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In this episode, we look at what happened to edtech in China, covering regulations introduced earlier this year that are changing the way that online tutoring is conducted across China, and looking at what that means for the sector, learners and educators more generally. Plus, new jobs, funding, and startup support.
In this episode, I’m joined by guests to talk about all things audio and learning. We look back at the varied history of audio and learning, plus new applications of audio for learning. We talk about the growth of spoken word, its ability to “represent and overcome” barriers to access, and both high and low tech innovations from Whatsapp to Voice Activated technology. Plus, public and private playlists, searchability and the role of Big Tech, and the role of audio to share best practice and familiarity between learners within varied learning environments. Also in this episode, new cool things for schools, students and startups to get involved in and a book review from Michael Shaw who has been reading “Teaching Machines”. Thanks for listening!
This week we’ve got Thomas Moule, author of Cracking Social Mobility: how AI and other innovations can help to level the playing field, in conversation with TeacherTapp Co-Founder and Educational Journalist, Laura McInerney.
#228 – How a £7.6m immersive technology dome is bringing university, schools and workplaces together
In this episode we chat about how listeners can get involved with the MarketHall 15metre immersive dome – both in terms of content creation, engaging students, and developing workplace practice. This is a really interesting collaboration project, surfacing University expertise, and connecting schools, workplaces, technologists and artists together.
This time, Pavel Cenkl, Director of Learning, Schumacher College is chatting to me about how experiential “Head, Hand, and Heart” learning is adapting to the digital age. Spoiler: international alumni is important!
This episode is for anyone grappling with how to push #edtech forward into a more community-based enabler of learning.
A quick audio message to say thank you as we reach our fifth birthday as The Edtech Podcast! Plus, news on our summer break, new series planning for our return in the Autumn 2021, and, how you can get involved!
Sophie Bailey and Dr Gerd Kortemeyer are talking about the concept of Social Linked Data otherwise known as SOLID. In the context of Higher Education, you’ll hear about students taking ownership of their data and having a learner identity that permeates their whole learning lives.
This episode is all about learner wellbeing, and we are covering how to define and measure wellbeing in the context of developing and using impactful edtech to support learner wellbeing and, therefore, learner success.
Our guests in this episode have a shared vision around charitable purpose and capital structures (mission and math). You’ll hear about an exciting new investment strategy and how it could mark a divergence point for impact investing and innovation in education.
This episode is all about leadership and is a timely reflection on how we can bolster our resolve and communicate a shared vision during radically changing times.