Our content team spend their time speaking with the global education community to identify common trends, challenges and best practice. We regularly bring together experts from around the world to share ideas and debate some of the biggest issues facing educators.
Supporting Student Safety and Learning
Thursday 22 October 2020 - 16:00 BST | 19:00 GST | 23:00 MYT
About This Webinar
Join us and Aruba on 22 October as we deep-dive into a diverse range of case studies, exploring the challenges that schools and universities face when devising a robust digital strategy.
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- Understand how to remotely manage student safeguarding and support them remotely
- Ensure student engagement and achievement through a variety of digital tools and solutions
- Learn from an assortment of different case studies that exemplify how best to adapt your institution to a hybrid model, that supports students’ needs and improves learning quality
Greg Hughes, Vice-Principal and Head of Curriculum at The de Ferrers Trust
Professor Jackie Potter, Head of OCSLD and Deputy Director of HR at Oxford Brookes University
Simon Wilson, Chief Technology Officer at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
Sarah Marshall, Head of Content, Bett Global Series
Student Engagement, Connection and Attainment
Thursday 08 October 2020
Our webinar has now ended - you can now watch it back on-demand via the link below
Join Bett, Ajenta and USP College (Essex, England) for an in-depth case study to learn how this forward-thinking, two-campus FE College supports high quality, real-time learning remotely and face to face.
• Hear how they maintain human interaction and social contact during real-time teaching, ensuring that attainment levels do not drop off.
• Discover how learners remain engaged and immersed in teaching and other interactions.
• See how USP College’s new immersive classrooms (powered by Vscene) have enabled them to share expertise across two campuses so they can run the widest possible programme of qualifications to meet learner demand and enhance the student experience.
During this webinar key members of the USP College and Ajenta teams will share their journey to create a digital strategy that future-proofs learning accessibility and channels innovation through learning and immersive technologies. You’ll be able to ask them questions to feed into your own contingency planning.
John Wilson, Co-Founder & CEO, Ajenta, UK
Dan Pearson, Principal & CEO, USP College, UK
Christel McCarthy, Project Manager, USP College, UK
James Parker, Head of Education Improvement, USP College, UK
Sarah Marshall, Head of Content, Bett Global Series
Back to School
After a testing and challenging academic year, how are schools and trust leaders preparing for re-opening? This webinar explores how educators are engaging and adjusting to the school environment and what tech they have implemented.
Digital Learning eXchange: Exploring new opportunities for education technologies within remote learning
Sponsored by Lenovo
Rewatch Bett, Lenovo and a selection of key Asia-specific educators lead an exclusive discussion on the challenges created by COVID-19 and how they can be overcome with proactive and effective learning and instructional technologies.
Harnessing the power of esports in the classroom
The esports industry is opening up new and exciting possibilities for future employment. In response to this, its popularity in the education sector and with the recent launch of their brand-new Esports BTEC qualification, Bett joins Pearson Education and the British Esports Association – along with leaders within the industry from around the world – to discuss the ways in which esports can be positioned in education to ensure a successfully-prepared future workforce.
Remote Learning: Encouraging and Empowering your Community
Sponsored by Infobase
Rewatch Infobase and Bett lead a discussion with three educators from the Middle East and Europe on how they have educated and inspired users at all levels of EdTech adoption to create their own engaging programmes of blended instruction, ensuring that learning outcomes are effectively achieved.
Remote Learning: Evolving Pedagogy and the 'hybrid model'
In this webinar we look at how schools have adapted their teaching practice to reflect teaching at distance and the needs of online learners. What has worked well for teachers and students? As schools make steps back into the physical environment and start to plan for the next academic year, we will explore how educators are managing the 'hybrid model' with part in-school and part remote learning.
Remote Learning: Student Health and Wellbeing
How are our young people managing without peer to peer contact? What practical ideas can we implement to support them whilst they are in their home setting and what structures and support do we need to think about as we think about their return to school? Hear how educators from across the world are managing the mental and physical wellbeing of their students during and coming out of lockdown.
Remote Learning: How do we keep students engaged at a distance?
The second instalment of The Bettcast brought together a group of educators to explore ideas to keep students motivated and engaged with online learning. Topics discussed included; engagement in remote learning environments, strategies to engage students with SEND and guidance to support positive student behaviour.
Safeguarding for remote learners
Bett MEA, in partnership with GoBubble, held its first webinar in April, whereby education leaders discussed the safeguarding barriers presented to educators, including the wholesome ways they can be overcome, and whilst ensuring positive social learning and digital literacy at a distance.
Learnit Webinar: Notes from Epicentres
In April, in partnership with Bett, Learnit offered its first virtual moderated panel discussion ‘Notes from the Epicentres’. Featuring K-12 leaders from Wuhan, New York, Milan and Seoul, the session examined the work of those pioneering a new normal for global education; leading their teachers and learners through transformational times, and preparing their institutions for a new normal.
Bett Podcast Series
After a successful run leading to Bett 2020, the What Matters in EdTech series produced by The Edtech Podcast is back, this time with a focus on all things global. This series drills in on what matters in education as well as how and when technology might help.