Arguably the most important date on the educational technology calendar is now just two months away. BETT, the learning technology event held every year in London, was a massive success back in January – and there is even more reason to pay the show a visit this year.
Last year, the BETT Arena saw talks by Professor Brian Cox, Professor Sugata Mitra and flipped classroom pioneers Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams. BETT 2014 is the 30th anniversary of the show, and there will be more content than ever that teachers will find useful. There will be three CPD-accredited Summits, a chance to explore the work of ‘Europe’s leading online expert’ Professor Stephen Heppell, plus lots of presentations and fringe events taking place throughout the show’s four days. There’s also ‘try and test’ – where you can experience interactive demonstrations, get free guidance and advice on all the latest products that’ll make a real difference to learning in your school.
As always, Webanywhere will be exhibiting, and will be using the show to make two special announcements: The winners of a forthcoming competition for UK primary schools, and a new development from our team that will take its product range to the next level. More will be revealed closer to January.
For more information about BETT, check out the website – www.bettshow.com.
To keep an eye on Webanywhere product developments, keep checking Newsanywhere and www.webanywhere.co.uk for updates.
BETT 2014 will take place from the 22nd – 25th January, at Excel, London.