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Get to know our new intern, Vanessa Gaie from Bridgeport, Connecticut.
The Edtech Podcast is taking on three six formers Malika, Edil and Sungna from Six21 as part of the Studio programme. The students will be researching, editing, producing, publishing and promoting a podcast episode titled “Is Self Directed Learning a Fallacy?” The placement will offer to introduce them to new skills in content creation, promotion and knowledge sharing, whilst introducing The Edtech Podcast to 21c students and their own priorities! You can find out more about each of the students in this post and in subsequent posts as they describe their time with The Edtech Podcast.
Chats with SXSWedu General Manager Greg Rosenbaum on what to look out for at SXSWedu 2018, plus I look back on 2017 presentations, socials and…the Rodeo!
Yes, yes, The Edtech Podcast is finally on Spotify and we’re very excited about it! You can now check out all 97 episodes plus the extras anytime, anywhere on the Spotify app. Here are some Spotify stats for you so you can understand why we’re so hype: Had about 140 million active users in 2017. […]
I’ve always enjoyed the reflective part of the day and year: The “5pm slot” and the Autumn season. And I predict this means I will enjoy my 60s/70s as well, if I get that far! With this spirit of reflection it’s time for me to look back over 2017 with The Edtech Podcast, inspired by a similar post this time last year. This article then sets out some 2018 goals and ways I’d love for you to get involved!
This is a copy and paste of an article I wrote, currently running in Education Technology (55-59), on 2017 trends. Go check out the full article there. My responses are to their questions on trends. Would love to hear your thoughts below on where you agree/disagree…
There will never be a ‘right time’ and digital competency, literacy and leadership is not going away. Start now. Start small and learn as you go.
Embrace the edge? What does this mean? Throw away old models of top-down leadership and make sure you are using digital connectivity to garner the best ideas from your network of staff, students, parents, Governors and local businesses.
Ready your staff and students in new global competency skills development. Consider how project based learning may develop collaborative and problem-solving skills in your students.
Digital tools provide a unique opportunity to ‘level the playing field’. When designing your digital leadership strategy aim to embrace tools and approaches which speak to a broad range of learners (introverts as well as extroverts, those who aren’t digitally connected at home as well as those who are)