We at Bi-Bright believe that we are living times of great changes and potential. With this ethos in mind on the daily basis, we are carrying it to Bett 2017 at stand G130! Advocating for a pedagogical model cherished by teachers and students, we will showcase our products and illustrate how they can better help you on teaching and learning. Additionally, because education can get you anywhere but does not get everywhere, we joined forces with Maria Cristina Foundation to help equip a school on Bangladesh.
As a partner of Microsoft, Skooler will be on the Microsoft Partner Campus during the Bett Show (25th - 28th January). Headteachers and educators can learn, be inspired and walk away with practical guidance around how they can transform their classroom and help “empower every student on the planet to achieve more”. You can find us at Stand P7.
Notetalker are pleased to announce that they will be exhibiting at Bett 2017, the major education conference taking place from 25th - 28th January. As this year’s focus is on educational game-changers, the Notetalker team will be focusing on how they have produced a completely holistic solution for effective, inclusive note-taking for any educational institution. Attendees are encouraged to visit them at Stand G83.
Groupcall has been developing software to improve school-home communications for 15 years. Recently we published an e-book summarising the academic research relating to parental engagement, top tips for helping schools put together a parental engagement strategy and a glossary of the best EdTech tools available to support best practice in this area.
“It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.” - Albert Einstein
Millions of pupils around the world enjoy BrainPOP’s animated videos every day, building their knowledge and understanding. A well made video can capture a pupil’s attention and deliver effective learning in a few minutes. And making animations to introduce curriculum concepts is something we’ve worked hard at perfecting over the years.
As a four-day event with around 40,000 visitors from all over the world, approximately 700 exhibitors, and a jam-packed programme of speakers, sessions, continuing professional development (CPD) workshops and more, preparation is key to getting the most out of Bett. To help you do this, we asked a handful of seasoned show-visitors to share their top tips for making Bett a truly worthwhile and enjoyable experience.
At Bett 2017, the focus will be on education game changers, with sessions and discussions exploring how educators from across the world can help transform the future of education. Collaboration is key. After all, no one understands the sector and what schools need more than the people who work in them: the headteachers, senior leadership teams, classroom teachers and reception staff. These are the people who experience and witness first-hand the challenges within schools on any given day.
The Bett Arena speakers for Bett 2017 have been announced, and are set to include Heston Blumenthal, Sir Tony Robinson, Ed Stafford, Eric Sheninger and Professor Stephen Heppell – to name just a few. The Bett Arena will host educators from across the globe, gathering on the show’s centre stage for a passionate, open, knowledgeable and entertaining look at how we can create a better future through education.
Bett, the leading global education event, will from 25th to 28th January return to ExCel London, with a fresh focus on game-changers within education. The event attracts more than 30,000 educators from across the world each year who come to see the latest and most innovative learning resources and to learn from the various seminars. The Bett Show is free to attend.