Edtech Innovators Apr 11, 2023
Coaching with A.I
psychology - the science of optimal human functioning - in an array of settings. She currently works with Rocky - Your AI Self-improvement Coach.
Humans vs machines? Human-centered design with systems thinking - an interview with Sheryl Cababa
Sheryl Cababa is the author of Closing the Loop: Systems Thinking for Designers. Listeners can go to https://rosenfeldmedia.com/books/systems-thinking-for-designers/ for a 15% discount using this code: cababa-eti . the VP of Strategy at Substantial, a digital design and build consultancy based in Seattle. She is a multi-disciplinary designer with more than two decades of experience and has worked with companies and organizations such as Microsoft, the Gates Foundation, and IKEA. She specializes in developing tools and methods for designers to expand their mindsets beyond user-centred design, anticipate unintended consequences, and engage in systems thinking. She is also an educator, teaching at the University of Washington’s Department of Human-Centred Design and Engineering, and facilitating workshops around the world.
AI and wellbeing + blockchain and keeping your data safe
Jim Keane is a Senior Analytics Consultant - Wellbeing at JISC. Jim specializes in wellbeing analytics and cuts through some of the bold claims and misinformation about AI.
Worried about the safety of your data and identity? Want to know how blockchain can prevent certificate fraud in education and training?
Nick Lambert is the CEO of Dock - a platform that enables users to create tamper-proof documents and issue verifiable credentials.
Does technology help young people? AI and data management vs the needs of youth
This week, we speak to: - Lauren Sanchez Gilbert, the CEO of BellXcel - BellXcel is the engine for youth programming. Youth program providers can access time saving digital tools so they can spend less time dealing with program logistics and paperwork, and more time focused on what truly matters most – elevating the potential of youth. - David Foster from ADSP.AI about his work integrating AI into management information systems (MIS).
- Craig Kemp about Chat GPT.
Can artificial intelligence improve the way you think?
Online Therapy - how teletherapy helps children
An interview with Kate Eberle Walker. Kate Eberle Walker is an education industry leader with 20+ years of experience in leading, managing, advising, acquiring and investing in education companies. Her book is The Good Boss: 9 Ways Every Manager Can Support Women at Work published by BenBella Books.
My latest book, by the way, is: Goal-Setting and Problem-Solving in the Tech-Enhanced Classroom: A Teaching and Learning Reboot
How can tech help students find the right college?
Dave Hurwitt is an innovator. Over the course of his career, he’s led the development and launch of new products and services – from toothpicks to wind turbines – that have generated well over $1 billion in sales.
Chat GPT is taking over!
Or is it? In this latest #ChatGPT special, we are joined by the following #edtech innovators: Ceceilia Parnther, Assistant Professor of Higher Education Leadership. Research based in Student Success and Retention, Academic Integrity, Mentorship, and Community College Leadership St John's University. Phil Birchenall, Life, Founder - Diagonal Thinking, Podcaster - Talking Cod, Prompt Engineer - AI Daren White, MAT edtech lead, educator and author. Christopher Dancy, M.Ed., SHRM-CP (He/Him) 1st degree connection1st| Dynamic Educator | DEIB Practitioner | Strategist | Thought Leader
My books: 50 Ways to Use Technology Enhanced Learning in the Classroom: Practical strategies for teaching Goal-Setting and Problem-Solving in the Tech-Enhanced Classroom: A Teaching and Learning Reboot
Chat GPT will not destroy assessment -will it?
Is ChatGPT the Google killer?
Chat GPT and Education
@Edufuturists), Dustin Miller (@polyinnovator), Graham Coath (Podcaster, broadcaster, marketeer @CoathGraham), Paul Rose (Former HT. Founder of
@YouTeachMe), Tim Burnett (Edtech Product Marketing Consultant @TimBurnett_UK) and Pete Quinn, (Inclusion Consultant peteqconsult).
How has technology in teaching changed from the 90s to now?
Schools and technology at ground level - what it's really like
VR, the metaverse and education
avantiseducation.com We are the eduverse.com
Learning with video since covid-19
Identity and technology. Technology and me - the importance of telling stories
Can tech solve the student debt crisis? Blockchain, crypto, DEFI in education.
Can Your Child Learn 1 Year of Mathematics in 3 Months?
How tech can make English accessible for all: Tom Reynolds - Eden Fifty One
Find out how and why Tom Reynolds @TheEdenMethod went from a disengaged student with #Dyslexia to building one of the most original #edtech English T&L platform, Eden Fifty One.
How to give children leadership skills and promote wellbeing - with Dr Tim Jordan
Online parenting course: Parenting girls: The challenges girls face today with their feelings and friends and what they need
When Pete met Louis Theroux at DTX and Paul Rose
What is AI, really? Artificial intelligence in education.
What is true innovation in education? Meet Sean Sheppard, the Founder of GrowthX
An interview with Sean Sheppard. Sean is the Founder of GrowthX & GrowthX Academy. He is a globally recognized thought leader in sales, marketing, innovation and education with over 20 years of experience bringing new products to market, including as a five-times sales founder. In addition to helping dozens of startups find product-market fit and predictable revenue models, Sean helps global multinationals to identify new applications for their existing technology portfolio, bring new products to market with profitable business models, and organize and train self-managing early product-stage sales and marketing teams (including for Bridgestone, Canon, Faurecia, Clariant, and others. Oh and he's a great guy too.
Teaching in the Middle East - Qatar
How to thrive as an Early Career Teacher
Can you think yourself into a job? Lisa Avery - Positive Psychologist
Where hip hop meets education and technology - @MannyFaces
How can I improve my memory?
Siddiqui founded Sketchy in 2013 with three other med students created sketched stories to study for their board exams, and began sharing with others. Under Siddiqui's vision and leadership, Sketchy has raised a $30 million investment from TCG, with plans to expand their content offering and develop an in-house studio for live content creation.
Siddiqui is a first generation immigrant from Pakistan. Before founding Sketchy, he had been driven by his fascination with entrepreneurship and online education, tinkering with web design and development, video and content creation, and marketing.
Siddiqui has an undergraduate degree from USC, a doctorate from UCI Medical School, and completed his residency at George Washington University in emergency medicine. In 2019, he was listed in Forbes 30 Under 30 for Education.
Video in the digital age: Claude and Jessica from Maestrovision
The future of virtual reality (V.R) and social media
In 2016 he quit his job as an art director to pursue XR social media. Eugene's first project was producing the film "Journey VR". This film became an official selection at SIFF, a staff pick by Adobe and VEER, then would become the number one 360 video download on Steam for 30 days at the time of its release.
A year later he would produce and host GLITCHED, the first in VR talk show to be ordered as if it were a TV show. The show revolved around interviewing large name tech and social media influencers like Barnacules Nerdgasm, iJustine, Jake Roper of Vsauce3 and Gearlive. The show ran for a total of 3 seasons.
Since then he has been an avid YouTube creator making 360 animated shorts which have gained millions of views on YouTube as well as making appearances to educate the masses on the evolution of the social media experience.
Visit his website: hightechinfluencer.com/ @CaponDesign
Wellbeing and Resilience in teaching - an interview with David Gumbrell
How can we make people more employable? Shawn Lestage and Thomas Doherty from Riipen.
Edtech, research and entrepreneurship
Virtual events! Edtech Thought Leaders conference
How can we be more human? Lisa Avery and positive psychology
Because we're better than technology, right? How can people develop a relationship with technology that isn't at the expense of their humanity and personal growth? What is personal growth anyway?
Positive Psychologist - Lisa Avery - works in the following areas:
Education, Corporate, Healthcare & Sport. Boosting Engagement, Performance & Wellbeing.
After this, go ask yourself a few questions!
Education, tech and sustainability
You'll love how she talks about the Left Side of Fashion and issues surrounding personal branding, sustainability in fashion and edutainment!
In fact, here's a new word - 'sustainment'...
Women in tech, robotics, VR, AR and wearable tech - an interview with the amazing Anina Net!
Anina, also known by the pseudonym Anina.net, is an American-born German international fashion model, conference speaker, blogger, fashion technology innovator, wearables developer, and event producer. She is listed as #7 in Top 100 Women in Wearable and Consumer Tech. Anina is CEO and founder of 360Fashion Network, a network of fashion professionals bringing the latest technologies to the fashion industry.Anina evolved from a model to a fashion industry pioneer when she developed Intel Curie-powered shape-shifting robot dresses showcased on ABC7News
Why you should have a podcast
- growing your business
- opening up new revenue streams
- helping you believe in yourself
- building meaningful new relationships
- clarifying your offer
- communicating with clarity and passion
How the music and publishing industry can use technology
What happened when Michel Zgarka made the following music industry products:
Patented technologies linking artists, bands and brands with their audience; Original productions development, production, and distribution.
From scripted prime-time dramas to feature films to formats and/or non-scripted properties. Reach local audiences through subscription video on demand (SVOD) broadcast solutions. Partnerships with educational institutions to implement, design and develop solutions for the education, media, and entertainment sectors.
The rise of the polymaths! Why we need to be multiskilled to thrive in the new normal
What skills do we need in the 2020s?
How to give the best online feedback, with David Carless
When technology knows what you are thinking..🧐
Why is mindfulness so important for everyone?🧘♀️🧘♂️
Teachers - how to look after ourselves and each other in a crisis
How to teach online, make virtual events and meet like-minded teachers.
What can the UK learn from Australia? Aussie special - Grok Learning and Bibliu.
Why did Australia start to recover from coronavirus quicker than most countries? What is the edtech scene in Australia? This week we focus on Grok Learning - a coding platform and Bibliu - an online library. We have an interview with James Curran from Grok and David Sherwood from Bibliu. We also have Hannah Jensen from Opogo talk about the Aussie edtech experience vs the UK and Opogo's social platform. Jan Chalmer views Triptico through an Aussie lens.
How to reduce teacher workload and find great teaching resources online.
Should we all have a side hustle?
Teaching business growth strategy for creatives. This week, we answer the following questions: Should we all have a side hustle? Does passive income really exist and, if so, what is it? What should we be suspicious of when we see people who claim that they can help us make money online? An interview with Joelle Byrne - the owner of Joellebyrne.com