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The Tassomai blog is the place to find our latest news, handy tips for users (students, parents and teachers) and relevant reads.

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Featured post:

New Daily Goals!

This summer, we updated Tassomai, adding “Daily Goals” and removing the wheel - find out what this means here. 

 
 
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Featured post:

Pumping ions

Our guest blogger Alex Burghart MP writes about a more active approach to learning and its impact on results.

 
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Tassomai in the media:

 

Sky News sent their tech correspondent Gemma Evans back to school to learn more about Tassomai with staff and students at Carshalton Boys Sports College. (Click the video to play)

 
 Education in Chemistry

Education in Chemistry Magazine
Tassomai's founder on the growth of private tuition and its impact on inequality and social mobility.
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 Education Today Magazine

Education Today Magazine
Murray Morrison is featured in a review of this year's EdTech extravaganza, the Bett Show.
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 Education Technology Magazine

Education Technology Magazine
New research from Tassomai reveals users' attitudes to tech in schools.
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Recommended reads:

 

Reform (Think Tank)
Beyond gadgets: EdTech to help close the opportunity gap

This report from June 2018 illustrates the potential of edtech to help close the opportunity gap. The paper highlights the different areas where edtech could support disadvantaged pupils and the mechanisms for enabling schools to embrace the opportunities offered by technology.
 

TES
Teachers are central to the good use of edtech

Cat Scutt, a former teacher and director of education and research at the Chartered College of Teaching says edtech is all about improving efficiency and the most critical piece of the puzzle in ensuring that technology is used well is the teacher.

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