Welcome to the second episode in a series produced by Professor Rose Luckin's EDUCATE Ventures Research, exploring 'Evidence-Based EdTech', and hosted on The Edtech Podcast
This mini-series connects, combines, and highlights leading expertise and opinion from the worlds of EdTech, AI, Research, and Education, helping teachers, learners, and technology developers get to grips with ethical learning tools that are led by the evidence.
For this episode, we examine the state of technology in work, training, and mentorship, and ask what role evidence plays when we are dealing with environments where (usually) productivity is the thing that’s measured.
Is productivity for the sake of it good? How do we know the technology that the current and future workforce encounters, benefits them? As many roles demand a more complex skill set, and fluency in technology, is there a risk we’re leaving people behind? What do employability, recruitment, and skills look like in the age of the portfolio career?
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