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  • Strategies for Teaching Online

    24 Mar 2020 Neelam Parmar

    With the Covid-19 crisis shifting work patterns to online delivery, the same may become true for schooling. In the event that there will be an immediate switch from school, face to face learning to an online learning environment, it may be necessary to be ready for this in exceptional circumstances. 

  • Safe Remote Learning

    24 Mar 2020 David Wright
    Safe Remote Learning by David Wright, Director – UK Safer Internet Centre, SWGFL 
  • Technology will offer incredible opportunities to maintain meaningful relationships with students over the coming months. Students will need teachers more than ever and schools require effective ways to manage and communicate effectively. The disruption is a major challenge to educational systems but from adversity comes innovation.

  • As part of our mission to transform education, Bett UK champions diversity and inclusion in EdTech throughout its show content, advocating a level playing field for all. On this year’s  International Women’s Day, join us in revisiting aspects of the 2020 show that celebrated the achievements of Women in EdTech, challenged gender stereotypes and further developed awareness.


     

  • Does your approach to lesson observations need an overhaul? Here, leading educator Louise Simpson shares her insights into the way technology can improve the validity of lesson observations.

  • Yesterday evening, we were honoured to celebrate education excellence at the fantastic Bett Awards Ceremony taking place at the Troxy, London. Congratulations to all the winners who received a trophy in recognition of their contribution to the education sector. ​
  • Being mindful of our usage and approach to digital mediums, setting boundaries, being aware of the impact technology has on our lives and managing that impact to support our mental and physical health, are all integral to digital wellbeing. 
  • What can Bett Awards do for your company? Find out the impact winning the “Innovator of the Year” at Bett UK 2019 did for Learning by Questions.

  • Next generation learning to be launched at world’s biggest education event
  • Abdul Chohan, EdTech guru, shares his thoughts on what should happen in 2020 to make EdTech a valuable tool in every classroom.

  • Struggling to read puts children at a potentially life-long disadvantage, says Bernadette McLean, so it’s time to use new methods to shake up how we identify literacy difficulties.

     

  • The Global Education Council, an 11-strong body comprising a wealth of experience in the education field, will convene at Bett later this month
  • In the second in our series, Steve Wright talks to Karine George, educational consultant and advisor for Bett, about what she hopes to see in the year ahead
  • Here, Paul Anderson, Regional Director UK & Ireland of Fortinet, gives Bett UK an insight into the technology and security challenges faced in education organisations.

  • Optimism for EdTech

    15 Jan 2020

    Teachers are unleashing the potential of technology in education like never before and gaining more mileage on their EdTech solutions. Technology is now being used to help improve behaviour, engagement and performance in the classroom. Budgetary concerns and teacher workload remain prominent in educators’ minds, but new findings on the use of EdTech show promising signs for the educational landscape.

  • Minecraft, apart from being one of the most popular video games of all time, is a solid learning tool.

    Bett talks with Ronald Chlebek, Classroom Teacher at English School Upplands, Väsby, Sweden, to learn more.

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