#144 – Digging into Digital Skills Development
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What’s in this episode?
Hello listeners! This week’s episode is a treasure trove digging into digital skills development. You’ll hear from Kerensa Jennings on the art of audio production and digital skill access for all, Iris Lapinski on new learning tools early adopter teachers who want to pick up new skills in machine learning and AI, and Patrick Cutliffe who is working with Facebook to upskill a huge cohort of 18-30 year old learners to earners. Enjoy, and send us your feedback and comments!
- Sophie Bailey is the Founder and Presenter of The Edtech Podcast | Twitter: @podcastedtech
- Matt Beer, CEO, VotesforSchools | Twitter: @votesforschools
- Kerensa Jennings, Director, Office of HRH The Duke of York, KG | Twitter: @zinca
- Iris Lapinski, Founder & CEO Apps for Good | Twitter: @irislapinski
- Patrick Cutliffe, Managing Director @BuzzStartAcad & Digital Skills Training Programme Partner for Facebook
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- Matt Beer
- Votes for Schools
- Mitch Resnick
- Kerensa Jennings
- James Bridgman
- James Bridgman episode
- Joining Communities
- Andy Burnham
- Damien Hinds
- Bett 2019
- Iris Lapinski
- Apps for Good
- Machine Learning for Kids – Dale Lane
- Stefania Druga
- Anthony A Owen, State Coord of Computer Science, Arkansas Department of Education
- Apps for Good Awards, 18th June, London
- Peter Cutliffe
- BuzzStart Academy
- Facebook Digital Skills Programme
- EDUCATE – University of London
- Margot James MP
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