Visit Promethean at Stand SN41 at London ExCel
Wednesday 22nd January – Saturday 25th January 2020
With more than 20 years’ experience in education, Promethean is a global leader in education technology. Promethean’s combined hardware and software solutions are designed to transform classrooms into collaborative and connected learning environments that promote student participation and engagement.
Every year Promethean exhibits at Bett to showcase the latest technology developments and share our industry insights. This year is no different, visit Stand SN41 to see what we have on offer.
Reasons to visit Stand SN41
Visit Promethean to enjoy the following:
- Experience the Elements – hands-on demonstrations of the latest ActivPanel, see how they can make a difference in your classroom and school
- Educator talks – strategy and insight from a range of experts from the field of education, learn how investment in Edtech can make a difference to your classroom and school
- Promethean Classroom – see and join in with exciting and engaging lesson content making best use of front of class technology
- Edmodo – discover how Edmodo can support you to manage your classroom and engage your students
- JumpStart – using developmentally appropriate learning games and activities, JumpStart Academy products deliver educational experiences across all platforms
Meet a variety of partners from across the education industry on Stand SN41, including…
London Design & Engineering UTC
The Learning Partnership
National Learning Trust
Meet our presenters
Promethean will host a number of presentations on stand throughout Bett 2020, here are some of the people that you can expect to see.
Rachel Ashmore has been working at Promethean for 17 years, specialising in the creation and delivery of training sessions that benefit end-users to make best use of education technology. Rachel is Head of Promethean Academy, which ensures schools have access to free training resources and content that are readily available online, alongside insightful demonstrations and orientation training sessions.
Having taught in a variety schools for 11 years, Stephen Holden took his first headship at Tottington Primary School in Bury. As a school that was satisfactory over time and then placed in RI, Stephen worked quickly and efficiently with an outstanding team to rapidly improve standards and provision. The school now leads the way in research-led, innovative approaches to education that ensure high engagement and speedy progress for all.
Mark Robinson, Head of Content and Curriculum at The Learning Partnership, has expertise in the education technology sector and in large scale, ministry of education-level research projects – looking into STEAM education, teacher development and the role of technology in assessment and learning. In his current role, Mark designs and delivers international STEAM competitions, spanning aerospace, automotive, construction and engineering challenges, that promote student engagement and increase interest in STEAM subjects within schools.
Introducing the New Promethean Elements Series
The ActivPanel Elements Series delivers a revolutionary new user interface that places all of the most commonly used tools right at teachers’ fingertips and within natural line of sight. This Unified Menu is always accessible and allows teachers to move seamlessly between content and resources without disrupting the flow of lessons.
Can’t make it to Bett 2020?
Experience the Elements in your school
If you are unable to attend Bett this year, then arrange a free demonstration in your school.
Thoughtfully crafted from the ground up, the ActivPanel Elements series interactive displays for schools are based on extensive user research to deliver innovation and ease-of-use that matters to teachers and students, as well as the security and manageability trusted by IT professionals and administrators.