Bett UK 2024 is the largest education technology exhibition in the world, bringing together educators from across the education landscape and showcasing 600+ innovative EdTech innovations across three days.
What do you hope to gain from the conference?
I am excited to meet people from around the world who are passionate about education and learn about how their work is improving the lives of children and young people, as well as sharing the important work that HundrED does with a new audience. I particularly look forward to attending the Design4SDGs Challenge, and seeing what innovative ideas young people aged 9-14 are going to share. For our 2025 Global Collection we would love to see more innovations created by young people. I am also looking forward to attending Namya Joshi’s talk on how game based learning changed her life. Namya Joshi is a HundrED Youth Ambassador Alumni, and is doing amazing work in the EdTech space.
Why is it important for HundrED to be attending Bett UK 2024 now?
Interest in EdTech and the number of innovators working in this space continues to grow, which was reflected in our 2024 Global Collection, where over a quarter of our selected innovations were related to EdTech. I hope that Bett UK will provide further insights into new and emerging trends in EdTech, and highlight key innovations working in this field globally. I look forward to meeting new innovations and reconnecting with members of our HundrED community.
If you would like to arrange a meeting with Frederika during Bett UK, please contact email@example.com
Frederika is based in the UK and works with HundrED’s Research Team. She has a background in Primary and Early Years education, spanning the UK, USA and Australia. Following a diverse range of career and educational experiences across multiple sectors - including teaching, education research, family law, and an MA from King’s College London focusing on children’s rights - Frederika is passionate about ensuring young people have access to quality education globally and that their voice is heard.