UKEdChat Media Partner for #BETT2017

UKEd.Media, the Social Enterprise Initiative supporting the UKEdChat communities is today proud to announce that it is a media partner for Bett 2017, which takes place at London’s ExCeL in January.

UKEdChat supports a vibrant community of teachers and educators in supporting and developing pedagogical practice throughout the UK, with a growing community of global educators who look at the lead taken by UK teachers.

Using popular Social Media platforms to report live from the event, along with sharing the latest innovations in educational technology, UKEdChat will be handing out 10,000 copies of its popular UKEdMagazine, showcasing highlights from the event, along with hosting live conversations in the arena as well as via Social Media platforms. The magazine is currently accepting bookings for advertising for this bumper issue, which will be handed out from UKEdChat’s exhibition stand during the event.

UKEdMagazine Editor, Martin Burrett, said: “It is fantastic that Bett recognises the reach achieved by UKEdChat. We have built up this community of educators organically since the weekly conversations started in 2010. Our ethos is to share ideas, resources and pedagogy that benefit teaching and learning, and being a Media Partner for Bett 2017 in London allows us to showcase the event and the fantastic educational technologies that are revealed during the event.”

Debbie French, portfolio director, Bett, said: “At Bett we believe in creating a better future by transforming education. The community of passionate, committed educators that has developed around Bett over the past thirty plus years shows that the education sector believes in the power of debate and conversation. Our mission is to bring together people, ideas, practices and technologies so that educators and learners and fulfil their potential, so partnering with UKEdChat was a natural fit for us.”


Media enquiries: 0330 330 4673 extension 1 – admin@ukedchat.com

Magazine & promotional enquiries: 0330 330 4673 extension 2 – editor@ukedchat.com

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The Editorial Account of UKEdChat, managed by editor-in-chief Colin Hill, with support from Martin Burrett from the UKEd Magazine. Pedagogy, Resources, Community.

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