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- Edtech awards
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- What Matters in Edtech Series
This week, we are talking about all things student experience. In an effort to dispel the myth of the “traditional student’ we talk to a range of guests about how Universities are adapting to diverse student needs, what support systems should not be taken for granted, and the dual role of tutor and technology in helping students to achieve.
This week’s episode is all about empowering teachers and Learners.
We hear from a range of school leaders, professional development specialists, and techie teachers, about the conditions to empower teachers and learners. We talk teacher time, flexibility and trust, evidence-based practice relevant to particular school context, and how to best implement tech that supports T & L.
In this episode, you will hear from a range of school leaders and teachers, wellbeing experts and coaches about what can and is being done to support an everyday approach to self, student and staff care.
This week I’m in conversation with David Shull, Head of Handshake UK and Europe. Handshake work to make the student employability space or “bridge to work” better. David and I chat about starting Handshake, the pain points for employers aiming to recruit students, and creating more opportunities for students no matter where they are located. We also have some snippets from Ian Hurd, who was out and about at the recent Ufi Voctech Showcase.
In our final #EdTechEdge episode of 2019, we ask Vice-chancellors and Presidents of Universities what their top concerns were in 2019, what they see coming online in 2025 and beyond, and the role of technology in solving some of higher education’s challenges. You’ll hear about Brexit and International Academic Relations, University and perceived value, Funding and Mental Health and Wellbeing, and the online and physical campus.
This week I’m in conversation with Shaun Gear from the Ministry of Education in New Zealand to talk about vocational learning reform. We talk about improving standards in vocational learning, how to involve the wider community outside of training providers and employers, and creating hubs of best practice.
This week’s episode is all about Data. We’re in a LIVE discussion with University leaders covering the role of data in teaching, research and student support. We look at how data can be an impetus to positive change, what data blind spots to avoid, and how to make sure that you are asking the right questions to get the best from data.
This week in the What Matters in Edtech Series, we are looking at future tech and trends in teaching and learning.
This week we are looking at investment in lifelong learning and workforce development, chatting to Marissa Lowman of Village Capital and Owen Henkel at Pearson Ventures.
This week, we look at Equity, Equality & Diversity in Higher Ed Leadership in the second episode of our “The Edge” series, supported by Salesforce.Org. We delve into inclusive models of leadership, the role of digital in supporting or aggravating existing inequities in leadership, and what current leaders think will change the dial-in diversity in Higher Education at the top, to the benefit of the sector.