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Dec 18, 2016

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Content:

This week we’ve got the second of a two part series on edtech trends at Websummit 2016. In this episode we hear from the founder of KUBO ROBOT, the winning start up of the entire Web Summit pitch competition on their startup which teaches coding without any screens, plus Nepalese start up Career Disha Nepal on career counselling for the young demographic of Nepal, the Keen Collective from Amsterdam on creating an ‘airbnb for learning’ - heads up some fantastic explosive of expletives during that interview - Volo from London on high quality volunteering to patch the skills gap, Amolingua on fast paced language learning from Russia via Edinburgh, and Lime Rocket of Australia on interactive gaming for Universities admissions departments.

  • Intro (0 - 5:30):
    Hello from Detective Dot (www.detectivedot.org  Code: PODCASTSROCK)
  • www.rocket.fund
  • Computing Celebration Event
  • Tommy Otzen, Co-Founder, Kubo Robot (3:52)
  • Inge Patsch, Founder of Career Disha Nepal (11:16)
  • Alette Baartman, Founder of Thomas en Charles and Keen Collective (17:41)
  • Lotis Bautista, Co-Founder, Volo Group (29:35)
  • Ekaterina Matveeva, Founder, Amolingua (40:26)
  • Filipe Lopes, Brightbooks (54:02)
  • Laura Lonsdale, Lime Rocket (01:02)

Sample Quotes: 

Inge Patsch, Founder of Career Disha Nepal:

Most of the Nepalese are extremely young. 34% are under 40 years old and many of them are the first to be educated at all.

 

Alette Baartman, Founder of Thomas en Charles and Keen Collective:

Companies should talk more to teachers because there are lots of beautiful things going on in the classrooms.

 

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University Business (UB) was launched in 2005, and in the past decade has established itself as the leading B2B publication within the UK HE sector. http://universitybusiness.co.uk/ 

 

 

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EdTechXEurope is the leading thought leader summit bringing together executive level investors, innovators and industry influencers from European and international education companies. Now in its fourth year, EdTechXEurope hosted 800+ global attendees and invited over 150 speakers to showcase EdTech innovations and perspectives from around the world. http://edtechxeurope.com/ 

 

The EdTech Exchange is Europe's largest community of EdTech Founders and provides members with mentoring, support and a programme of events designed to share best practice through peer-to-peer learning. The Exchange brings together like-minded EdTech entrepreneurs, encouraging them to exchange ideas, swap war stories, and give and receive advice from their peers. It is solely for Founders of EdTech companies who have raised at least £100,000 of financing or revenue, with many members having raised significantly more.  http://edtech.exchange/ 

 

The Edtech Podcast supports the mission of WomenEd: #WomenEd is a grassroots movement which connects existing and aspiring leaders in education. Even though women dominate the workforce across all sectors of education there still remain gender inequalities, particularly at senior leadership level. The situation regarding BME leadership is even more dire considering the fact that the student population is becoming increasingly diverse. This situation is clearly unacceptable and rapid change is needed. #WomenEd will therefore campaign and use its collective power to make improvements, so that there is a more equitable balance in terms of gender and ethnicity at leadership level across all sectors of education. http://www.womened.org/ 

 
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