Bett Articles

  • Educators, senior leaders and ICT leads gathered together for the fifth edition of LearnED, which took place in Coventry on 22nd March. The one-day, CPD-accredited, education technology event, formed part of the inaugural LearnED roadshow series organised by the Department for Education and the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA).
  • For years, BETT has been like an extension of Christmas for the technologically-minded: an opportunity to try out some of the latest innovations and for businesses to showcase their products.
  • How do you invest supporting the shift to personalised learning?

    The prospect of using educational technology to create personalised learning journeys is a tantalising one for school leaders.

  • Hear from Jon Tait, Director of Acklam Grange School in Middlesbrough, discussing real examples of purchasing EdTech products and what impacts this has on schools.
  • I am passionate about technology and am constantly looking for the next big thing that will enhance learning, engage and motivate my pupils. But my budget is extremely limited so how do I ensure I choose essential technology and not invest in a gimmick that will be left gathering dust?
  • Bett movement continues to race across the EdTech industry, with exhibitor success stories, high visitor satisfaction and new developments for 2020 causing ripples across the education landscape.
  • After teaming up with research partner, Shift Learning, the Bett Show team have put together our Innovation Index report for 2019, a large-scale survey exploring how educators are approaching innovation in education and to better understands how trends reach the main stream, from awareness to adoption.
  • 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

    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!

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