Canolfan Addysg Athrawon De-Orllewin Cymru

The South West Wales Centre of Teacher Education

07th July 2016 08:05am

UK's first robot college to teach future tech workers

The Japanese robot Pepper's latest assignment is in the classroom to teach future tech industry workers.

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06th July 2016 04:35pm

A number of jobs are under threat at a Welsh university

Union leaders say compulsory redundancies will follow if enough posts are not lost through a voluntary process

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06th July 2016 02:21pm

'Top universities to offer full degrees online in five years'

Leading universities will offer fully accredited undergraduate courses online within five years, says the founder of a leading US online university network.

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06th July 2016 01:43pm

Teachers' salaries 'will need to rise in future'

A pay rise "significantly higher than 1%" will be required in future to ensure an "adequate supply of good teachers" in England and Wales, the School Teachers' Review Body warns.

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05th July 2016 10:58pm

'Top universities to offer full degrees online in five years'

Leading universities will offer fully accredited undergraduate courses online within five years, says the founder of a leading US online university network.

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05th July 2016 07:19pm

Teachers' strike: Schools disrupted because of NUT walkout

Pupils in England experience school closures and disruption due to a one-day National Union of Teachers strike

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05th July 2016 05:44pm

Teachers in England strike over pay and conditions

Thousands of pupils in England faced school closures or disruption as the National Union of Teachers staged a one-day strike over funding.

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05th July 2016 04:29pm

'Virtual doctors' help patients a continent away

Health services for a million people in Zambia are being connected to UK doctors, using a smartphone app.

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05th July 2016 12:19pm

Almost half of primary pupils miss new Sats standard

Almost half of primary pupils in England have failed to meet tougher standards in Sats tests in reading, writing and mathematics.

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05th July 2016 11:26am

New project teaches pupils how to deal with their emotions

The innovative Barnardo's scheme also shows them how to recognise when others may be shy or lonely

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