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For this episode we examine AI and EdTech penetration in universities and what form that takes, and what capacity exists to implement these changes effectively; we’ll look at 21st Century HE learner needs, such as personalisation, recommendations, intelligent support, profiling and prompts; try to determine how to provide added value to university experience given the costs involved, and what the future of tech-enhanced HE could look like to help produce the best graduates possible.
Karine and Rose meet this week to discuss the Online Safety Bill, school absences, and ChatGPT
In this episode, I’m chatting with author and founder Garry Pratt. We explore the evolution of edtech (and the internet) and the science behind outdoor time, creativity and innovation (for entrepreneurs & educators).
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’.
Hello everyone and welcome to The Edtech Podcast and this episode brought to you in collaboration with EdSurge, exploring the nuances of adult lifelong learners and what sparks their return to University.
For this episode, we examine the state of technology in work, training, and mentorship, and ask what role evidence plays when we are dealing with environments where (usually) productivity is the thing that’s measured.
Examining Evidence-Based EdTech in toys for children and young people for the holiday season, with hosts Professor Rose Luckin & Karine George
In this episode, we are chatting with the authors of WorkStyle, and the founders of Hoxby, Lizzie Penny and Alex Hirst. We are looking at all things Future of Work, and how that intersects with learning, leadership, humans, and technology.
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, we hear from three organisations whose innovative approaches have each successfully helped to surface and support hidden learner communities, through human-centred design. Multiverse | Mobilise | Game Academy