This is the last in a series of ten posts about my recent visit to the 2010 Education Show in Birmingham. They document some of the products that I saw, liked and enjoyed from the exhibition.
Innovation Ally was a new feature of the 2010 Education show and one of the parts I was most looking forward to seeing and exploring some of the more creative products on offer. Both Right Angle Events and Education Harbour who I have written about previously were found within Innovation Ally.
It was nice to see two Scottish companies in Innovation Ally these were The Tree of Knowledge and also Do-Be ltd. Both companies, amongst other things, offer training for UK schools and wide variety of other products.
Two other companies that caught my attention were Kites for Schools (because they were giving away free kites) and Rapid English. I’ll need to explore the Rapid English product in more detail but there statistics in improve literacy rates in young people looked very impressive.
With the exceptions of the above, I was actually a little bit disappointed with Innovation Ally… do I miss something I would have looked at in more detail?