The UK’s Digital Divide

We are living in a digital age with an exponential rate of change. This means that in order for us to attempt to prepare ourselves for the unknown future, we need to familiarise and adapt to the latest tech – this is even more relevant to schools. Lessons should be integrated with modern technology, allowing…

Read More…

The Sound For Schools Buyer’s Guide

Sound For Schools is the education division of PC Werth, one of the longest standing privately owned suppliers of specialist audiology and sound equipment in the UK. There are a number of options available to individuals or organisations interested in investing in Sound For Schools state of the art technology and sound treatments. What are…

Read More…

Next Stop: ICT For Education

  If you’re an education professional and you’ve missed out on BETT and the Education Show, you can still learn about the latest classroom solutions this year.   Sound for Schools has showcased a range of ERA (Education Resources Awards) shortlisted solutions for SEN (special education needs) and mainstream learning at Sound For School’s exhibit, including…

Read More…

Top 7 Emerging Education Technologies and Concepts

It’s often obvious to see the ways in which technology is impacting society, with wifi being more readily available, apps allowing for instant updates, information systems and services becoming digital, the pace of communication is moving at a rate never seen before. However, what about traditional systems such as education? Parents live in a world…

Read More…

Easy Lesson Capture with Juno

With technology advancing as fast as it is it’s a wonder that it hasn’t been more successfully integrated with education over the years. For example, teachers have had to take on board the responsibility of ensuring that students are up to date with class work should they be absent during their classes. Teachers are there…

Read More…

Sound for Your School – Your Questions Answered

Technology has certainly opened the door to a world of new opportunity – including in the classroom.  BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is becoming more popular with a number of UK schools, students with hearing problems can now benefit from assistive listening devices and teachers can explore education through new tech solutions.While it’s a wonderful…

Read More…