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Mobile technology in education: our research story

Over the last 4 years Techknowledge for Schools has carried out one of the largest research studies in the world looking at the use of mobile technology in education. Here is a summary of the results.


SEN: how technology can prepare students for the real world

Indira Ramraj, Digital Media Specialist at TreeHouse School, talks about how they use technology to prepare their students, aged between 4-19 years with complex autism, for real-world settings.


Russia: the exam dilemma & tech solution

Renaldo Lawrence of Chiswick School describes how technology allayed parents & teachers fears about the impact of a school trip on revision time AND enhanced exam results.


A teacher's guide to Showbie

Amy Rochford of Honywood School outlines what it is, how it can be used to best effect in the classroom as well as the benefits for both students and teachers.


Teachers' attitude to mobile use in class

This research examines attitudes and challenges facing mainly secondary schools teachers who teach with tablets and other mobile devices daily or weekly.

Mr Cosstick uses tech for exam revision

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Transforming learning: the benefits

Our Mission

To better understand through research how mobile technology can be used effectively in education, and help teachers confidently utilise it to its full potential to give young people the skills for their digital future.

What We DO

We use our research to help schools integrate technology effectively into their pedagogy to transform learning. Our work is backed by headteachers, schools, academics, industry and government.

Our Research

Research is at the heart of everything we do. We commission the largest independent research programme in the world on how the effective use of technology can enhance teaching and learning.

Why Mobile Learning

We believe education should inspire all young people with a lifelong love of learning. Technology can make a real difference to the quality, breadth and engagement that our young people have with education.

Case Studies

We have already worked with a range of schools across the country, sharing the benefits, challenges and outcomes they have experienced when implementing mobile technology.


We need to design learning where learners are presented with real choices. Why? Because if young people do not learn how to drive their progress from within and don’t learn that their choices have consequences, they will grow up to be passive consumers. Simon Mason, Headteacher, Honywood  School