Futuresource BETT Show Review 2022
Now more than ever, the deployment of technology to support connection and collaboration is vital. Especially in creating a future for students that delivers personalised experiences that build on their strengths, skills and interests.
In our BETT Post-Show Report, our education analysts provide a snapshot of the leading product launches and talking points witnessed across the three-day event. While this report doesn’t include all 550 exhibitors and vast number of presentations, it does include in-depth analysis that provides Futuresource clients with vital present and future insight into the education space.
Esports: Industry 4.0 and Smart Learning – Ed Tech Panel
This panel from Ed Tech Collaborative discusses the use of Esports in education; how are the education and corporate sectors facing both opportunities and disruption presented by the industrial revolution and its technologies? COVID-19 has fast tracked educators to rely solely on digital delivery. This panel explores the potential for Esports to be used as a keystone, connecting the current education ecosystem with a smart learning framework.
Exploring Innovation in Content Delivery – Ed Tech Panel
Interest in providing students with innovative content has accelerated during the pandemic school closures. But what does innovation really look like in a practical sense? This panel, containing panellists who have already explored innovation in content delivery, including interactive voice, AI, and interactive lesson creation, will explore what they’ve learned to date and where the industry is headed.
COVID-19 - An Accelerant for Platform Integration and Maturity - Ed Tech Panel
In this session from Ed Tech Collaborative, Jim Gardner at DoE provides an overview of the English Government’s technology intervention for schools during COVID, whilst discussing their digital strategy for the next 5-10 years. Following this, John Solomon, VP & GM at Chrome OS explores the focus on helping schools deliver powerful teaching and learning experiences remotely. The session then moves onto an engaging panel discussion around platform tools for education, looking ahead to future opportunities.
Driving Institutional Transformation: What Next for the Smart Campus? - Ed Tech Panel
How is COVID-19 driving change, particularly in higher education? The last year or two has certainly encouraged the experimentation of educational delivery and the digitisation of the campus experience. Institutions must think about the future – not just in terms of planning for another potential pandemic, but how to prepare for change and innovation. How can we continue to improve the student experience through smart campuses?