In this episode, we look at what happened to edtech in China, covering regulations introduced earlier this year that are changing the way that online tutoring is conducted across China, and looking at what that means for the sector, learners and educators more generally. Plus, new jobs, funding, and startup support.
- 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
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.
In this final episode of our ‘The Edge: Innovation and Intelligence Imperative’ series, we celebrate “Change-Makers in Higher Ed”, speaking to three leaders who have worked to implement new ways of doing things in their own University communities.
In this week’s episode we are in conversation with Cath Brown, a lifelong learner and President of Open University Students Association, talking all about better connecting students and employers. Plus, Virtual Reality at Solihull College and University Centre.
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 I’m in conversation with David Shull, Head of Handshake UK and Europe. Handshake work to make the student employability space or “bridge to work” better. David and I chat about starting Handshake, the pain points for employers aiming to recruit students, and creating more opportunities for students no matter where they are located. We also have some snippets from Ian Hurd, who was out and about at the recent Ufi Voctech Showcase.
This week in the What Matters in Edtech Series, we are looking at future tech and trends in teaching and learning.
In this week’s episode, we travel nearly 5000 miles from the UK to China, to talk about increasing interest in competency based education. Plus, a listener news item on a new partnership on UK Maths Edtech.
A review of Education: A Manifesto for Change, by various The Edtech Podcast listeners.
The new CEO of Instructure on lifelong learning, moving beyond bad legacy edtech investments in Kenya, new international online curriculums