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  • Michael Rosen: Rethinking education for today’s world

    04 Jan 2023 Written by the Bett Content Team
    We’re delighted to welcome Michael Rosen to Bett 2023! We sat down with him to explore learning, the importance of creativity and solving today’s problems through education.
  • Iain Sloan, senior solutions consultant at Ellucian, explains how data can help universities to support students, both academically and emotionally.
  • In conversation with Anne-Marie Imafidon

    04 Jan 2023 Written by the Bett Content Team
    Computer scientist, mathematician and social entrepreneur Anne-Marie Imafidon inspires women to study and pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and maths.
  • Inspiring young people through free tech innovation courses

    19 Dec 2022 Written by Ross Dempster-Johnson, Head of Programmes, Apps for Good
    At Apps for Good, we believe that all young people should have the opportunity to shape their future with technology. 
  • We asked our UK Advisory Board to share their key highlights from 2022 and most exciting plans for 2023. Read on to find out what they said!
  • Our Event Director, Max Oliver, shares his reflections on Ahead by Bett's first year, alongside our Founding Partners.
  • If the purpose of education is to create and recreate the society we wish to live in, then the technology supporting it should be created with this end in mind.  
  • Mark explores Higher Education's goal of making economic, cultural and social impacts in society and how that translates to the national landscape.
  • Advisory Board member Mel Gomes shares the latest thinking from UCISA's Transforming IT Procurement Working Group in this latest article on the hub.
  • In this article Dr Fiona Aubrey-Smith, Associate Lecturer at The Open University for Master of Education, Professional Doctorate and BEd Education Studies programmes, examines some of the key challeng ...
  • Encourage Student Voice for Education

    25 Nov 2022 Written by Alison Bellwood, Creator and Executive Director World’s Largest Lesson
    When the concept is difficult to grasp or the homework is hard, how many times have you heard “what’s the point of this anyway?”
  • Inspiring the next generation of technologists

    07 Nov 2022 by Becky Patel, Head of Early Education, Tech She Can
    Technology is prevalent across every aspect of our lives today and will continue to play an even more significant role in the careers and personal lives of future generations. A large majority of chil ...
  • With rising withdrawals attributed to the impact of the cost of living, we take a look at the data behind students' perceptions of value for money.
  • Phil Sanders draws on his experience working for EdTech vendors to explore HE SIS Markets.
  • Exploring Mental Health, LGBTQ+ History, Climate Change and Black History and Experiences through Into Film+
  • Three ways to make your classroom more inclusive

    26 Oct 2022 Written by Will Cannock
    Whether you’re a SEND lead, a class teacher or a one-to-one learning support assistant, the desire to ensure all children thrive permeates every aspect of the school day.

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