Join us at Bett 2015, the global meeting place for the latest education innovations and solutions transforming today’s learning environments

Learn Bigger

This year at Bett, Intel® Education explores hot topics in education—big data, the basics (reading, writing, and arithmetic), and new basics like digital citizenship and coding. Discover ways to empower your educators with informed strategies for reaching students, assessing progress, and achieving success. 

Meet us at stand C270.

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Big Data and Learning Basics Tour

Meet real educators and take a journey with us from the back-end server room to the students’ learning experiences. With new insights into every aspect of a student’s performance, accessing the right data at the right time makes learning more impactful than ever before. 

Take the tour at stand C270 to be entered to win a prize.

 

Intel® Education Activities Information
Stand C270 Meet Intel® Education: See how education is transforming with data, and how to get the most out of classroom devices for reading, writing and arithmetic. Explore the new "must have" basics in today’s education like digital citizenship and coding.
Live Coding Sessions

Due to recent changes in the UK national curriculum, coding is now fundamental to education technology and STEM. Attend these daily sessions to see how educators can integrate coding into classrooms. Check back for the full schedule.

The Changing Face of Education CIOs

Bett Arena Session – Thursday, January 22, 2015 – 3:30 to 4:30 pm

Join Intel Vice President Gordon Graylish, and former Los Angeles Unified School District CIO Ron Chandler, to discuss the opportunities and challenges today’s CIOs face to make learning more personal while managing the perils of student privacy and data security. 

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