ITN Business set to explore the world of EdTech in ‘EdTech: Innovating Teaching and Learning’
Launching at BETT UK, the world’s leading EdTech show, 24th-26th January 2024
As Education Technology continues to reshape the educational landscape, the UK has emerged as a world leader, with rapid growth in the last decade. With the global EdTech market poised for exponential expansion by 2025, innovative tools are transforming both teaching practices and the learning experience itself.
To highlight the impact of EdTech, ITN Business will produce news-style programme, ‘EdTech: Innovating Teaching and Learning’, premiering this January at BETT UK 2024. The programme will delve into the dynamic world of EdTech, showcasing how digital tools and techniques are revolutionising learning in classrooms.
‘EdTech: Innovating Teaching and Learning’ will be hosted by tech journalist and presenter, Georgie Barrat, from ITN’s London studio, and will feature organisations that are playing a part in the EdTech revolution, those helping to transform teaching and navigate education in the digital age. The programme will share case study led stories of the impact the technology has on the next generation and look ahead to how learning is being empowered by education technology.
Launching this January, ‘EdTech: Innovating Teaching and Learning’ will combine expert interviews, news items and reporter-led sponsored editorial profiles. The programme will be promoted by experts in the EdTech space, NAACE – The Education Technology Association, BESA – The British Educational Suppliers Association and BETT – the world’s leading EdTech show.
Nina Harrison-Bell, Head of ITN Business said: “By delving into the success stories and trends within the EdTech sector, our programme aims to inspire educators, students, and stakeholders alike, fostering a greater understanding of the tools driving the future of education.”
Premiering at BETT UK 2024, the programme will also be hosted on a bespoke page on the new ITN Business hub, launching October 2023, and will be supported by extensive paid and organic digital campaign across social media platforms.
There are opportunities for organisations to be featured in the programme and lead their own news item. We’re looking for organisations at the forefront of developments to take part and share their story. If this seems relevant to your work, then please contact Jeff Blackmore or James Salver.