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At an exhibition hosted by the Guardian on the future of education, experts focused on how technology is used in the classroom, rather than what technology is used
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Facial recognition system could help teachers create more interesting lesson plans.
Silicon Valley high school students offer a new take on learning.
New web experience can teach you almost anything.
The University of London is demoing oversized medical images to help students pay attention in class.
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Gerald Richards says creating a fun environment, ripe with hands-on interaction, is crucial for getting reluctant kids to learn.
The NumberNet classroom allows for collective education via tactile 'smartboards.'
The British education secretary announces new courses designed with help from Facebook, Microsoft and IBM to help improve basic classroom curriculum.
E is for Electronics helps 'makers of all ages' learn about technology and history in a fun way.