- ASU GSV Summit Series
- Blue chip
- Book review
- Broadband & wifi
- Cloud & LMS
- Coding, Making & digital Skills
- Data & Backend
- Early Years
- Edtech awards
- Further Education
- Higher Education
- HR tech & Lifelong Learning
- Jisc Education 4.0 Series
- Online Tutoring & Languages
- Pearson Future Tech for Education Series
- Publishing & Content
- Start up
- The Edge Series
- The Edtech Podcast Festival
- The Voctech Podcast
- Ufi mini-series on upskilling
- VR, AR & AI
- What Matters in Edtech GLOBAL Series
- What Matters in Edtech Series
The Edge: Accelerating Higher Education, is the second season from The Edtech Podcast, supported by Salesforce.org, and exploring the intersection of higher education and digital transformation.
A pre-COVID workplace learning technology chat. This episode is a throwback to a past recording at Reimagine Education in December 2019, where we were in pre-COVID times chatting about the power of workplace learning technology in our Voctech Podcast LIVE session.
The next in our mini-series on the edtech demonstrator programme in England, this time with a focus on back to school and college. Also in this episode, Fergus Bruce of Sublime talking us through this week’s guest blog and Caroline Wright of BESA with some events news. And finally, Charlie James of edtech demonstrator college, Basingstoke College of Technology, on from learner to learning technologist and blasted resits.
This episode shares the work of edtech demonstrator schools and colleges in England. The EdTech Demonstrator Programme is a network of schools and colleges across England who exhibit effective practice in the use of technology. In this episode, you’ll hear about ideas to support senior leaders and educators as schools manage social distancing in the school or college learning context.
This week’s episode is all about some of the immediate responses to workforce training through technology in the wake of COVID-19. You’ll hear from professionals in both early years and further education, on how they engaged learners, helped support rapid training of the workforce and long term positive impact.
This week, we are chatting to Bett’s Global Education Council, getting to grips with the council’s manifesto set in January and the way COVID has impacted the manifesto ideals and how urgently they are implemented.
Our guests reflect on how the pause given by the pandemic has allowed an opportunity to teach back better and how this can be achieved.
This episode looks at the early careers space and delves into the response for young people going into the world of work, amidst the pandemic. You will hear from investors, entrepreneurs and graduate interns all interested in innovation around young people, skills development and employment in the age of Covid-19.
In the first of our new conversations making sense of the world with Covid, I speak to the CEO of 2U, Chip Paucek. We talk about why the University campus isn’t going to disappear anytime soon, what makes remote learning high-quality, and what it’s like to experience the highs and lows of being an edtech CEO and entrepreneur.
Plus, we made it to episode 200. Thanks for listening everyone.
This week’s episode is all about home learning. We’re in conversation with Headteachers, Teachers, Digital Leads, Edtech Demonstrator coordinators, editors and edtech companies taking stock of the past weeks experience in the UK and how we might prepare and improve as the Autumn term approaches,
This week, you will hear from Chris Headleand, the Director of Teaching and Learning for the School of Computer Science at the University of Lincoln in the UK, about how he developed an innovative way to keep students and staff connected to the University of Lincoln during lockdown. We chat about the opportunity for Universities to really reinvigorate their teaching and learning, student centricity and the need to take the reality of local lockdowns and needs of shielding students seriously.