8 companies from Northern Ireland who specialise in education technology exhibited at bett in London.

Northern Ireland is at the forefront of education technology. Our vibrant EdTech sector delivers a wide range of state-of-the-art products and services to customers across the UK and internationally.

With access to exceptional technology, world-leading university research and innovation hubs, a skilled talent supply and an entrepreneurial eco-system, it’s easy to see why technology innovators thrive in Northern Ireland.

Who attended

  • BOOP

    BOOP supports students of all abilities in growing their self-confidence and independence, enabling them to reach their full potential. Used at school and at home, the software platform provides a consistent learning environment, for students, that extends beyond the school gates.

    BOOP effectively encourages collaborative teamwork and communication among the key people involved in the student's development, allowing for learning support creation that is tailored to each individual student.

    BOOP helps to implement an inclusive and diverse classroom environment through structured learning and communication.

  • Early Years App

    Early Years App is proved to transform the way to record, link and report on children's development. This app is a simple and effective way of recording including:

    • - Speech-to-text observations
    • - Milestone linking
    • - In-depth reporting
    • - Scalable to multiple locations
  • EDMIN

    The Student Support Portal is an inclusive on-line community of professionals and parents of children with additional needs.  The Portal can be used to discuss and share best practice, and enables engagement with the latest providers of assistive technology.  The Portal has forums and resources that offer support and answers on topics that are of high interest.

  • Izak9 Maths

    Izak9 Maths uses the presence of a physical manipulative, supported by a portfolio of video stimuli, lessons and mathematical tasks. Pupils work together in small teams to solve the tasks in an open, visual and curious shared learning environment. Suitable for primary and secondary.

  • Jetpack Learning

    Jetpack Learning provide an online authoring platform that enables teachers and educational publishers to create personalised, educational, games for K-12 students. The platform has proved particularly useful for creating games for language and literacy learning. Games can be created in any language and used to teach any subject. The platform works within a school’s LMS or can be accessed remotely.

  • Learning Mole

    LearningMole produces engaging educational animated video resources to support parents, children and teachers. Our animations focus on children teaching children and we deliver concepts from across the curriculum. We focus on thinking and enquiry skills as well as a range of topics and subjects.

  • MakeMatic

    MakeMatic creates exceptional content for educators and families so that all students can build their creativity and innovation skills.

    It does this with hand-crafted, bite-sized videos and animation – developed in collaboration with partners like Crayola, Adobe, Unity and Microsoft – and licensed to educational partners around the world.

  • Wholeschool

    Wholeschool is an Education Technology Platform of integrated School Improvement Services

    These include- School Self-Evaluation, School Development Planning, E-Learning(LMS), Pupil Benchmarking, Room Booking, Curriculum Mapping, ICT Skills Academy, Alumni Management, Managed Websites and Mobile Apps.


    We support over 400,000 registered users including every teacher and pupil in Northern Ireland as part of a National Contract and we are expanding internationally.
     

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