Bett Themes for 2020

Bett MEA provides an innovative platform for the education community

We have determined six new themes that will frame the conference sessions for Bett MEA 2020. Mapped from our global 2020 themes, these topics will ensure that every learner and educator can find the sessions relevant to their role and truly benefit from this year’s content programme.

Bett Themes



  • Ensuring an exceptional teacher CPD provision that builds digital literacy and resilience as well as developing subject knowledge
  • Benefiting from a showcase of the leading-edge suppliers and gain the tools to effectively integrate technology into your institution
  • Harnessing the power of meaningful relationships within and between school communities, businesses, governments and authorities




  • Developing a whole school approach to student wellbeing with a focus on cyberbullying and peer-to-peer support
  • Prioritising staff wellbeing and teacher retention by reducing workload and sharing best practice for resilience
  • Fostering essential strategies such as digital citizenship, whole school safeguarding culture and understanding the uses of online software to help protect your school


Innovation in Teaching & Learning


  • Exploring best practice to ensure impact, efficacy and use of technology
  • Creating a community of educators in order to exchange best practice techniques, make better use of existing hardware and software and grow peer-to-peer learning
  • Sharing solutions that are both pedagogically and evidence-led to enable children to learn in new and innovative ways




  • Exploring the role assistive technologies play in the identification of learning needs and providing personalised learning for SEND students so that teachers can be confident in providing the right access and support systems
  • Improving student awareness of cultures outside their own through contextualised learning and sharing success stories across the global education community
  • Engaging socially and economically disadvantaged groups in education through access to quality cross-phase education

E-Learning & Blended Learning


  • Creating an agile, outcome-driven learning model that can effectively adapt to changes in the global economy, climate and environment
  • Improving approaches to distance learning and offline learning for areas which struggle to access education
  • Maintaining engagement in the student population during remote learning by utilising personalised approaches to teaching and assessment





  • Discovering how you can leverage these partnerships to ensure that your students develop an aptitude for lifelong learning and resilience at Bett MEA
  • Ensuring that all learners develop the future skills to drive sustainable development across the region
  • Prioritising entrepreneurial learning and develop partnerships with industries at an earlier stage of education in order to help students adapt to the ever-changing international job market