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Oct 9, 2016

 

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Welcome to Bett as new media partner of The Edtech Podcast

Welcome to SowingX Capital as new sponsor

What's in this episode?

  • Word from ELTjam 0-1.15
  • Intro 1.30-4.00, including hello to SowingX Capital
  • Interview with iChamps Courtney Rowan and Clarissa Chay (4:00-20:00) on:

What is the iChamps programme?

How did they get on the programme?

What opportunities does it offer them/staff?

What are their favourite apps/tools?

Next steps after University using digital skills

Evidencing your skills

  • Word from ClearlySo 20:00-20.45
  • Interview with Stephan Caspar (20.45 - 50:00), Media Development Lead, from the Institute for Learning Innovation and Development at the University of Southampton on:

Experiences working in the Media, FE and HE sectors. What does a culture of innovation look like?

The importance of sharing the value of academic research through storytelling in a post-Brexit age

Favourite tools/apps and trends

Shout outs to other innovators in HE/FE

  • Outro, Word from Firefly Learning, and the upcoming KANO Takeover episode

 

Sample Quotes, iChamps:

‘Rather than just talking to people about the technology, it’s ten times better to show people first hand.’

‘If you put in a bit of effort it can really pay off - especially for the students.’

‘There’s been other students at conferences that we’ve been to. There was a student panel at the JISC conference. Although they do similar things, it’s still quite different.’

‘We are treated equally with the staff that we work with. We get a lot of respect from them and they encourage our ideas.’

‘Our digital skills that we’ve learnt have already been so applicable even before we’ve gone on to an actual job.’

‘Our Pathbrite portfolios give a direct representation of all the work that we’ve done.’

Sample Quotes, Stephan Caspar:

If you have an idea and you want to create some resource around that then I’ve got a team who will help you.

The BBC and HE have been very similar. Change happens very slowly. In FE it’s much more agile.

FE is always being squeezed; there is a resourcefulness that people have when that starts to happen.

In many ways I’ve found the most innovative teachers have been the ones in FE.

The people that I’ve met who are real go-getters in HE have come from an FE background.

You learn to travel at speed and then when you arrive in HE…it’s a little bit slower.

Many people phone me up and say Stephan I want a video. We have a conversation about pedagogy and I send them away with a group flipchart activity.

It’s very important to give teaching and learning the same status that research has.

I really want people to not just consume content, but create content as well.

I want students to be reflective practitioners

In the end what I’m trying to do is get away from twelve lectures and an exam

References:

#learningdesign

#learningtechnology

#altc #LTHEchat

A welcome to ELTjam, ClearlySo, Firefly Learning and SowingX Capital

 

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