#164 – Ties that Bind (Town & Gown)
Welcome to this FINAL episode 😢 in our Education 4.0 series with our friends at Jisc, looking at the changing world of education in the fourth industrial era. A big shout out and special thanks to Jisc for supporting and being part of the series. Thanks to all our amazing guests and to you for listening. We hope you have enjoyed listening as much as we have recording and putting the series together.
What’s in this episode?
This week’s episode is all about town and gown. How can town and gown work together to reinforce our social fabric? We speak to one of the UK’s oldest gown makers, plus a new organisation supporting parents to drive new ideas within our Universities. Finally, a bit on hyper-localisation of skills.
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- Sophie Bailey is the Founder and Presenter of The Edtech Podcast | Twitter: @podcastedtech
- Fiona Boyd, Project Manager, J.Wippell & Co Limited
- Joysy John, Head of Education at Nesta | Twitter: @joysyj
- James Blatchley-Asfa, Lead Organiser, Citizens UK | Twitter: @JamesAsfa
- Lilliana Torres, Parent Power South London | Twitter: @ParentpowerSL
- Martin Hamilton
- Roger Kemp
- Town & Gown Relations: A Handbook of Best Practices
- Renaissance Lute John Dowland Album
- Fiona Boyd
- Shaw’s Academical Dress
- J. Wippell and Company
- Battle of St. Scholastica Day
- Christopher Day, How the Violent Oxford Riots Shaped the University
- University of Oxford
- University of Cambridge
- Joysy John
- Stormzy, Crown
- Edward Fidoe episode
- London Interdisciplinary School
- Francois Taddei episode
- Francois Taddei
- Sir Anthony Seldon
- Rose Luckin
- Priya Lakhani
- How AI tools can be used to improve education at APPG AI
- Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
- Ada. National College for Digital Skills
- Parent Power
- Citizens UK
- James Blatchley-Asfa
- Parent Power & King’s College
- Sue Attewell
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