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In this week’s episode, we talk to Beam’s CEO, Alex Stephany, about crowdfunding for social good, and the importance of grit, alongside training, education and support networks. Beam is the world’s first crowdfunding platform that helps people from disadvantaged backgrounds train up and get into rewarding work.
In this week’s BONUS episode we throw back to Ian Hurd recording at the graduation of the first cohort of teachers to complete a nationally recognised qualification from the National Centre for Computing Education (NCCE).
Henrietta Palmer, the Learning Solutions Manager at TUI is our guest on this weeks VocTech episode. We talk Artificial Intelligence and corporate learning and development. Enjoy!
We talk about trust in a mistrustful time. Plus, How can new and old(er) Universities leapfrog legacy issues? Why is digital marketing and admissions not always about volume but about curating the right cohort of future leaders? How can the cultures of academia and new agile methodologies be reconciled? All this and more in this week’s episode! Plus, some practical suggestions from our guests that you can implement today.
In this weeks VocTech Series episode, on collaborative drug discovery through VR and AR, we speak to Becky Sage, CEO at Interactive Scientific. We chat about the long-haul marathon race of being an entrepreneur, the role of upbringing in work ethics, and different ways of developing scientific understanding.
This week’s episode is all about town and gown. How can town and gown work together to reinforce our social fabric? We speak to one of the UK’s oldest gown makers, plus a new organisation supporting parents to drive new ideas within our Universities. Finally, a bit on hyper-localisation of skills.
Podcast chat with Steve Wheeler, Author, Digital Learning in Organisations
In this week’s episode, we travel nearly 5000 miles from the UK to China, to talk about increasing interest in competency based education. Plus, a listener news item on a new partnership on UK Maths Edtech.
This week I speak to Richard Price, Learning Technologies Advisor, NHS Health Education England about preparing the healthcare workforce to deliver the digital future, how to communicate training objectives across an enormous and diverse workforce, and how to assess new technologies and their impact on learning.
Thank you for being patient as we took a break over the Summer and prepared for our next season. This week we throwback to a second recording from this year’s WISE Summit in Paris. In this episode you’ll hear from two speakers on the topic of the future of learning, Heidi Harju-Luukkainen, Professor, Nord University and Angel Investor, Khaled Helioui. We look at the impact of genetic disposition and geographic lotteries on learning, on the double edged sword of international rankings, and the problem with coercion as the basis of learning. We explore how to measure impact without creating norms and exclusivity.