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Musings from Sophie Bailey on the positives and challenges that have come out of 2020 for edtech and what it might mean going forward for the next evolution of edtech.
Class of 2020: “The days when a university degree was a guarantee of lifelong employment are long behind us”
Class Of 2020 is an e-learning platform available to members of Gen Z (16-25yr olds) in the UK education system. Hannah Whaley at Class of 2020 tells us more…
The potential for extended reality – the collective term for augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and mixed reality (MR) technologies – to change the way we learn is very substantial indeed. Read the thoughts and insights from Fergus Bruce, Director at Sublime.
Carla Aerts, EdTech and Learning Science versatilist and EdTech thought leader, wrote our latest guest blog post. Read her thoughts on the effects of lockdown, the digital divide, the return to school, what ‘could’ be and more.
Artur Meyster is the Founder and CTO of Career Karma, helping people become software engineers through coding boot camps. In this guest blog post, Artur writes about FOUR reskills to consider in 2020. Happy reading!
The gap in education workforce decision making: Why data-driven insights are the key to elevating student outcomes
The gap in education workforce decision making: Why data-driven insights are the key to elevating student outcomes. A guest blog post for The Edtech Podcast by PeopleBench Chief Education Officer, Dr Vicki Cameron.
Advancing technology education in rural high schools across America – a post by the Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education, U.S. Department of Education on launching a $600,000 challenge for tech skills development.
Teaching through the pandemic – A Brit’s view from the US. A guest blog from Stephan Caspar, Assistant Teaching Professor in Media Creation and Multicultural Studies, Director – Askwith Kenner Global Languages and Cultures Room, Dietrich College of Humanities & Social Sciences | Carnegie Mellon University
Our mission at The Edtech Podcast is to improve the dialogue between ‘ed’ & ‘tech’ for better #innovation & #impact. Today, The Edtech Podcast is FOUR!
10 Ways Coronavirus might change things, but will it?