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Oct 3, 2018

This episode was recorded at The Edtech Podcast Festival. 

What's in this episode?

 

We are back podcast fans! A bit of a gap in the schedule due to festival distractions, travelling and being asleep. Now, a whole raft of new content for your ears - YAY! 

This episode couldn't be more timely, whilst CERN throw out an associate for being silly about women in Physics, and whilst a woman in Physics wins the Physics Nobel Prize, Dr Jess Wade takes to the stage to tell us all about the history of polymaths and why we should all be more polymathematical. So throw off the STEM/ARTS armoury and embrace one another! 

Also - find out who won our pitch competition and an edtech podcast mug from Vista Print. :) 

People

  • Sophie Bailey is the Founder and Presenter of The Edtech Podcast | Twitter: @podcastedtech
  • Neelam Parmar, Director of E-Learning, Ashford School| Twitter: @neelamaparmar1
  • Winner of the Pitch competition - listen in to find out who
  • Runner up of the Pitch competition - listen in to find out who
  • Laura McInerney, Educational Journalist and Co-Founder, TeacherTapp | Twitter: @Miss_Mcinerney
  • Dr Jess Wade, Physics Post-Doc at Imperial College London, @jesswade

Show Notes and References  

Checkout https://theedtechpodcast.com/edtechpodcast for the full show notes.

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