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A quick audio message to say thank you as we reach our fifth birthday as The Edtech Podcast! Plus, news on our summer break, new series planning for our return in the Autumn 2021, and, how you can get involved!
We are really pleased to have been chosen to be listed, among excellent podcasting talent, within the Learning Ladders and Twinkl Best Educational Podcast Category 2021.
A guest blog post for The Edtech Podcast, by Katie Boody-Adorno, CEO of LEANLAB Education | Twitter: @LEANLABed
A guest blog post for The Edtech Podcast by Rebecca Mace, Founding Partner at Human Digital Thinking, written for Progressay | Twitter: @beki_mace; @Progressay1
A guest blog post for The Edtech Podcast, by Georgina Dick, Community Engagement Manager at ProjectSet | Twitter: @ProjectSetUK
After graduating with my MA in Education & Technology at UCL, way back in 2018, I was itching to develop a programme that combined my interests in 21st Century skills, project-based learning and creative thinking, using technology in a pragmatic way to help people develop or upskill to be future-ready, life-long learners….
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.