Atomi Brainwaves is a podcast about education for educators, where we look at key issues in the world of pedagogy and speak with a variety of teaching experts and influencers. This podcast is brought to you by Atomi, an online teaching and learning platform that provides syllabus specific video lessons, quizzes, practice materials and advanced analytics for schools across the globe.
Monica Burns on Class Tech Tips
Monica Burns, edtech consultant and author, joins us to discuss her work with educators on how best to utilize technology in the classroom, what to look out for as well as what to avoid in classroom resources, and the role technological resources can play in the years to come as we adapt to a return to schools.
Steven Kolber on Teaching with Technology in 2021
Steven Kolber, Melbourne-based educator and online education personality, discusses his journey in regards to teaching with technology, the opportunities and challenges that come with being a prominent figure in an online teaching community, and what teaching with technology will look like beyond 2021.
Anne Crossman on Homeschooling
Anne Crossman, creator of the website homeschoolexpert.com., joins us to break down homeschooling in detail, dive into her experiences of homeschooling both as a student and teacher, discuss the different advantages and disadvantages homeschooling offers in contrast to traditional schooling, and explore how the world of homeschooling has changed and grown as a result of COVID-19.
Ben Cooper on WAGOLL Teaching
Ben Cooper, creator of WAGOLL Teaching, joins us to discuss "what a good one looks like"–the inspiration behind the site’s name–and how Wagoll Teaching offers teachers multimedia resources to improve their teaching and discover classroom best practices online
Karl C. Pupé on Teaching Generation Z
Karl C. Pupé, creator of the Action Hero Teacher blog and author of the ebook Teaching Generation Z returns to the podcast to discuss what it means to be a student in Generation Z, the challenges and opportunities presented to a teacher when faced with a classroom of Gen Z students, and the different strategies and approach teachers in this scenario can take.
Ted Dintersmith on What School Could Be
Ted Dintersmith, bestselling education author, executive film producer, and former UN representative for the US joins us to discuss his high profile history in education and how it led to his “What School Could Be” community-powered professional development platform for educators and the positive changes the initiative is bringing about in schools today.