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- Early Years
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- Jisc Education 4.0 Series
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This week we look at creating a digital literacy global standard, supporting long-term involvement of women and girls in STEM and new early stage edtech.
This week we throwback to my visit to Dubai in March. I was visiting the Global Education and Skills Forum, which hosts the global teacher prize and the next billion prize. The next billion edtech prize was launched by the The Varkey Foundation to recognise the most innovative technology destined to have a radical impact on education in low income and emerging world countries. In this episode you’ll hear a variety of voices from Tanzania, USA, Egypt, India, and the UK (via Belgium).
Welcome to episode three of the Education 4.0 series co-curated with Jisc. This week’s episode of our series looks at where, when and how will learning happen when many of us spend lots of time online.
Hi everyone and welcome to The Edtech Podcast. Our mission is to improve the dialogue between “ed” and “tech” and this week’s no different as we delve into some listener feedback on the edtech strategy published last week by the department for education in the UK.
Hello listeners! This week’s episode is a treasure trove digging into digital skills development. You’ll hear from Kerensa Jennings on the art of audio production and digital skill access for all, Iris Lapinski on new learning tools early adopter teachers who want to pick up new skills in machine learning and AI, and Patrick Cutliffe who is working with Facebook to upskill a huge cohort of 18-30 year old learners to earners. Enjoy, and send us your feedback and comments!
Hello! This week you’ll hear from a panel of teachers from around the world and in wildly different settings on what they want from edtech. This episode was recorded LIVE at the Global Education and Skills World Forum. Enjoy, and send us your feedback and comments!
Episode two of the Education 4.0 series. This episode was largely recorded at the recent Digifest event run by Jisc. I’m in conversation with a variety of edtech entrepreneurs, further and higher education specialists in information technology, big data ethics and skills development about what Education 4.0 means and what the implications might be for how we “do” education. I hope you enjoy and don’t forget to message in or post using #edu4_0!
This week i’m in conversation with Ed Fidoe of the London Interdisciplinary School on launching a new style of degree University set up to tackle “humanity’s most complex problems”. We also throw back to an old recording from Innovate Edtech with a Governor and edtech entrepreneur, a teacher and a dyslexic learning technology advisor in conversation about what makes great learner experience design. Big shout out to Cool Initiatives for sponsoring this episode. This week’s episode was edited on the drive up to Digifest, and I’m just uploading this web post on the way back from Digifest. Luckily, I’m not driving…
This week we’ve got an interplanetary episode with Francois Taddei of the Center for Research & Interdisciplinarity in Paris. Francois talks about collective intelligence, and going back to the ideals of the University in the freedom to learn and to connect with our mentors.
Laura Mcinerney and Becky Allen join us for a chat on eduational research, start up journeys, favourite podcasts, and how to ask questions.