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This is a Guest Post article by Nick Novak and one of a series of “takeaways” from The Edtech Podcast Festival. This is the takeaway article from the edtech stage at the event. See the rest of our series for takeaways on “educators”, the LIVE podcast stage and more.
Guest Post by Dr Neelam Parmar, Head of E-Learning, Ashford School: Following on from the previous article on whether EdTech can really reduce Teacher’s Workload, this article has a greater focus on EdTech Teacher Training with respect to the use of technology to enhance learning.
Reducing teacher workload using edtech says a lot and nothing at all. While the possibility of it seems like utopia to most educators, the teaching and the phenomenal workload that comes with it, is its reality. So, the big question is how can the use of educational technology help with teacher’s workload? What is the magic that is taking place behind the scenes?
As a teenager, I always took my academics very seriously. I knew I wanted to go to college, and I knew I needed to have the grades to get there. So when I got to high school, I made a vow to myself to always put my best foot forward, and to never let anyone […]
The iTunes new and noteworthy weekly podcast showcasing global education innovation, today announced the launch of its inaugural festival taking place in London in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in September 2018.
I recently chaired a discussion at Founders Factory on The Challenges and Opportunities in Digitising Education. This is a summary of our chat.
A use-case on blockchain in education and why it may or may not work. (I look at what Open Source University are up to in Bulgaria and why blockchain may be answering the wrong question in education).
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!