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Part One of the ASU GSV Summit Series on The Edtech Podcast. Welcome everyone to this first episode from the ASU GSV Summit series on The Edtech Podcast. This week we hear about gaming and neuroscience touching upon efficacy, curriculum, standardisation, engagement, access and more along the way!
Interview with one of edtech’s greatest mind attics, Maren Deepwell, the CEO of the Association for Learning Technology or more commonly known as ALT. We talk Sherlock Holmes, Equality, Government Policy and Open Education.
This week’s recording is our LIVE podcast as co-chairs at London Edtech Week 2017 on Is Edtech a Thing? Run in collaboration with NESTA, and thanks to Cooley LLP for supporting, we explore the value of edtech from a financial, educational and opportunity cost point of view.
I’m in conversation with Renaldo Lawrence, Adobe Education Leader, Apple Distinguished Educator, Microsoft Innovative Educator, and an Advanced Skills teacher. We talk about funding in schools, motivating students and taking inspiration from outside the classroom to enthuse your practice. Thank you to ClassCentral for sponsoring this week’s episode.
Recording from the launch of RocketFund (crowdfunding for schools) at Edspace, featuring Donah Shah, Newington Green Primary School, Michelle Thomas – Executive Head, New Wave Federation of primary schools, Martin Buck, Head of Secondary, Hackney Learning Trust, Ben Payne – Co-Director, Ministry of Stories, Toby Martin Hughs – Education Product Manager, SAM Labs & Ben Gill – Product Manager at Nesta and Launch Pilot at Rocket Fund
Plus bonus interview with Oliver Beach, Partnerships Manager at Kano, Past teacher in inner-city London schools, Ambassador of the Teach First programme, regular contributor to the TES, Huffington Post, Telegraph and the Guardian.
Recorded at SXSWedu 2017 and featuring interviews with Dr. Shlomy Kattan, Senior Director XPRIZE & Matt Keller, Prize Lead, Global Learning XPRIZE, Maggie Mitchell Salem, Executive Director, Qatar Foundation International, Mark Nagurski, Co-Founder, animation content studio, MakeMatic, &
Tricia Edwards, Head of Education, Smithsonian’s Lemelson Center For The Study of Invention And Innovation. Thank you to this week’s sponsors Qatar Foundation International and ClassCentral
Interview with Geir Sand Nilsen (@geirsand) Co-founder at Edtech Foundry – the makers of the Differ chatbot. We talk about chatbots, using stutters to your own advantage, and the bittersweet notion of teaching artificial intelligence how to do your job. Thank you to ClassCentral for sponsoring this episode, recorded at SXSWedu 2017.
Interviews with Nina Rees, President and CEO, National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, Anthony A Owen, State Coord of Computer Science, Arkansas Department of Education, Alex Rosenthal, Editorial Producer, TEDed, Michael Cohen, The Tech Rabbi, EdTech trainer. We’re talking about:
What are charter schools? How did computer science gain status in Arkansas? How can design thinking interest students and educators? Thank you to this week’s sponsors Japan Prize 2017 Qatar Foundation International and ClassCentral!
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