Rose plays host to Nina Huntemann, Chief Academic Officer of Chegg, and Lord Jim Knight, in the EdTech Podcast Zoom studio this week, attempting to understand how best to cut through the white noise surrounding AI’s hype, misinformation, exaggeration and marketing, and determining just how positive for education AI can be if done responsibly.
- ASU GSV Summit Series
- Blue chip
- Book review
- Broadband & wifi
- Cloud & LMS
- Coding, Making & digital Skills
- Data & Backend
- Early Years
- Edtech awards
- Educate Ventures Series
- Further Education
- Future of Work Series
- Higher Education
- HR tech & Lifelong Learning
- Jisc Education 4.0 Series
- Online Tutoring & Languages
- Pearson Future Tech for Education Series
- Publishing & Content
- Start up
- The Edge Series
- The Edtech Podcast Festival
- The Voctech Podcast
- Ufi mini-series on upskilling
- VR, AR & AI
- What Matters in Edtech GLOBAL Series
- What Matters in Edtech Series
In discussion with Cambridge Partnership for Education’s Jane Mann, Professor Rose Luckin asks about evidence, impact, investment, and diversity, equity, inclusion and ethics in educational ecosystems beyond the UK, and what we might learn from them.
#267 – What Does a College Degree Mean to a Returning Adult Student? (EdSurge on The Edtech Podcast (Second Acts Series, Episode 3))
This is the last episode in a three-part series to explore the nuances of adult lifelong learners and what sparks their return to University.
For this episode we will examine topics such how we use existing technology to assist with DEI and ethics, and what we know of technology that does not include this perspective. We ask why that might be, and we look at the art of data capture, and data irresponsibility: what are we capturing that we shouldn’t, who is being affected by our biases, and if this is a step in the development of technological interventions that organisations can afford to skip. How do we mitigate systemic bias and scaled harm? What are examples of inclusive technology that accommodate the learning styles, online behaviours, device access, and dis/abilities of learners? Can we place more pressure on leadership in schools and institutions to incorporate inclusive technologies? What do we know of user agency, and how does that affect the design and transparency of an EdTech solution?
For this episode we examine AI and EdTech penetration in universities and what form that takes, and what capacity exists to implement these changes effectively; we’ll look at 21st Century HE learner needs, such as personalisation, recommendations, intelligent support, profiling and prompts; try to determine how to provide added value to university experience given the costs involved, and what the future of tech-enhanced HE could look like to help produce the best graduates possible.
Karine and Rose meet this week to discuss the Online Safety Bill, school absences, and ChatGPT
In this episode, I’m chatting with author and founder Garry Pratt. We explore the evolution of edtech (and the internet) and the science behind outdoor time, creativity and innovation (for entrepreneurs & educators).
For this episode, Rose and Karine play host to Lord Jim Knight in the EdTech Podcast Zoom studio this week, and try to understand the arguments surrounding the establishment of Oak National Academy as an ‘Arm’s Length Body’.
Hello everyone and welcome to The Edtech Podcast and this episode brought to you in collaboration with EdSurge, exploring the nuances of adult lifelong learners and what sparks their return to University.
For this episode, we examine the state of technology in work, training, and mentorship, and ask what role evidence plays when we are dealing with environments where (usually) productivity is the thing that’s measured.