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The Edtech Podcast gets behind the personalities in global education innovation & edtech. Join 4000+ listeners each week, from 145 countries, to hear from educators across early years, schools, higher, further & vocational education, corporate training, plus investors, startups, big tech, Government and students. Also, regular insights from interviews, events, and LIVE podcasts. Series inc. Future Tech for Education, The Voctech Podcast & Edu4.0
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Feb 3, 2022
What's in this episode?

In this episode, I chat with Emily Devonald, Co-Founder, KEVRI, an early-stage startup focused on making knowledge exchange easier to capture for Universities. We chat about:

  • Who is responsible for knowledge exchange within Higher Education
  • Which countries are doing knowledge exchange "well" and what this means for innovation
  • The effect of the pandemic and Brexit on knowledge exchange in the U.K vs. ROW. 

You can follow Kevri @kevridotco

Check out the full episode show notes and references here: https://theedtechpodcast.com/edtechpodcast.

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Record a quick free voicemail via speakpipe for inclusion in the next episode. Or you can post your thoughts or follow-on links via Twitter @podcastedtech or via The Edtech Podcast Facebook page or Instagram. We'd love to hear your thoughts.

Jan 17, 2022

What's in this episode?

Welcome back listeners...here's to 2022!

In this episode, it's James Plunkett, Author of End State: 9 Ways Society is Broken and How We Will Fix It. James is also Executive Director, Design, Data and Technology at Citizens Advice and has held various roles across the Resolution Foundation, Young Foundation and the Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation. We chat about: 

  • The challenges of upskilling in an atomised gig economy
  • Bold approaches to adult education 
  • Why sustaining change management puts you in a long line of social reformers. Keep going! 

This episode is part of our VocTech Podcast series produced in collaboration with Ufi VocTech Trust. 

You can follow James @jamestplunkett

Check out the full episode show notes and references here: https://theedtechpodcast.com/edtechpodcast.

Tell us your story

Record a quick free voicemail via speakpipe for inclusion in the next episode. Or you can post your thoughts or follow-on links via Twitter @podcastedtech or via The Edtech Podcast Facebook page or Instagram. We'd love to hear your thoughts.

Dec 10, 2021

What's in this episode?

This episode, recorded for the Reimagine Education Conference 2021 with Lumina Foundation and Bloom Institute of Technology (formerly known as Lambda School), is about pioneering new education models.

In this episode, we chat about 

  • The value of credentials and why they matter
  • Whether regulation is fit for new business models to evolve 
  • Whether there is a risk of the 'haves and have nots" aligning with campus / virtual ed
  • How to ensure equal scrutiny of all education models to ensure value for the learner 

People:

Check out the full episode show notes and references here: https://theedtechpodcast.com/edtechpodcast.

Tell us your story

Record a quick free voicemail via speakpipe for inclusion in the next episode. Or you can post your thoughts or follow-on links via Twitter @podcastedtech or via The Edtech Podcast Facebook page or Instagram. We'd love to hear your thoughts.

Nov 26, 2021

What's in this episode?

Hello and welcome to the next series of The VocTech Podcast where we take a look at vocational learning technologies and improving opportunity in the workplace. This series is supported by Ufi VocTech Trust.

This episode was recorded LIVE at the Week Of Voctech and in it, you'll hear about;

  • how to remove barriers in education
  • how to boost learner confidence, and
  • how to build a use case for tech in learning within a corporate or workplace environment

Happy listening! 

Join in the conversation using #VocTechPodcast and #VocTech.

People

Show Notes and References  

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

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We'd love to hear your thoughts. Record a quick free voicemail via speakpipe for inclusion in the next episode. Or you can post your thoughts or follow-on links via. twitter @podcastedtech or via The Edtech Podcast Facebook page or Instagram.

Nov 19, 2021

Hello listeners! 

In this episode, I am in conversation with Simon Freeman, the MD for IRIS Education who provide agile School Management Software for 12000 schools in the UK and Internationally.

Simon has an amazing array of public sector technology experience and in this episode we talk about;

  • How School Leaders can manage the scale of the task ahead when it comes to the role of technology, learning and digitally-competent leadership within the school environment to create precious time for school plans.
  • How to choose agile partners, who can act as a change management partner during this process. What to look out for and what to avoid.
  • How to tap into the data within your school and get your MIS out from under desks. Is that you? The big message here is RELEASE THE DATA! and get onboard with agile processes.

Plus, free tickets for listeners to Reimagine Education, and other awards news and updates! 

Check out the full episode show notes and references here: https://theedtechpodcast.com/edtechpodcast.

Tell us your story

Record a quick free voicemail via speakpipe for inclusion in the next episode. Or you can post your thoughts or follow-on links via Twitter @podcastedtech or via The Edtech Podcast Facebook page or Instagram. We'd love to hear your thoughts. 

Oct 15, 2021

In this episode, the power of wild, creative thinking with Jaime and Martin from Cosmic Kids Yoga (over 1m subscribers). We chat about; 

  • How to channel your energy as an educator when teaching remotely
  • How to evaluate and prioritise new tech tools
  • Bootstrapping successfully and staying lean and true to your values
  • Listening to your customers for new product development
  • Launching specific SEL curriculum content for schools with schools 

Plus, women in technology, engineering and creativity in the South-West of the U.K and a new University model, powered by creativity - the Falmouth Vice-Chancellor shares their 2030 vision moving to an accelerator, problem-solving model. 

Sep 28, 2021

In this episode, we look at what happened to edtech in China, covering regulations introduced earlier this year that are changing the way that online tutoring is conducted across China, and looking at what that means for the sector, learners and educators more generally. Plus, new jobs, funding, and startup support.  

Guests: 

Show Notes and References
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Sep 20, 2021

Hello listeners!

Hello everyone and welcome back to The Edtech Podcast. Our mission is to improve the dialogue between ed and tech for better innovation and impact and it’s great to be back.

What's in this episode?

In this episode, I'm joined by guests to talk about all things audio and learning. We look back at the varied history of audio and learning, plus new applications of audio for learning. We talk about the growth of spoken word, its ability to "represent and overcome" barriers to access, and both high and low tech innovations from Whatsapp to Voice-Activated technology. Plus, public and private playlists, searchability and the role of Big Tech, and the role of audio to share best practice and familiarity between learners within varied learning environments. Also in this episode, new cool things for schools, students and startups to get involved in and a book review from Michael Shaw who has been reading "Teaching Machines". Thanks for listening!  

Don’t forget to drop your comments @podcastedtech on Twitter or during our clubhouse session.

Guests: 

 

Sep 1, 2021

Hello again listeners!

Hello everyone and welcome back to The Edtech Podcast. Our mission is to improve the dialogue between ed and tech for better innovation and impact and it’s great to be back.

What's in this episode?

This week we’ve got Thomas Moule, author of Cracking Social Mobility: how AI and other innovations can help to level the playing field, in conversation with TeacherTapp Co-Founder, Laura McInerney. In this episode, he talks about how technology can help to make education more equitable. For example, Intelligent Tutoring Systems enabling all students to enjoy the benefits of private tuition and AI along with other innovations making teachers more productive and effective, hence improving educational standards equitably across the board.

I loved editing this episode and listening to the various pushbacks and qualifications on both sides as the guests navigate contextual admissions, careers advice, and evading technological determinism. I hope you enjoy too. Don’t forget to drop your comments @podcastedtech on twitter or during our clubhouse session.

Guests: 

Thomas Moule, author of Cracking Social Mobility: how AI and other innovations can help to level the playing field. Thomas works at Jisc as Product Lead at the National Centre for AI in Tertiary Education and previously led operations at The Institute for Ethical AI in Education, and worked for a leading EdTech company. He started his career as a science teacher, completing the Teach First Programme in Yorkshire. You can find Thomas at @tommoule8 on twitter. Of the biggest myth or foe in education or technology that he would like to see corrected, Thomas writes of the idea that “social mobility is a divisive agenda, which merely aims to airlift the talented few out of poverty whilst neglecting the needs of the many. This characterisation is not only inaccurate, it is dangerous. Talent and potential are distributed equally and abundantly throughout society. The problem is that opportunity is not. Proponents of social mobility simply want this to be put right.”

Laura McInerney, Co-founder of Teacher Tapp, an app that surveys 8000 teachers every day. "No one was more shocked by my GCSE results than my mum, who seemed to think that teachers telling her I was very clever was just them being polite! Going to a bog-standard comprehensive school (that's now closed) and then to an adult education centre (a weird FE hybrid thing) and then to Oxford does make me think that schools can come in many forms and it call all be okay!"

Jul 21, 2021

Still on Summer Break (!), but another in-person recording to celebrate f2f! 

This time, I'm in conversation with Lindsey Hall Chief Executive Real Ideas Organisation at the VIP opening of the Devonport Markethall in Plymouth.

Lindsey is a NESTA Cultural Leadership fellow, an INSEAD graduate, a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Trustee of Kernow Education Arts Partnership and Plymouth Culture, member of Plymouth Growth Board and one of the WISE100 social enterprise leaders. During the COVID pandemic, she has advised the Government on the role of social enterprises both socially and economically during a time of extreme isolation.

In this episode we chat about how listeners can get involved with the MarketHall 15metre immersive dome - both in terms of content creation, engaging students, and developing workplace practice. This is a really interesting collaboration project, surfacing University expertise, and connecting schools, workplaces, technologists and artists together.

Developed by Real Ideas Organisation, in partnership with Plymouth City Council and the Institute of Digital Art and Technology at University of Plymouth, the Market Hall is a £7.6m project which will create a new space for digital, especially those working in immersive and creative applications of technology.

Plus, stick around to the outro, to find out about our new self-paced course for launching a podcast - out at the end of Summer 2021. 

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