The 7th BETT Radio Show will be broadcast live at 12.00pm from the Birmingham Technical Seminar at the National Motorcycle Museum, and will feature...
- David Wright, lead presenter at the RM Technical Seminars, talking about the last 20 years of technical training for schools
- Paul Humphrey, founding owner of Fiction Express from The London Book Fair
- Lee Dabin, Marketing Director for impero Software about his launch from The National Space Centre in May
- Simon Burton, founder of Wired Teachers on the importance of social networking for educators
- Simon Finch reporting from the 7th PELeCON at Plymouth University
- Gill Pearson from Hinchley Wood School talking about using management information to enhance high achievement
Tune in ONLINE at 12.00pm and if you'd like a mention on the show, please tweet using the #BETTRadio tag or Text 85010 putting the word Radio at the start of your message and Russell will be sure to mention you and your message live ON AIR.
Russell Prue is hosting all of the BETT radio shows and he's using the same school radio equipment for this show that schools can buy to broadcast their own learner-led shows. Russell also speaks internationally at education conferences about the rich use of ICT in learning and teaching and provides student live radio workshops for schools.
Want to participate in the next show? Get in touch with the Anderton Tiger Radio production team, enjoy all previous BETT Radio shows and for full contact details and online listening options, visit the Anderton Tiger website.