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  • The four-day event will open on 22 January 2020 at London's ExCeL

  • Education, much like technology, continues to evolve to adapt to an ever-changing world.

    Some big trends, from primary and secondary school learning, through to further and higher education, have emerged, affecting how UK teachers and learners interact, teach and study.

    Let’s take a look at five big topics from across the board you need to be aware of.

  • Just how ready are higher and further education students for the demands of a digitally-driven workforce?
  • Scientific Literacy Tool is an educational web platform that helps the public discover, understand and explore hundreds of different scientific topics.

    Making its Bett UK debut in 2017, the company is well placed to offer some big tips to first timers at the UK’s top EdTech event. Scientific Literacy Tool Founder and CEO Keren Limor-Waisberg fills us in.

  • After years of loyal visits as a tech enthusiast, teacher and school leader, I am excited to be  attending BETT as a startup under my own steam. Digital Resilience UK launched in late 2019 with the  m ...
  • Part two of Bett’s look at ten big challenges facing UK educators turns towards how EdTech is being used nationwide to help improve higher and further education students’ mental and physical wellbeing.

  • In part one of a new series examining the latest challenges to hit the UK education sector, and how EdTech can help overcome them, we take a look at budgets, and how best to use available resources in primary, secondary and SEND schools.

  • Digitally-skilled education leaders are becoming ever more important to schools across the UK – so what exactly are their priorities?

  • Staff wellbeing seems to be taking a backseat in contemporary education, but it’s actually one of the sector’s most pressing issues. Part three of Bett’s series on the UK’s top ten educational challenges has a look at how EdTech is not just helping students, but staff keep on top of workloads and making their jobs easier.

  • Mental health and stress-related issues are hitting primary and secondary school pupils at earlier and earlier ages. What can EdTech do to help? Find out in part five of our breakdown of ten challenges facing UK educators right now.

  • Part two of our chat with Renaldo Lawrence, Advanced Skills Teacher currently working to transform Surrey’s Glyn School’s digital offer, covers how education technology fits into his vision for the 2019/2020 school year.

  • For the past 18 of his 24 years’ experience, Matt O’Grady has held senior educational leader positions.

  • Stuart Ayres is in charge of ensuring a digital revolution at Myddleton College, a public school for all years up to Sixth Form.

  • Renaldo Lawrence is an internationally renowned educator and EdTech export, whose latest role at Glyn School involves teaching ICT and Media Studies.

  • For the first time ever at Bett UK, we are inviting you to join the 6th annual Global EdTech Startup Awards Finals, the world's largest EdTech start-up competition at the world’s biggest EdTech event - Bett Show, London.
  • Education in the modern world is in an interesting place. On one hand, more children, teenagers, and adults are receiving a quality education in the United Kingdom than ever before; on the other, government policy shifts, worldwide EdTech trends, and a variety of other factors mean there remains many education challenges to overcome.

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