Bett Community Hub

We're all in this together! 

We're all in this together! 

Welcome to your Bett Community Hub where you can find exclusive content, CPD, resources and strategies to support you because #learningneverstops 

Stay Informed

These are unprecedented times when millions of educators and hundreds of millions of students of all ages from early years to mature student are teaching and learning remotely from the first time. Schools and HE/FE institutions across the world are closed but learning never stops and our dedicated, remarkable education community is pulling together across settings and across borders to share solutions and find new ways to teach and to learn. 

Curated Resources from the Community 

Adjusting to the new way of teaching and learning can be difficult so we have curated a selection of FREE resources from the EdTech community to support you. 




Resources from Bett Suppliers 

Learning is at the heart of everything we do at Bett, that's why Bett 2021 suppliers will be offering the very best resources available for the teaching and learning communities. 




Wellbeing Matters

Welcome to your all-new Wellbeing page, in association with the Bett Community Hub - we collate ideas, resources and articles to support a healthier and happier mind and body, both in the classroom and the workplace, all available here! 



The Bettcast

We regularly bring together experts from around the world to share ideas and debate some of the biggest challenges facing educators. Engage with the speakers live or catch up at your convenience.


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Digital tools to give children a voice

Sharon Doughty, Dot Com Digital moderates this panel discussion which will demonstrate how digital tools can give children the opportunity to speak up by looking at the power of the digital journal. They will explore how to empower children and teach them to communicate their experiences.

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Practical Tips and Tools 

Bett is proud to support the inaugural global online conference for educators on Saturday 30 May

Microsoft has created a series of remote learner webinars which are free for everyone

This Microsoft Forms template is a helpful way to connect with your students

London CLC has put together some advice on remote learning and digital equality

This Remote Teaching Playbook for higher education is worth downloading

Will the “new normal” result in better value for educational organisations? This article from Education Technology is food for thought

Discover more tips and tools

Useful Reading

  • Microsoft shares the key points from their recent Virtual Education Transformation Summit
  • The steep learning curve of remote learning

    20 May 2020 Vikki Hawkins, Primary Computing and Ed Tech Leader, UAE
    Lessons from the first weeks of remote learning from a school in the UAE.
  • Team Teacherly share their thoughts on the future models of education post COVID-19.
  • Strong demand for devices in Q1 has created concerns around inventory and replenishment globally
  • How can we use AI ethically in education?

    15 May 2020 Mark S. Steed, Principal and CEO of Kellett School, the British School in Hong Kong @independenthead
    Four risks that we need to consider
  • Outside to Inside

    15 May 2020 Anita Kleijn, Wellbeing Coordinator, Benjamin Franklin International School
    Experiences of lockdown school life from Benjamin Franklin International School, Spain
  • The Staff of 2030

    07 May 2020 Barbara Holzapfel, General Manager, Microsoft Education
    To best prepare the class of 2030 we need to better understand who the staff of 2030 will be and the education environment they will shape
  • Lessons in Distance Learning

    07 May 2020 Jon Scott, Teacher and Education Technology Consultant
    The skills educators have learned in lockdown will profoundly affect future practice
  • Flipping failure: 3 ways technology gets it right when learners get it wrong

    07 May 2020 Heather Abela, Learning by Questions
    Build confidence and resilience in students by employing techniques that show the progress they are making as individuals. After all, there’s no better position to travel in than the driving seat.

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