Rose plays host to Nina Huntemann, Chief Academic Officer of Chegg, and Lord Jim Knight, in the EdTech Podcast Zoom studio this week, attempting to understand how best to cut through the white noise surrounding AI’s hype, misinformation, exaggeration and marketing, and determining just how positive for education AI can be if done responsibly.
Online Tutoring & Languages
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For this episode we examine the presence of EdTech in schools, looking at how we judge whether the tech ‘works’ or not. We explore what makes for good evidence, why contextual use is significant, and how school CPD, infrastructure development, and staff capacity building are vital to making the most of the tools at our disposal.
IN this episode, how to help schools raise extra funds and a USD 20million to catalyse innovation supporting neurodivergent children
In this bonus episode we are in collaboration with Teacher’s Voices, with guest host Nina Alonso, assistant professor, Jason Yip, and Koen Timmers, a lecturer, author and founder of several global educational projects.
In conversation with Laura Warnier, the Chief Growth Officer at the online tutoring platform GoStudent, recently valued at €3B. Laura joined GoStudent in 2018, as the company’s second full-time employee, to develop the commercial strategy.
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.
I’m in conversation with founders from Switzerland, France, Finland and Hungary about early years innovation.
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.
This week we’re back with our VocTech Podcast, this time looking at assessment and skills and thinking about what is skill and how should we measure it?
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.