike in awareness around mental health and wellbeing for our feature articles over the past couple of months. Maybe we also need to be thinking how technology can impact the mental health and wellbeing in our staff and learners?

 

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