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7 New@ BETT www. bettshow. com What'sonat BETTin2010? Future Learning Spaces ( National Hall gallery) A brand new event for 2010, developed in collaboration with Partnerships for Schools that enables visitors to see what classrooms of the future look like. Here visitors can find organisations involved in Building Schools for the Future and the Primary Capital Programme who will be running information- Pods and seminars. Turn to page 13 for more information on this area. Playful Learning ( Grand Hall) The central feature event designed by award winning, Prof. Stephen Heppell focuses on the notion that games can lead children down a positive path and engage them in learning. Visitors can see the latest gaming equipment from educational suppliers and also hear Prof. Stephen Heppell's thoughts on games based learning. To find out more turn to page 10 Supporting Next Generation Learning ( National Hall) Formally the Policy in Practice area, here visitors can see how technology is being used to make next generation learning a reality. Becta, DCSF, the National College for Leadership of Schools and Children's Services, the National Education Network, Qualification and Curriculum Development Agency, the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust, Training and Development Agency for Schools, NAACE and others will be on hand in this area to offer advice and answer questions. What's on BETT 2010 has a brand new theme of, ' learning together through technology' and with that, comes brand new feature areas, events, exhibitors and seminars. With so much going on, visitors need a point in the right direction if they are to find everything they need. Here is a summary of what visitors can expect to see at BETT 2010 BESA Information Point ( D46) Located at the centre of the show in the Grand Hall, visitors can find information on seminars, free product training sessions, CPD workshops and special exhibition zones. Special Needs Information Point ( SN15) Run by nasen, the leading UK professional association embracing all special and additional educational needs, the Special Needs Information Point is where you can find the answers to all your questions relating to special educational needs. Visitors can find out about educational suppliers that provide resources and services for SEN, along with information about current issues affecting SEN. TEEM Software Information Point ( SW7) Looking for advice on software? Look no further than the TEEM Software information Point in the National Hall Gallery, where visitors can find independent advice on the latest digital solutions. EduGeek Technical Help Point ( G89) In addition to helping visitors match their technical needs with exhibitors at BETT and answering their technical questions, the EduGeek Technical Help Point also offers a wide range of information and best practices for technical support staff, such as Green IT and Virtualisation. Information Points BETT 2010 has a number of information points to offer visitors advice, answer questions and point them in the right direction according to their needs. New@ BETT in association with