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  • As a Headteacher, what I really want to see at Bett are resources that will have a sustained impact for my pupils back at school.
  • Winning and shortlisted schools from this year’s International School Awards highlight innovation to support student wellbeing, diversity, equity and inclusion.
  • BESA reveal findings from their latest ‘ICT in Schools’ research.
  • Ahead of our session 'Empowering agency and expertise for EdTech futures' we take a deeper dive into how digital learning and teaching professions are changing.
  • How can incorporating esports education help you to address the skills gap as part of your future digital strategy?
  • With a focus on Transversal and Meta skills, South Eastern Regional College has developed an entrepreneurial ecosystem underpinned by digital skills.
  • Our sector is loaded with acronyms and abbreviations. From NCT to NQT, ESOL to EdTech.
  • Dr Fiona Aubrey-Smith introduces PedTech – the fresh new approach to EdTech that everybody is talking about.
  • EdTech Hubs

    02 Feb 2023
    LGfL and EdTech UK are working in partnership to develop communities of practice that provide peer-to-peer support for the effective use of technology for enhancing teaching and learning.
  • We sit down with Dr Sally Uren ahead of her session on Bett 2023’s main Arena to explore her vision of systemic change for the education sector. 
  • Dr Gill Ferrell considers educational values as a basis for learning innovation and the development of a trusted EdTech ecosystem.
  • Discover how school and college leaders can deliver impactful, long-term solutions to tackle this urgent issue across the whole school community.
  • In today's changing world, digital accessibility must be at the core of decisions made on campus.
  • Involving students in the debate around digital technology in Higher Education increases the chance of a positive impact.
  • Ufi have opened their £900k Activate grant fund, supporting the development of new digital tools and approaches with the potential to transform how people gain skills for work. Have an idea for how te ...
  • ‘Nurturing the talent of tomorrow’ runs through the very heart of The Romero Catholic Academy. This family of one secondary and seven primary schools offers a seamless learning journey for children ag ...

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