Transcript of episode #236 – Why Adult Education is Broken and How We Fix It – with James Plunkett
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Transcript of episode 235 where we discuss pioneering new education models. This was recorded for the Reimagine Education Conference with Lumina Foundation and Bloom Institute of Technology (fka Lambda School).
This guest blog post from Stephen Bilboe, CEO of WCBS is all about Cloud Native software. What is it? How is it different to web-based and cloud-based software? Read on to find out about 6 ways Cloud Native software is shaking up edtech.
In this episode, recorded for the folks at Reimagine Education Conference with Lumina Foundation and Bloom Institute of Technology (fka Lambda School), we are discussing pioneering new education models.
Transcript of episode 234, the return of The VocTech Podcast, supported by Ufi VocTech Trust. This episode was recorded LIVE at the Week Of Voctech and in it, you’ll hear how to remove barriers in education, how to boost learner confidence, and how to build a use case for tech in learning within a corporate or workplace environment.
Guest Blog Post – FOUNDER STORY: Making children fall in love with math – by Manan Khurma, Founder and Chairman of Cuemath
This guest blog post from Manan Khurma tells the story of the founding of Cuemath, the company’s mission, tackling maths anxiety and changing children’s math learning experiences.
Guest Blog Post – Improving maths confidence using cognitive behavioural therapy, advanced gaming technology, and screen-time limits…
This guest blog post from Martin Hassler Hallstedt, Swedish learning psychologist, and Founder of Count on Me!, includes 5 tips to support children for maths home learning and the theory behind Game-Embedded Teaching.
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.
In this episode, I’m joined by guests to talk about all things audio and learning. We look back at the varied history of audio and learning, plus new applications of audio for learning. We talk about the growth of spoken word, its ability to “represent and overcome” barriers to access, and both high and low tech innovations from Whatsapp to Voice Activated technology. Plus, public and private playlists, searchability and the role of Big Tech, and the role of audio to share best practice and familiarity between learners within varied learning environments. Also in this episode, new cool things for schools, students and startups to get involved in and a book review from Michael Shaw who has been reading “Teaching Machines”. Thanks for listening!
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.