This week I am in conversation with Jesús Ariel Sánchez, a K-12 teacher from the E. E. MILLER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL in North Carolina. Jesus is a listener to The Edtech Podcast and we got the chance to meet and record at this year’s SXSWedu where we talked apps, cycling and making. This episode also includes a heap of listener feedback from Uber’s in India to twittersphere. This episode was recorded at SXSWEDU. A big thanks to Class Central for sponsoring this episode.
This week I am in conversation with edX CEO Anant Agarwal. I interviewed Anant the day after he shared a stage with US Ed Secretary, Betsy De Vos, where he encouraged her to consider a range of policy options in front of a live audience at SXSWEDU in Austin. In this recording we talk about that experience, plus how MOOCS and online learning are developing, why writing is as important as coding, why choosing your favourite learner is as bad as having a favourite child, and we even invite Class Central Founder Dhawal Shah to bring his expertise to bear after his fantastic talk on The Evolution of MOOCs also at SXSW Edu.
“If I were to re-do my life, I would spend more time on writing.” I really enjoy writing, I used to write poems and so on”
This week’s podcast features a recording from this year’s SXSWEDU where I interviewed general all-round duracell bunny Bridget Burns of the University Innovation Alliance. Bridget spoke to me about how University’s can focus on better student experience, value, and access through improved collaboration and less walled garden approaches. A BIG THANKS to edvinca and Class Central for sponsoring this episode.
In this week’s episode we talk to Aldo De Pape, the Founder of TeachPitch, and Cat Scutt, The Director of Education and Research at the Chartered College of Teaching. Both guests discuss the struggles and benefits around professional development for teachers.
The Edtech Podcast is in takeover this week with boclips, talking about video in education, teaching and learning with Youubers Hank Green and Basho Mosko.
The iTunes new and noteworthy weekly podcast showcasing global education innovation, today announced the launch of its inaugural festival taking place in London in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in September 2018.
This week, with Ian Dunn, Deputy Vice Chancellor for Student Experience at Coventry University, we bring up the conversation on the sufficiency of online learning compare to in-class learning in higher education.
This week, we’ve got 3 great mini interviews covering workload, AI in education and marking all recorded at Bett 2018. You’ll hear from
Priya Lakhani the CEO of Century Tech
Teacher and Deputy Head Julian Wood AKA Ideas Factory
The Vocal Recall App team in conversation with Mark Anderson and Olly Lewis Head of Physics at the Oratory School.
Dr. Kristen DiCerbo, Vice-President of Education Research at Pearson, Ross Morrison McGill, AKA TeacherToolkit, Former Deputy Headteacher and Teacher, Samantha Ahern, Learning Technology Project Officer, Information Services Division, UCL and Former Teacher and Jeff Dieffenbach, Associate Director of the MIT Integrated Learning Initiative on how to make data useful for teachers.
http://traffic.libsyn.com/theedtechpodcast/Pearson_Ep_9_3.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadWelcome to this ninth episode of the The Future Tech for Education Series on The Edtech Podcast, supported by Pearson What’s in this episode? With technology, teachers actually sometimes see less student work than they do with a traditional worksheet. How can resources developers best communicate about students’ work […]