We throwback this week to a past recording with a learning technologist who offers up lots of useful frameworks for those who might be finding themselves thrown into the world of learning technology and online learning pedagogy and all the head-scratching that entails.
- ASU GSV Summit Series
- Blue chip
- Book review
- Broadband & wifi
- Cloud & LMS
- Coding, Making & digital Skills
- Data & Backend
- Early Years
- Edtech awards
- Further Education
- 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 conversation are an insight and data specialist on the new economy, an investor in vocational learning technology, and a specialist in supporting executive leadership and teams development on building back better. Plus, tea slurps, baby cries and computer dings, in amongst the gems about specific training to working online, more creative online working tools, and supporting employees wellbeing with all the change hitting us at present.
In this episode, we focus on the Middle East and Africa; you’ll hear about the role of tech and community in supporting refugee learning, careers opportunities for girls, flexible working and teacher professional development, and truly hybrid online learning. We are in Dubai, Oman, Kenya and across the UAE.
This episode is all about how economies and industry are transitioning into a new world of work. We throwback to a recording from last year with Jane Oates from WorkingNation where we talk about everything from massive investment in training employees, how working cultures are not interchangeable, and why supporting each other through change is important. Plus, an update from our listeners on how teaching and learning is going now that we are 2 months on from living with Coronavirus.
We throwback to a recording with Dr. Peter Shukie, Academic Group Leader, Creative and Digital at University Centre Blackburn College. Peter was the 2019 National Winner of the Festival of Learning Social Impact award, and in this episode, we talk about connecting learning with purpose. This episode is for anyone interested in the evolution of MOOCs and the return to smaller cohorts of online learners affecting change in real-life actions.
The Bett podcast series, “What Matters in Edtech”, is BACK, this time with a focus on global education. In our first episode, we focus on Asia and the current challenges and insights from this region.
We speak to a range of educators and partners in the region to talk about their approach to teaching and learning both before and during the Coronavirus crisis.
First up, our FE reporter Ian Hurd, is out chatting to sector colleagues at Bridgend College about getting on that digital starting-line and beyond.
The second part of the episode is with the team at How Do I?. Taryl and Tom talk to us about accessibility, instruction and learning technology in the workplace as we throw back to an interview from the tail end of last year.
In this episode we pick apart University and Industry, exploring learning economics in an age of perpetual upskilling, the unique strengths of University and Industry respectively, and to what extent established Universities are limited by how they can evolve through regulation and red tape.
This #VocTechPodcast episode throws back to our LIVE recording at Dare to Learn 2019 in Helsinki, Finland. It was recorded during the same week as HEL we can!, an event on Boosting Skills & Continuous Learning in Europe. Listen in to our panel of adult education and corporate training providers, teachers, and eco-system supporters.
This week’s episode is all about empowering teachers and Learners.
We hear from a range of school leaders, professional development specialists, and techie teachers, about the conditions to empower teachers and learners. We talk teacher time, flexibility and trust, evidence-based practice relevant to particular school context, and how to best implement tech that supports T & L.