The visionary Professor of Educational Technology headed Friday afternoon’s keynote lineup.
The second day at Bett 2020 was off to an incredible start with the insightful Made by Dyslexia panel.
Microsoft’s keynote led with new research that examined what teachers would need in the classroom of 2030.
The Guide offers exclusive interviews with keynote speakers and select exhibitors, insight into the latest trends in education technology, the best new laptops and Chromebooks, new edtech being shown for the first time at Bett, and MUCH MORE!
Bett has announced a three-year global partnership with SMART Technologies in the UK, Asia, Middle East and Africa.
The research, conducted by Teacher Tapp, surveyed over 4,800 teachers to get their opinions on both where they would like to see innovation in education, and their reactions when it is introduced.
"We think The Education Show @ Bett 2020 will help UK educators and international visitors get more out of the experience than ever before," said Eve Harper, Bett Show Event Director,
“The ethics around the use of AI in the classroom is challenging for schools," said Eve Harper, Bett Show Director for the UK
Crick has released a special symbol-supported version of its child-friendly literacy app, Clicker Connect, for children with additional learning and communication needs.
T&L Content Director Kevin Hogan interviews Marcus Kingsley, Director, NetSupport, on latest the issues faced and solutions provided for schools this year.