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Karine and Rose meet this week to discuss Internet Safety with Edurio’s Ernest Jenavs, and Natterhub’s Caroline Allams. The group will explore Edurio’s Autumn 2022 report on Pupil Safeguarding, the reaction to Ofsted Chief Inspector Amanda Spielman’s ‘surprise’ over mobile phone use in-class, and discuss good technology role-modelling for young people.
Bett is a gigantic trade show, with over 30,000 people coming to East London’s ExCel Centre every year, and 600 resource and solution providers exhibiting in its massive halls. Amongst the new products, innovations, conversations and meetings, however, is the public, with that overriding question: what can I find here? This week, we invite a teacher, educational technology researcher, and founder and CEO, to answer why they return to the show year after year, and what questions they ask of the technology on display, and the predictions made in the heart of the Bett arenas.
The next Bett is being billed as the best Bett ever. It’s always an important date on the education calendar, but what will make this one different? Hear what Bett is doing differently, why it’s important, and what they’ll be doing to measure whether or not it works. Here’s a hint: it’s all about the data.
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