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’.
- ASU GSV Summit Series
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In this episode, we are chatting Future of Work with Miriam Partington, a future of work reporter at Sifted, Dr.Richard George, VP at Faethm, and author of the report Robot-Proof Work Capabilities, andd
Cheri Ashby, Deputy Chief Executive, Activate Learning.
In this episode, we are talking about Esports, what it is, why it is important, how it can open minds to all career opportunities, and how colleges are bringing it into their curriculum.
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.
In this episode, I’m in conversation with Simon Freeman at IRIS Education, talking about bringing the school community back together, the constant change school leaders have been experiencing and getting on board with agile processes.
In this episode, the power of wild, creative thinking, simple tech and SEL with Jaime and Martin from Cosmic Kids Yoga (over 1m subscribers).
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.
This week we’ve got Thomas Moule, author of Cracking Social Mobility: how AI and other innovations can help to level the playing field, in conversation with TeacherTapp Co-Founder and Educational Journalist, Laura McInerney.
#228 – How a £7.6m immersive technology dome is bringing university, schools and workplaces together
In this episode we chat about how listeners can get involved with the MarketHall 15metre immersive dome – both in terms of content creation, engaging students, and developing workplace practice. This is a really interesting collaboration project, surfacing University expertise, and connecting schools, workplaces, technologists and artists together.
This time, Pavel Cenkl, Director of Learning, Schumacher College is chatting to me about how experiential “Head, Hand, and Heart” learning is adapting to the digital age. Spoiler: international alumni is important!
This episode is for anyone grappling with how to push #edtech forward into a more community-based enabler of learning.