This year, GlobalLab presented its products for the first time at the British Educational Training and Technology Show (BETT). During the four days of the trade show our modest exhibit caused no small stir!
The British Educational Training and Technology Show, held annually in London for the past 30 years, showcases the use of information technology in education. GlobalLab’s modest exhibit caused no small stir. During the four days of the trade show, we became acquainted with many publishers of educational materials, met many manufacturers of sensors and other equipment for schools, were introduced to useful educational resources and, of course, we met with many teachers from different countries. We look forward to further collaboration and development of GlobalLab’s international expansion in the near future.
Among other visitor’s to GlobalLab’s booth was the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Tatarstan, Engel Navapovich Fattakhov. (in the photo Tatiana Krupa, left, and Boris Berenfeld, center).
GlobalLab’s president Tatiana Krupa has attended BETT for many years and watches with interest the developments in education. What follows is her summary of this year’s exhibition, “This year BETT, the largest educational trade show, met in London for its 30th anniversary. Over 30,000 people attend annually in order to see the latest in educational technology, to track trends in the field of education, and to take part in a variety of lectures and seminars. Here you can catch a glimpse into the future while also noting how quickly things change in the modern world.
Of note this year: