Hatter Technology Seminar

Our annual technology seminar provides an opportunity for ORT’s professional educators from around the world to explore the latest developments in STEM teaching and learning.

Each year a specific pedagogical or technological theme is addressed. In recent years these have included nanotechnology, robotics and maker culture. During an intensive week of themed master-classes, lectures, workshops and visits, delegates get to learn from each other as well as from leaders in the field and build professional relationships that continue long after the seminar ends, often stimulating international collaborations.

The program provides our professional staff with the skills to lead their schools in cutting edge education and is a seminal opportunity to deliver our vision to educate for life.

Contact our education team to find out more

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  • Honoring ORT’s ‘moral compass’

    The contribution of two of ORT’s most highly respected figures has been marked at a gala dinner in London.


  • Taking education to the next level with Maker Culture

    The 16th annual World ORT Hatter Technology Seminar took place at ORT House in London from June 24-27.


  • We laughed, we learnt, we collaborated, we shared

    Teacher Jodene Pereira from the ORT-affiliated King David High School Linksfield in Johannesburg, South Africa, reflects on her experience of the 2019 World ORT Hatter Technology Seminar:


  • “The seminar has not only impacted me professionally, but has had a big impact on me personally too. It helped me to learn that as educators we all face the same obstacles and it was interesting to see that we all had more in common than we had initially realized. It also helped me to understand that I am part of a very large network and there are so many amazing opportunities available to us now that we are part of the ORT family.”

    Jodene, Teacher from South Africa