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Happy New Year from all of us at The Ideas Bus! 🎇🎆
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Merry Christmas from all of us at The Ideas Bus! We hope you have a wonderful holiday. 🎄🎅⛄️🎁


#MerryChristmas #HappyHolidays
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Once considered the domain of science fiction, Virtual Reality (VR) is now very much science fact, with devices widely available at cost-effective prices in many high street stores. Although it is still a fairly recent innovation, we are already seeing the positive impact that the development of VR has had on the commercial sector, with real estate agents saving time and effort, presenting properties virtually, and designers able to more effectively render and test their ideas before committing to expensive production, but what impact could VR have on the future of education? http://drivingtechnology.org.uk
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Everyone always says that education is the path to a brighter future. And if they don’t, they should, because it’s obviously true. Education leads to a burgeoning economy through the creation of jobs and the development of qualified talent. http://tech.co/great-edtech-helps-teachers-students-2016-10

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The IDEAS Bus has been devised to support relevant local charities through a series of targeted sponsored events, raising social consciousness and enhancing corporate social responsibility... http://drivingtechnology.org.uk/about-us/

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If you'd like to attend our launch event at Oakington Manor School, Brent on the 1st Nov 2016 then fill out our form http://drivingtechnology.org.uk
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Challenge yourself in aid of global's Make Some Noise! Everything from a skydive to doing Tough Mudder to participating in the London Marathon http://drivingtechnology.org.uk/charity/

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Are you an educator? Want to help close the gap between education and technology? Get in touch with us today! http://drivingtechnology.org.uk/education/

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The Pew Research Center reports that about 80 percent of households with school-age children have Internet access. That’s great, except it also means that one in five still don’t. As teachers assign homework that requires web access, students who lack an Internet connection at home will fall further behind. By bridging the digital divide, students can have the access they need to work. It’s the right thing to do. http://www.edtechmagazine.com/k12/article/2016/07/bridging-digital-divide
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