Tes is the Global Wellbeing Partner of Bett, establishing ourselves as the EdTech provider whose solutions address teacher wellbeing. Michael Emmanuel (Managing Director, Tes Australia) presented a session in the Classroom Theatre on “Improving teacher workload, retention and wellbeing with Tes Timetable” which generated lots of interest in Tes’ Timetabling solution.
Tes Institute Director Ian Hunter spoke as part of the event’s Leadership summit, providing his expertise on the topic of ‘The Global Teacher Shortage – The Challenges Facing Educators in Asia’.
It was also a chance for us to meet with key stakeholders including the Federation of British International Schools in Asia (FOBISIA), government ministers and possible partners in the region.
The event allowed Tes raise our presence in the region and remind teachers and schools across Asia of the breadth of our portfolio.