This week, we are back with another European Female Edtech Fellowship episode focusing on school digital strategies, talking about what insights you uncover speaking to 300 headteachers in Germany and how to tackle the wicked problem of student wellbeing. Thanks to Learnosity for sponsoring this week’s episode.
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In this episode, recorded LIVE at Bett 2022, you’ll hear from David Price, OBE and author of Power of Us, Valerie Hannon, Systems rethinker, and author of Thrive: The Purpose of Schools in a Changing World and Siân Gresswell, Senior Adviser for Careers and Employability, at GreenWood Academies. We’re talking about Schools, Employability and Skills.
I’m in conversation with the amazing Nele Mletschkowsky, Co-Founder and now CEO of Quofox and Riccarda Zezza the Italian founder and CEO of Lifeed. We talk about demands in reskilling and upskilling, applying life skills into the workplace and securing investment for fast growth businesses working in lifelong learning.
Bruce Daisley is a best selling author and technology leader from the UK. He is one of the most respected thought leaders on the subject of workplace culture and the future of work and spent 12 years running Twitter in Europe and previously YouTube in the UK. In this episode, we chat about challenging the “resilience orthodoxy” and challenging expected work intensity, and recognising the amazing power of groups for learning.
This episode is all about learner wellbeing, and we are covering how to define and measure wellbeing in the context of developing and using impactful edtech to support learner wellbeing and, therefore, learner success.
This episode is all about leadership and is a timely reflection on how we can bolster our resolve and communicate a shared vision during radically changing times.
This episode returns to the topic of future tech and trends in education, with one big consensus point across all our guests; collaboration, emotional learning and motivation.
This week we are looking at SEND and Neurodiversity, specifically; personal stories and frustrations, hopes for change across policy, technology, and education and, resources and tools for all listeners to help increase accessibility.
In this episode looking at skills, we are in conversation with an amazing 19-year-old key worker on her experience of 2020, an SVP on understanding more about how vocational learning pathways are adapting to a fast-shifting employment landscape and a principal and CEO on the education sector moving forward and more quickly on cultivating essential skills.
In this episode, we are talking innovation with guests from Dubai, Brazil, Singapore and the U.K. Expect ideas on how to build the team around you to take new ideas forward, how to create the space for innovation, and ways to measure impact, including, “how much time have I saved?”