WonderHub’s Live Edtech Webinar

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WonderHub’s Live Edtech Webinar

WonderHub’s Edtech Webinar Series #EdtechLive


Thank you to everyone who tuned in to watch WonderHub’s first live webinar discussing the past, present and future of Edtech.

The mission of these broadcasts is to democratise the conversation around Edtech. We want to hear from Edtech experts, teachers, parents, suppliers and even the kids themselves to help drive forward the conversation about how (and if!) Edtech is most effective. This means getting out on the road to meet you and your peers.


If you missed our broadcast then it doesn’t mean you missed out! Scroll down or click here to watch our livestream.

The panel for ‘The Past, Present and Future of Edtech’:

  • Niel McLean: Previously Executive Director of BECTA. Member of the Government’s Educational Technology Action Group. Currently providing advice countries across the Western Balkans on developing digital skills in the region.
  • Miles Berry: Principal lecturer for Computing Education at the University of Roehampton. Author of Switched on Computing. Board member of Computing At School (CAS), the BCS Academy of Computing & Computer Science Teachers Association. Miles is also the editor of The Free Computing & Digital Making Magazine for Educators.
  • Cat Scutt: Director of Education & Research at Chartered College of Teaching. Doctoral Researcher at UCL IOE. Previously a teacher and Head of Learning Technology & Innovation at GDST.


The discussion was chaired by WonderHub’s co-founder, Jonathan Page.


Check out the stream below while we finish editing our HD version. Keep an eye out for more and more video content coming out from WonderHub. We have been recording with Edval at their TeachFirst senior leadership training session on timetabling. Last week we were in Telford with Vex Robotics interviewing teachers and children at their national finals. This week we are filming with WomenEd in Oxford, where they will be discussing flexible working and encouraging women to pursue leadership roles in education. All 200 tickets are now sold out but by popular demand, we will be live-streaming the first hour of the event.


Watch the recorded webinar below!

Click on the below image to take you to our Periscope page where you can interact with past & future viewers.


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