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Bett Awards - the 2015 Winners

The winners of the 17th Bett Awards 2015 were announced last night (Jan 21, 2015) at the Bett Awards Dinner held at The Brewery, London

Posted by Dave Higgitt | January 22, 2015 | Events

The annual Bett Awards represent a partnership between i2i Events Group, the organisers of Bett, the world’s largest learning education technology event, and the education sector’s trade association and Bett founders, BESA. 

BESA managed the judging process, overseeing the impartiality and fairness of the two-stage judging process by a diverse panel. Members of the panel are revised each year to ensure a broad and fair perspective of the qualities needed in today’s learning environments. 

The judges, who are all educational professionals, look for what works in the classroom or the school setting in terms of design, cost-effectiveness, support of higher order thinking skills and effective learning and teaching styles. 

Considered the highest accolade in the industry, the Bett Awards bring together developers, distributors and educational practitioners each year to recognise, reward and celebrate ICT excellence in the education sector. 

The winners of the Bett Awards 2015 in each category are: 

Company

Product

Early Years Digital Content

Day Two Productions

The Traditional Storyteller Apps

Primary Digital Content

Rising Stars

Switched on Computing

Secondary, FE & Skills Digital Content

Soundbitelearning UK Ltd

GCSEPod

Best Whole Course Curriculum Content 

3P Learning

Mathletics

ICT Tools for Learning and Teaching – web based

SMART Technologies

SMART amp

ICT Tools for Learning and Teaching – non-web based

2Simple Software

2Build a Profile

Digital Collections and Resource Banks

Encyclopaedia Britannica

Britannica School

Highly Commended

London Grid for Learning

The Tudors in London

ICT Special Educational Needs Solutions

SOUND FOR LIFE

Forbrain

Digital Devices

zSpace Inc

zSpace Virtual Reality Science Lab

ICT Leadership and Management Solutions

South West Grid for Learning (SWGfL)

BOOST

Free Digital Content/Open Educational Resources

Just2easy

J2Code

International Digital Resources

3P Learning

Mathletics

Educational Apps

Red Jumper Studio

Book Creator

ICT Company of the Year – < £1m turnover

ICT Service and Support

Sonocent Ltd

Toshiba

Highly Commended

Highly Commended

Jigsaw School Apps

Joskos Solutions Ltd

ICT Company of the Year – between £1m and £10m turnover

ICT Exporter of the Year

Frog Education

LearnPad

Highly Commended

Highly Commended

EducationCity

Little Bridge World

ICT Company of the Year – over £10m turnover

Outstanding Achievement

Promethean

Charles Clarke

Innovation in ICT

Airhead Education Ltd

Debbie French, portfolio director at i2i Events Group said: “The Bett Awards are recognised around the world as a sign of excellence. This has evolved over the past 17 years because of the increasing calibre of the entries that we receive year on year. Each pushes at the very boundaries of what is new, innovative and possible in technology. This commitment to enhancing and transforming the education sector is something that we see on an impressive scale both throughout the UK and internationally, and we are excited to help celebrate this again in 2015.”

Caroline Wright, director, BESA adds: “The winners of the Bett Awards join an elite circle, enjoying recognition within the sector in the UK and from around the world. The Bett Awards will continue to offer educational suppliers the opportunity to showcase their most innovative and engaging resources and provides the sector with a measure of quality.”

www.bettawards.com.

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