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22 - 25 January 2020
ExCel London

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  • We’re delighted to introduce our Innovation Index 2019, a large-scale survey designed to explore how educators are approaching innovation in education and to better understand how trends reach the main stream, from awareness to adoption.

  • Women in EdTech

    08 Mar 2019 Bett UK

    There’s no better day than International Women’s Day to celebrate diversity within the EdTech community and revisit some of the most engaging talks from women in the fast lane within education in technology.

  • January saw the global education community come together in London for the 35th year, to discuss the future of education. Over 800 leading companies, 100 edtech startups and 34,000 visitors attended the annual Bett Show.

  • The winners of the 21st annual Bett Awards, designed to celebrate the inspiring creativity and innovation that can be found throughout technology for education,
  • With Bett’s Scandinavian audience growing year on year, we are excited to announce that that this year Lin Education is our official Scandinavian partner.
  • New for 2019, Bett has created trails to help you navigate the show

  • Jon Tait Deputy Head, Acklam Grange school is one of our Bett regulars who offers his tips for tackling Bett.

  • What are the key considerations when buying or implementing edtech? Bett has teamed up with partner EDUCATE and the Bett Advisory Group to create a handy Edtech Checklist.
  • One of the main reasons visitors come to Bett is to find new products and suppliers, and we’re excited to give you a taste of who’ll be showcasing their brightest solutions at Bett 2019!

  • We’re delighted to announce the Bett Awards 2019 finalists. 135 have made it to the shortlist, with 3P Learning the most successful shortlisted in five categories.  Now in its 21st year, the Bett Awar ...
  • In this 30 minute webinar, we discuss a variety of concepts related to developing 21st Century Skills and Knowledge for learners; they apply to both Primary and Secondary education and our speakers also explore concepts about school management. 
    All of the speakers were interviewed at Bett 2018 and we’ve included excerpts of their sessions from the show.

  • For Bett 2019 we’re creating a learning focused agenda to sit at the heart of the show and to provide practical solutions and inspiration in equal measure. The themes for Bett this year are based only on the needs and challenges of the education community, bringing together outstanding examples of people and organisations, to inspire, celebrate and share best practice. 
  • These CPD accredited videos draw on the world-famous Bett seminar programme to develop your knowledge and insight as a contemporary educator.
  • Top tips for implementing an Immersive Room

    11 Oct 2018 Kirsty Tonks, Principal, Shireland Technology Primary School & Primary Director of Shireland Collegiate Academy Trust

    “Our use of technology is solution driven, not tech driven. Issues are identified and then as a team we find the best technological solution; with the end game of raising standards in mind all of the time”.

  • How emerging technologies are reinventing teaching and learning

    11 Oct 2018 Rachel Thomas, Head of Marketing, Bett Show
    The highs of teaching go beyond those I have experienced in any other role. The moment a parent whole-heartedly thanks you for the positive impact you’ve had on their child’s development and their confidence.
  • This year we’re thrilled to launch a NEW Bett Awards category – the Impact Award, where for the first time we’re welcoming direct entries from educators and learners. We want YOU to show us your best tech!

  • At every level of education, the themes for Bett 2019 are based on the real needs of the education community, from the tech nervous newbie through to the cool geeky early adopter.
  • Student Mental Health

    17 Aug 2018 Bett UK and Shift Learning
    The Innovation Index survey, an annual survey carried out by an independent party and commissioned by Bett to understand the needs and challenges of educators, consisted of extensive research into the UK and EU education market, with responses from over 1,700 educators.
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