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  • Virtual Education in a Pandemic: Challenges and Opportunities

    01 May 2020 Pablo Riveros, CEO & Founder Tsunagaru Edutech
     This pandemic is changing human interactions and is an opportunity to think about what modern education should be.
  • A view from the bridge: How Thailand's lockdown is part of a wider education vision

    28 May 2020 Anucha Burapachaisri, Thai Ministry of Education
    Bett interviewed the Thai Ministry for Education to understand their next steps for online and in-school learning
  • An Update from the Bett Asia Advisory Board

    19 Jun 2020 By Elle Monaghan, Content Producer for Bett
    We caught up with our network of educators, experts and thought-leaders across Asia to find out what has changed in the education sector over the past few months.
  • Investing in the Future of Asia’s Education

    25 Sep 2020 Written by Emily Colyer, Content Producer at Bett
    The Bett team interviewed education specialists Brajesh Panth and Jian Xu, exploring the challenges, opportunities and future course of education and technology in Asia.
  • Bett Asia was honoured to present the future of work and youth skills at SEAMEO Congress 2021.
  • Microsoft Education tools that supported learning in 2021

    20 Jan 2022 By Microsoft Education Team
    Microsoft looks back on what resources changed the game for teaching and learning in 2021.
  • 4 Ways to Develop Empathy in your classroom

    16 Dec 2021 Written by Ed Kirwan, Empathy Week
    Ed joins us on the hub to explain why empathy is an essential skill for young people to learn in order to succeed.
  • Education leaders collaborate to enable equitable learning

    23 Nov 2021 By Microsoft Education Team
    According to UNESCO, more than 1.6 billion children worldwide lost learning opportunities during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Microsoft Education Team break down the core barriers to education this week ...
  • Thriving, not just Surviving in Education ' Teacher Wellbeing that Matters

    03 Nov 2021 Written by Kelly Hannaghan The Education People
    As International Stress Awareness Week commences, it’s important to recognise that for people working in education, teacher wellbeing and resilience has been tested to its limits.
  • Esports 101 - An introduction to the industry

    01 Nov 2021 Written by Bryony-Hope Green, British Esports Association
    The British Esports Association gives their run-down of the esports industry landscape, including its increasing presence in the world of education.
  • The Power of Thanks and Gratitude in Education

    21 Oct 2021 Written by Kerry Hill, TAP Education Advisor
    The education sector has had a challenging 20 months. In this article, Kerry Hill in her new role as TAP Education Advisor breaks down her approach to motivating staff when workload is high.
  • Is Black History Month enough?

    18 Oct 2021 Written by Funmilola Stewart, Dixons Trinity Academy
    In this article, we invite Funmilola from Dixons Trinity Academy to discuss the importance of celebrating Black History Month and what work there is still to do.
  • In celebration of World Teachers’ Day, Dave Smith explores the rapid upskilling that teachers have embraced since 2020 and what lessons we have learned for the future.
  • Esports is about more than just gaming

    05 Oct 2021 Written by Sarah Marshall, Global Head of Content, Bett
    When mainstream sports stars such as David Beckham and Michael Jordan invest in esports it’s time to pay attention to an industry that is growing exponentially.
  • Designing differently makes a difference

    30 Sep 2021 Written by John Galloway - Advisory Teacher for ICT, SEN and Inclusion.
    John Galloway from our UK advisory board investigates co-design in assistive technologies.
  • Spotlight on social emotional skills: Results of OECD's global survey

    24 Sep 2021 Written by: Paige Johnson, Microsoft Education
    Microsoft joins us on the hub to discuss the issues which disproportionately affect children from lower income backgrounds such as heightened anxiety about graduating, increased loneliness, and diffic ...

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