Bett Articles

  • These CPD accredited videos draw on the world-famous Bett seminar programme to develop your knowledge and insight as a contemporary educator.
  • The highs of teaching go beyond those I have experienced in any other role. The moment a parent whole-heartedly thanks you for the positive impact you’ve had on their child’s development and their confidence.
  • “Our use of technology is solution driven, not tech driven. Issues are identified and then as a team we find the best technological solution; with the end game of raising standards in mind all of the time”.

  • This year we’re thrilled to launch a NEW Bett Awards category – the Impact Award, where for the first time we’re welcoming direct entries from educators and learners. We want YOU to show us your best tech!

  • At every level of education, the themes for Bett 2019 are based on the real needs of the education community, from the tech nervous newbie through to the cool geeky early adopter.
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    17 Aug 2018
    The Innovation Index survey, an annual survey carried out by an independent party and commissioned by Bett to understand the needs and challenges of educators, consisted of extensive research into the UK and EU education market, with responses from over 1,700 educators.
  • Jenny Watson, Headteacher at Middleton Park School believes that technology is at the heart of their award-winning curriculum. 
  • Morten Jacobsen is an award-winning robotics-craftsman and technology scout at Skolen ved Nordens Plads, which is a K-12 school for children with special needs in Copenhagen, Denmark. 
  • Share how your innovation and creativity has made a positive impact on student learning outcomes.
  • We’re thrilled to launch the Bett Innovation Index, an annual survey which explores how educators are approaching innovation in education. As a result of surveying over 1,700 educators from the UK and EU on their attitudes and experiences of edtech, the first set of findings reveal that adaptive learning technologies, augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) are emerging as big topics for 2018.

  • Educators across the UK and Europe took part in our Innovation Index survey to analyse the highest rates of innovation across teaching techniques and hardware.
  • The Innovation Index survey, carried out by an independent party, conducted extensive research into the UK and EU education market from over 1,700 educators, and has revealed there is a strong consensus on the benefits of education technology among 87% of the educators surveyed.
  • This year’s show was full of excitement as suppliers at the cutting-edge of education shared their most effective solutions, demonstrating to educators’ first-hand how to make best use of the products in their day-to-day classroom environment. Discover what made the show great and why you should be there next year. 
  • 88 per cent of teachers agree that edtech improves education, but institutions are reluctant to fund it. During the opening of the 34th Bett show, the world’s largest technology in education event that attracts educators from across the world, the Bett Innovation Index research was launched.

  • We a delighted to announce the Department for Education will be attending Bett 2018, and will be on stand at C211 answering your questions and providing guidance on implementing technology into the classroom, teacher workload and many other relevant topics.
  • Bett 2018 gives you the opportunity to discover the latest innovations and cutting edge technologies, making this event the only one of its kind. 

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