Naace @ Bett 2017

Naace and Bett have developed over 30 plus years of association to represent education technology as a key tool for school improvement and an effective methodology for improving outcomes for learners. These two agendas are of enormous importance to school leaders and to others and, while attending BETT will inspire and invigorate, supporting Naace for the benefits of sustained collaboration and support is equally important in the long term.
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Dave Smith interviewed at Bett

Dave Smith, Computing and E-Safety Adviser for Havering Education Services and vice chair of the Naace board of management answers questions put to him at the Bett Show. Tell us a bit about yourself and your daily responsibilities I’m the Computing and E-Safety Adviser for Havering Education Services, based in London. I’m also the Junior Vice Chair of Naace, where, as part of the Board of Management I help with developing the strategy and processes for the way that Naace supports UK schools. What is your favourite thing about your job? It would definitely be the fact that what we do has an impact on pupils in the classroom, and ensures they’re getting a really effective provision for computing and E-Safety. I’m very passionate about making sure our children are kept safe when going online, so
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Nicky Morgan: Bett Show speech 2016

I spoke 2 days ago at the Education World Forum and in opening this session of BETT I officially close the forum until 2017. I hope ministers from around the world found it as constructive as I - and my ministers - did and I’m sure we are all looking forward to sharing our ideas again next year. It is such a treat to be here at BETT again. This showcase of education technology continues to go from strength to strength. There is no doubt that British exports of ICT products are stronger than ever with a more than 5% increase last year alone. It’s brilliant to have the best minds from Britain and around the world here and I’m really keen to see some of the stalls when I get the chance to have a walk round.
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BESA Naace Education Technology Briefing Paper

The leadership briefing paper contains 14 pages of data and key leadership questions around six key themes. Theme 1 - Ongoing funding of education technology by schools Theme 2 - Trend towards laptops and tablets as computing devices Theme 3 - Provision of a robust Wi-Fi and broadband infrastructure Theme 4 - Provision of adequate levels of education technology access Theme 5 - The need for CPD with the introduction of more laptops and tablets Theme 6 - The need for a range of high quality digital content
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Bett news…and a bit more

This is a new look for Naace. Alongside all the things we do which remain greatly valued by members, the Self-review Framework and ICT Mark, Third Millennium Learning Award and our publications, we launch new services and products, all available for you to check out for the duration of the show.
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