Thank you for visiting us at Bett this year!
It was great to be back at the Excel with you, celebrating the very best of education and sharing how our edtech solutions can help teachers transform learning in the classroom, and beyond.
In case you missed it… it was a packed agenda on SE51, so we’re bringing you the best of Promethean at Bett and giving you a final chance to unlock your Bett digital goodies.
Education Technology and Humanity in a Changing World
Dr John Collick delivered a keynote stand presentation that explored how the events of the past few years have forced us to rethink our priorities and refocus attention on the role of education technology in a rapidly changing world. With human interaction at education’s core, Dr Collick discussed how we should redefine students’ relationship to technology and what skills we should be teaching them to fully realise their social and emotional identities in a digital world.
Bring ChessKid to your classroom – for free!
ChessKid joined us with Shreyas Royal (England’s youngest FIDE Master) to share the educational benefits of chess in the classroom – and how technology can be used for tracking and measuring student progress.
The ChessKid team were with us for the duration of the show, with daily presentations on ‘Educational benefits of chess in the classroom’.
And as a thank you for visiting the Promethean stand, you can unlock a three-month ChessKid gold membership – completely free!
Supporting parents to engage in learning
Did you see Learning with Parents, the parental engagement charity on our stand at Bett?
Having taught in a comprehensive school serving an area of high deprivation, Tom Harbour founded Learning with Parents with the aim of tackling inequality in education by increasing parental engagement.
Learning with Parents joined us for a series of daily presentations, exploring ‘Can edtech help to close the disadvantage gap?’
The Learning with Parents team talked to visitors about the charity’s edtech platform for primary schools – ‘Maths with Parents’ and ‘English with Parents’ – which replace traditional homework with inclusive, hands-on family activities and provide a feedback vehicle from parent to teacher.
Are you a primary school leader? Learning with Parents offers a fully funded training session to share best practice on supporting families in disadvantaged areas to engage in learning.
Register for the fully-funded primary leader CPD session now.
Practical edtech advice from Teacher of the Year
Teacher of the Year and Deputy Head at Spire Junior School, Alex Bramley, led practical sessions which showed how to use the ActivPanel to facilitate co-operative learning and engagement using the ActivPanel. Alex also shared the strategies and initiatives his school have developed to promote wellbeing for staff and students.
A partnership built for panel management
Interactive flat panels improve the interactive learning experience. In addition, they provide benefits such as: encourage learning through interactivity, increase student interest, better feedback, improved classroom management and greater participation and inclusivity. They are also considered one of the biggest investments a school can make in the classroom, and as such require a robust device management platform in order to stay healthy and up-to-date.
Throughout Bett, Nadav Avni, Radix CMO, presented an overview of the Radix device management platform, enabling end-to-end management of the ActivPanel and shared best practices that will help you optimize your panel management.
Learn more about Radix now.
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Complete the form to learn more about the pre-loaded apps and award-winning software that come as standard with the ActivPanel, helping to transform learning environments and engage students.