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With the right software and online resources, teachers of visual art and design classes reimagine what it means to learn creatively.Read the full article at
Drive to make sure lockdown pupils have laptops is still falling short, say charities and teachers.Read the full article at: www.bbc.com
After nearly one year under lockdown, here is how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted the upskilling and edtech platforms across the country.Read the full
It's no secret that although technology is a fantastic utility, it is also a system we rely on heavily in the current climate.
We're pleased to announce our latest virtual webinar event designed for leaders in schools and run in association with HP/Intel.
Schools are continuing to look for effective and affordable ways to enhance classroom learning or better support remote learning, and the tech industry has been
Around the world, 2020 will surely be remembered as the year of COVID-19, the year in which all our certainties were questioned and we realised how fragile we
The theme was “How to set an example in the digital world.” The meeting discussed the definition of digital dialogue, its impact on the education process
Video-assisted learning is a growing strategic teaching approach in many modern classrooms.
The Ghana Education Service (GES) has announced plans to secure laptops for all teachers in the country.Read the full article at: www.modernghana.com
Three key drivers that Deira International School used to ensure a vibrant and collaborative community was built as education transformed.
EdTech entrepreneurs, from the Union Budget 2021, are expecting the government to allocate funds to finance the sector and further drive their growth.Read the
Three winners will each be awarded Dh20,000 at finale at Expo 2020 Dubai.Read the full article at: gulfnews.com
Governments around the world are critical to the sustainability of digital learning but must work with the broadest range of digital learning providers.Read the
Remote learning has enjoyed a tailwind from Covid-19 and the special purpose acquisition company market has taken notice, with five education SPACs introduced
There's been much fanfare about technology coming to the rescue when the pandemic hit. How can we leverage technology for improving well-being?
She has also finished a certification in coding with Google. The UAE aims to become a global leader in artificial intelligence by 2031.Read the full article at
Many schools in Dubai are conducting their internal assessments online because of the novel coronavirus disease (Covid-19) outbreak. The UAE has been reporting
The EdTech and smart classroom market in Europe is expected to grow from US$ 20,571. 2 million in 2019 to US$ 61,250.Read the full article at: www.globenewswire
Pupils in England can read works by popular authors online while schools stay closed in lockdown. Internet classroom Oak National Academy created the library
The Mohamed bin Zayed University of Artificial Intelligence (MBZUAI), the world’s first graduate-level, research-based artificial intelligence (AI) university
A team of Dubai teenagers is going full speed ahead for success after reaching the world finals of the F1 in Schools competition. Team Delta X-15 will compete
An extra 300,000 laptops and tablets have been bought to help disadvantaged children in England learn at home, says Education Secretary Gavin Williamson.Read
Technovation matches girls and families with caring and knowledgeable mentors from a wide range of backgrounds, to guide teams of girls through a 12-week
A teacher in Dubai has created a computer programme that can evaluate GCSE short-answer questions with about 94 per cent accuracy. The system is currently
Two young Omanis are using technology to find solutions to the problem of unemployment in the sultanate. A startup of Omar Abdullah al Maskari, a student at
Dubai-based Year 10 student to use money for robotics project, supporting needy children. Aadi Verma, a student of Jumeirah English Speaking School in Arabian
Three Indonesian students from Sinarmas World Academy have been named winners at the World Robot Olympiad (WRO) Canada 2020-X in the open category. The event
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