Join our Tech in Action Sessions at Bett 2020

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Michael Wilkinson

Bett 2020 is just around the corner and the ClickView Team is excited to see you there. Visit stand NH60 to say hi. We’re also sponsoring two presentations at the Tech in Action Theatre. Come along to a session to learn more about best practice in video learning.

Also did you know that we’ve been shortlisted for a Secondary Content Award at this year’s Bett Awards? More details below.

First Session: Captivating Your Class with World Class Video Content

23 January 2020 | 1:10-1:30PM | Tech in Action (North Hall) | ExCeL London

There isn’t a school today that doesn’t use video in and out of the classroom. Where do your staff source video content? Do your students know where to access resources for revision?

Carmel Bones, leading educationalist and honorary fellow of the Historical Association, will provide practical pedagogical examples of how to captivate your class, improve teaching and learning and ensure deeper understanding through video:

  • How to find and use great video teaching and learning content to engage student
  • Use broadcast TV to bring learning to life
  • Combine video and formative assessment tools to ensure understanding and support learner progress

Carmel will use history as an example subject, but the principles resonate across all subject areas.’ By attending this session delegates will see how to improve lesson quality, save valuable teachers time and improve outcomes for pupils.

About Carmel

Carmel Bones collaborates nationally and internationally influencing teachers who are leading on learning and teaching. She is thrilled to return to present at Bett for the third time in 2020. An honorary fellow of the Historical Association, Carmel is currently consulting with the BBC on ‘Explain This’ a new animated clip series. She has written GCSE content for Bitesize, Studytracks, and ClickView and on VR 360 in the classroom for the Chartered College of Teaching Technology Edition of Impact Carmel co-authored the Amazon best-selling Hodder ‘My Revision Notes’ for AQA and OCR B GCSE and partners clubs in the Premier League.

Second Session: Flipping the Flip

24 January 2020 | 2:20-2:40PM | Tech in Action (North Hall) | ExCeL London

Learn from award-winning teacher, consultant and author, ICT Evangelist Mark Anderson about the latest research and practice in education technology with a focus on flipped learning and supporting world class teaching and learning. Mark will share examples of using curriculum-linked video content & TV, alongside formative assessment tools to improve lessons, bring real world context to learning, saving teacher time, maximising contact time with students and raising standards. To show ‘Tech in Action’, Mark will use ClickView as the world’s leading producer of educational video content. This session is about pedagogy and practice and for any educators wanting to improve their practice.

About Mark

Mark Anderson is an award-winning global EdTech & Digital transformation consultant, educator, author, speaker and blogger.


Bett Awards 2020: ClickView is a Secondary Content Finalist

We’re pleased to announce that we have been shortlisted for a Secondary Content Award at this year’s Bett Awards. ClickView’s Secondary Library boasts over 2,000 visually stunning, curriculum-aligned videos across all subjects, with complementary teaching resources. Educators and students benefit from comprehensive curriculum coverage, with relevant content immediately available at their finger tips, each made with specific educational outcomes; to support the development of exceptional subject knowledge whilst driving pupil progress.

Aside from our world-class video resources, the entire ClickView product and services have been taken into consideration for this award nomination. This includes everything you find in ClickView, from our TV content, interactive videos, playlists, and library and learning management system integrations, to the unlimited levels of product support and staff training we deliver to schools and colleges.