See who popped into the UKEdChat Video Pod at #BETT2017

The BETT show has concluded for another year, and this year we were delighted to be a media partner for the show. We were one of the few exhibitors who were not actually selling anything, and were keen to allow the community to pop along to pick up a free magazine, meet the team, and given the chance to pop into the video pod to share what they had seen at the show, or to share their UKEdChat story.

All the videos created are on the UKEdChat YouTube Channel (click here to subscribe), with some of the highlights shared below. We are hoping to attend future exhibitions, and are considering taking our video pod along. If you would like us to attend your show or exhibition, then drop us a line.

Hywel Roberts was one of the first attendees to the video pod, and he explained why he was at BETT, and the focus of the seminar that he was due to present…


Alessio Bernardelli (asober) from @collaborat_ed also popped in, explaining what had caught his eye at the show…


We were delighted to welcome Ross McGill (TeacherToolkit) into the pod, and he was very magnanimous about the impact UKEdChat has had on him professionally…


We received a late entry from Stephen Lockyer (@MrLockyer) who was enjoying his time at the boat show!


It was great to support and see edtech start ups popping around the show. Helen from @DoItKits popped into the booth to showcase what she is trying to achieve…


People were also very complimentary about the whole ethos behindUKEdChat, including these kind words from someone, whose details we forgot to take!
Do you know her? Let us know, so we can attribute and thank her…


Katja Schipperheijn (@katjahoi) popped in to talk about @scooluk helping to keep pupils safe in the world of social media…


And it was great to see Natalie from ReflectiveThinking popping by to tell us about their edtech product…


Mark Mullis (@markmu11is) popped in talking about a platform that helps primary school pupils consider their online social media identities…


More videos will be added here soon, but you can explore more from the BETT Show 2017 via our YouTube channel, or via our Facebook page (click here to view/like).

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