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  • Robots have immense promise as educational aides. We offer a glimpse into the mechanical marvels which may be fixtures in innovative classrooms in the future.
  • The missing piece in online safeguarding: suicide prevention

    04 Apr 2024 by Sam Smith and Elena Yaneva, R;pple Suicide Prevention
    2024 Bett speaker, Sam Smith, shares how universities can do more to support students who may be at risk of suicide.
  • Using tech to enhance and enable educators, not replace them! 

    27 Mar 2024 Created in partnership with Dr. Neelam Parmar - AISL Harrow Schools
      Are you worried about the ever-changing EdTech landscape? Not sure where to turn for guidance or advice? Meet Dr. Neelam Parmar, Director of Digital Education and Professional Learning. Neelam is a ...
  • Bett UK 2024 brought 30,000 educational professionals from 129 countries to explore the latest in education together.
  • Here’s our expert advice on how to make sure the connections between educators and solution providers made at Bett don’t end after the show.
  • Six steps to nurture future female leaders from the classroom

    06 Mar 2024 By Laura Tristram, Founder, Lumii
    In thinking about this year's International Women's Day theme, 'Fostering Inclusive Inspiration,' I took time to reflect on women's leadership progress.
  • AI learns from past mistakes, and so must we

    28 Feb 2024 by Kay Firth-Butterfield, CEO, Good Tech Advisory
    Bett 2024 keynote speaker Kay Firth-Butterfield was recently named by Time Magazine as one of only four people recognised for their impact on AI. Here the CEO of Good Tech Advisory LLC reflects on the ...
  • Five action points to address pupil anxiety

    27 Feb 2024 by Rachel Bostwick, Senior Partnership and Enterprise Consultant, Carnegie School of Education at Leeds Beckett University
    If a child says, “this week’s maths homework is difficult”, they may need some additional support but there is likely little cause of concern.
  • As artificial intelligence develops at breakneck speed, its impact will touch all sectors and all workers – education included.
  • Imagine the scene…30,000 fully engaged visitors from 129 countries  ready to connect and collaborate, 616 companies showcasing the latest EdTech, more CPD than ever before and 397 speakers lighting up ...

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