Free educational guides
With autonomy a key feature of today’s educational landscape, and a central theme at the BETT Show 2012, the Government is keen for schools to decide for themselves on the types of technology that will best meet their pupils’ needs.
ICT is constantly evolving, but, with so much technology to choose from, it can be difficult to know where to start. To help you out, we have put together some free downloadable guides that outline some ways that you could use new technology within your classroom. Pop along to stand H39 to collect your free guides throughout the show, or click to download on each day.
Games-based learning: In the first of our free BETT guides, we look at how, and why, to use computer and video games with your pupils.
ICT security tips for schools: Within the current economic climate, laptop and mobile ICT theft is a growing problem for schools. This handy guide will give you some tips on how to prevent laptop theft and keep your school’s ICT safe.
Using iPads in the classroom: This BETT guide will give you ideas for how to use iPads in the classroom and outlines some free educational apps.
School science experiments: This booklet will give you lots of ideas for quick and easy science experiments to do with your pupils. All of these inexpensive science experiments can be completed with everyday materials.