Thursday, 22nd June @ 7pm
We hope you can join our live event as we celebrate the teachers and edtech companies that are having an impact on education.
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Co-founder of Global Edtech and multi-award-winning former educator and school leader; Mark Anderson – the ICT Evangelist will be the host of the Global Edtech Awards.
About the Awards
The Global Edtech Awards 2023 were devised to celebrate both the achievements of educators working in schools and those leading innovations in education technology by anonymising entries to create a more equal judging environment for everyone.
With entrants and judges from a diverse cross-section of educational settings, geographies and technology companies, we are proud to have representations from all over the world!
The Global EdTech Awards event takes place LIVE online on YouTube on Thursday, 22 June 2023 at 7 pm BST (UTC+1).
To ensure you have easy access to the live stream on the night, we encourage you to sign up here in advance https://bit.ly/GETAs23Event so you don’t miss a thing!
Subscribing to the Global EdTech YouTube channel means you can set a reminder in advance of the awards – plus, you’ll be able to contribute in the chat on the night (a feature only available to channel subscribers).
Mark Anderson, ICTEvangelist
Setting the scene
Al Kingsley, the chair of BESA’s EdTech special interest group, Multi Academy Trust Chair, CEO of NetSupport and author of popular books such as My #Secret EdTech Diary and My School #Governance Handbook, will help set the scene of the current global educational landscape in his opening address.
Al Kingsley, Group CEO, NetSupport
Awards – Various
We will reveal the winners of edtech and school categories during this part of the show.
Rachelle Dené Poth, Best co-production project (edtech & school together)
Bob Harrison, Most impactful teacher (Secondary/FE) category
Kat Cauchi, Most impactful teacher (EY/Primary) category
Bukky Yusuf, Best edtech startup category
Georgina Dean, Best edtech product (hardware) category
An active mentor and volunteer, having volunteered for Junior Achievement Estonia and one of the founding members of EdTech Estonia, Rahamägi will talk about her experience and what she sees as being “The future of education and the role technology plays”.
Maria Rahamägi, founding member of EdTech Estonia and Founder and CEO of Edumus, an online school developing 21st century skills in upper secondary school students.
Awards – Various
We will award both edtech companies and teachers during this part of the show.
Olly Lewis, Most impactful senior member of staff category
Bukky Yusuf, Best edtech product (app)
Nina Jackson, Most impactful support staff member category
Brett Salakas, Best edtech product (software) category
Al Kingsley, Best school digital transformation project (state/public) and Best school digital transformation project (independent) categories
Ian Gilbert, Most impactful headteacher category
Laura Knight, Best established EdTech company (3 years+)
Awards – Lifetime Achievement
This award celebrates the outstanding, career-long achievement of an individual working in an educational setting or the education sector or the edtech industry in any country.
Cat Scutt, Lifetime achievement award
To wrap up the inaugural Global Edtech Awards, Mark will address the audience and ask that you join in and celebrate the winners in his closing comments.