Bett Articles

  • 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.

  • With the latest edition of Bett UK just around the corner, we’ve got the insider tips on the best sessions you should be attending as a local EdTech professional.

  • If you are travelling to Bett UK from overseas, we’ve got your guide to the best sessions to attend so you can make the most of your visit.

  • With the recent launch of Connect@Bett, we take a look at the power of face-to-face networking so you feel ready to start initiating conversations with potential suppliers and buyers ahead of Bett 2020.

  • London, 08/01/2020: The Global Education Council is a new initiative by Bett, the leading global education events series. A driving force of visionaries from some of the world’s biggest global brands and educational institutions, the GEC will take part in a live debate at Bett on Friday 24 January in The Arena at ExCeL London where council members will share their thoughts about the perils and opportunities for the class of 2030.

  • What challenges does 2020 hold across the Edtech landscape - and how can educators prepare for them? See what six experts have to say


  • NetSupport Radio has been chosen as the official broadcaster of Bett 2020, giving everyone a chance to have the voice heard.

  • The Bett Lates series is helping visitors to make the most of the learning opportunities at Bett, no matter the time of day.

  • A call to action for education professionals and EdTech companies

  • Our final part in our series examining ten of the UK educations sector’s top challenges takes us to higher and further education, and the need to deliver value for money for students across the board.
  • Ready to face a new digital dawn? Or is your primary or secondary school strictly analogue? Part nine of our look at the top challenges facing UK educators right now shines a spotlight on digital readiness, and what schools can do to get with, or ahead, of the times and start thinking digitally.

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