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A review of Education: A Manifesto for Change, by various The Edtech Podcast listeners.
Read the full transcribe of episode 146 all about online learning, including the importance of place, peer to peer, and non-“optimal” learning trajectories which work in the long term
A review of Leapfrogging Inequality by Rebecca Winthrop, by various The Edtech Podcast listeners. In Leapfrogging Inequality, researchers chart a new path for global education by examining the possibility of leapfrogging—harnessing innovation to rapidly accelerate educational progress—to ensure that all young people develop the skills they need for a fast-changing world. What do our listeners think?
This post is a follow up to episode which featured a live recording from Digifest. Kathryn Skelton was unable to make the panel so has kindly followed up with her points below. Happy reading!
Listener Book Review: The Fourth Education Revolution: Will Artificial Intelligence Liberate or Infantilise Humanity?
A listener book review of Sir Anthony Seldon’s Book Review: The Fourth Education Revolution: Will Artificial Intelligence Liberate or Infantilise Humanity?
Blended learning can be perceived from different perspectives, basically it comes down to whether you believe in a blend of formal mode, or a blend of formal and informal learning experiences.
From one Olympic park in London, to the Bird’s Nest in Beijing. I’ve arrived for my first trip to China. Here are my notes from the first keynotes at the GET Summit.