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Promethean at Bett 2023

March 29, 2023 @ 10:00 am March 31, 2023 @ 5:00 pm BST

Learning, transformed

Promethean’s next-generation interactive panel on Stand NL41

Promethean is excited to be at bett this year (29th – 31st March) to introduce the all-new ActivPanel and share the best of what edtech has to offer UK educators. On Stand NL41, Promethean will be celebrating education with an agenda of Learning, transformed, bringing a host of special guests and powerful content that will equip visitors with best practice insights to transform learning.

Built for breakthroughs, the ActivPanel will take centre stage as we welcome a programme of guest presenters to address topics such as staff and student wellbeing, education inequality and access, the role of edtech in closing the learning gap, and much more. 

The all-new ActivPanel

Learn more about the all new ActivPanel in this short video:

Visit the Promethean stand to win an ActivPanel

Win prizes every day on the Promethean stand!

Have your badge scanned on the stand to receive an entry ticket. Then come back at 16:00 each day to be in with a chance of winning a ActivPanel display for your school, Promethean goodies or Amazon voucher.

Full terms and conditions can be found here

Ahead @ Bett – Wednesday 29th March, 12.35pm

Ahead by Bett provides a place for the Higher Education community to congregate and tackle the plethora of business and pedagogical challenges faced by the sector.

Higher Education institutions around the world are working at a great pace to adapt to new approaches to learning, accelerate digital transformation and take advantage of new business models recently introduced to the sector.

Join Promethean in our sandbox session and explore why lectures need to move away from presentation mode to improve the effectiveness of education delivery, this session focuses on the role of interaction in knowledge and skills transfer. Learn why Blackburn Rovers Sports College shifted from ‘say and display’ strategies to integrate interaction into BTEC course content. Hear how Stranmillis University is equipping future educators with the skills to facilitate interaction in curriculum delivery.

Tech in Action – Wednesday 29th March, 3pm

The Tech in Action theatres are a hub for practical product demonstrations to deepen understanding and evaluated the efficacy of solutions. Come along to see Stuart Montgomery from Promethean on the Tech in Action stage, Wednesday 29th March, 3pm, and discover; Learning, transformed – using the ActivPanel 9 to teach with impact

This session will walk delegates through the features of the all-new ActivPanel, showing teachers how to leverage the potential of technology in the classroom – without having to worry about the technicalities of using a product. Focusing on the ActivPanel 9, learning outcomes include:

  • How to make the most of device connectivity including ActivSync technology
  • How to create secure and seamless user experiences with roaming profiles
  • Understanding the benefits of panel management and its role in energy efficiency
  • Using the ActivPanel to support classroom, hybrid and remote learning

Why visit bett 2023?

Not sure why you should visit bett 2023? Watch this video to see what Dave Shaw from Spire Junior School, thinks:

What is happening on Promethean stand NL41?

Learning with Parents

Promethean, will be continuing its collaboration with parental engagement charity, Learning with Parents, at this year’s Bett. Welcoming the charity on Stand NL41 for the duration of the show, Promethean is supporting Learning with Parents to launch a new digital reading log and promote a range of resources that aim to tackle inequality in UK education.

One of the first initiatives launched through the collaboration was a fully funded training session to share best practice on supporting families in disadvantaged areas to engage in learning. This was more recently followed by a data-driven insight paper which analysed a wealth of data from the charity’s parental engagement platforms, to understand if being in receipt of pupil premium impacts when a student completes their homework, and when teachers should set homework to achieve the most effective results from all learners.

Guest speakers on NL41:

Amanda Pickard

Amanda is a Primary School Teacher based in Scotland with experience of teaching children from 3-11 years old. Amanda is currently on secondment as a Digital Development Officer for South Ayrshire Council. Working with schools, teachers and pupils, she provides guidance and training to increase digital literacy and computer science skills, to enhance and support teaching and learning across the curriculum. She is passionate about digital technologies and leveraging them to support, engage, challenge and inspire.

Be Top of the CLASS with your ActivPanel Basics

The ActivPanel 9 comes equipped with the tools teachers and students need to support, and enhance, learning and teaching in the classroom. Sharing real classroom experiences and knowledge, Amanda will demonstrate why you don’t need to be tech savvy to use the ActivPanel in your classroom.

Jonathan Hull

Jonathan is Principal Teacher: Equity (Digital Inclusion) at East Renfrewshire Council in Scotland. He provides support and guidance to schools on the best use of digital tools within the classroom. Alongside this, he raises digital awareness and highlights best practice in the use of technology to enhance learning and teaching opportunities. Jonathan also promotes inclusion, to reduce the poverty related attainment gap in all of East Renfrewshire Council’s 41 educational establishments.

Be Top of the CLASS with your ActivPanel Extras

Mastering the basics of the ActivPanel 9 is easy and once its full potential has been realised it will become an indispensable tool in your classroom. Demonstrating how easily the ActivPanel can be used as the hub for digital learning in your classroom, Jonathan covers how it can be used with digital tools you are already familiar with.

James Culley

James Culley is Director of Digital Operations (LDE UTC), teacher of 3D Computing & VR, Freelance 3D Artist, Virtual Reality Developer, and Droid Builder. James uses technology to provide learners with the ability to exceed their potential, celebrate their diversity and embrace the opportunities of the 4th industrial revolution.

Why digital learning drives innovation 

James and learners from London Design and Engineering UTC will share how they use Promethean technology across a range of projects to help teach technical and scientific subjects in a whole new way. Come and speak to the students to explore their perspective of using interactive technologies.

Check back here or on Promethean’s social channels for more exciting updates!

It’s time to get ready for Bett.

Register for your free place now, head straight to Stand NL41, and follow @PrometheanUKI for live updates through the show.

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