Norwegian educational technology is growing quickly and enjoying a strong international reputation. In just a few years, the industry has expanded to include more than 60 companies serving more than 140 million users worldwide. 11 of these companies form the Norwegian pavilion ‘The Norwegian Classroom’ at this year’s British Education and Training Technology (BETT) Exhibition in London, one of the world’s largest showcases for innovation in edtech.
Being smarter organised, more motivating and adapted to each individual learner, educational technology offers the opportunity to give everyone the chance to succeed in achieving the necessary and relevant knowledge, no matter your age. Much of Norwegian edtech is built on game based solutions and big data that secure cognitive and adaptive learning. This represents a revolution in learning and helps preparing our kids for the future through 21st century skills.
Our fast-changing world demands us to keep learning all our lives, and edtech helps making life-long learning accessible. At the BETT 2017 trade show at London’s ExCel, 40 000 teachers, school leaders, school owners and students are expected to visit over the next four days, experiencing the latest in edtech.
On January 26, H.R.H. Crown Prince Haakon of Norway will officially open The Norwegian Classroom pavilion, which is organised by IKT Norway and Oslo edtech Cluster. After the opening the Crown Prince will visit Level 39, Europe’s leading fintech incubator set up to help accelerate innovation in financial technology, smart cities, cyber security and retail.
To learn more and experience new ways of learning, register today for your free pass. The BETT conference is on from January 25 to January 28 2017.