Digital technology and COVID-19 have transformed the ways universities are delivering courses. But some are taking a minimalist low-cost approach, while others are aiming higher.
A learner’s digital education experience can be very different from the seamless user-friendly world of the social internet. Replicating the old classes online isn’t good enough. A rethink is needed.
AI-powered text generators are becoming increasingly easy to access. Rather than banning their use by students, educators should think about incorporating such tools into their curriculums.
We observed how and when students were using their digital devices in schools. They often weren’t used, and when they were, students were sometimes just distracting themselves from learning.
Just 55% of year 6 students and 52% of year 10 students are meeting the expected grades for ICT. What’s going wrong?
A new report from the OECD says pupils in countries that invest a lot in technology in the classroom, don’t perform better in tests.
Recent research which examined a group of Australian schools found laptops did make a positive difference to learning.